By Dain C. Hansen on May 07, 2011
Customers today are looking for applications ‘their way’ - applications that make their business users more productive, lower costs, and improve business agility.
Oracle’s next-generation Fusion Applications help customers achieve all three of these goals, in large part through a core design principle of “application extensibility” that enables customers to extend their user interfaces, business processes, and business intelligence reports to gain a complete role-centric user experience.
This extensibility is achieved using “composers” that Oracle has designed based on key Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies.
We’ve just introduced a new webcast on this very topic hosted by Oracle’s SVP of Applications Development, Steve Miranda. It will star some of Oracle’s key executives in middleware technologies: Ted Farrell, Chief Architect and SVP for Oracle Tools and Middleware. Paul Rodwick, VP of Oracle Business Intelligence Product Management. In the webcast Ted discusses how these ‘composers’ work in Fusion Applications for developing:
Contextual, personalized user interfaces
Agile, decision-centric business processes
Self-service reporting and analysis
Check it out by registering today and learn how you can also have applications your way.