Partner Webcast – Oracle Webcenter: Center of Engagement – Case Study: Information Strategy implementing Webcenter in Educational Institutions
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Apr 28, 2014
It helps people work together more efficiently through contextual collaboration tools that optimize connections between people, information, and applications.
Oracle offers an enterprise-class platform that overcomes point system limitations by facilitating broad scale, flexible deployments and helps ensure users have access to the right information in the context of the process in which they are engaged. Oracle WebCenter is the ideal platform for partners to deliver world class user engagement solutions, while it can also help your organization deliver contextual and targeted Web experiences to users and enable access to information and applications through intuitive portals, composite applications, and mash-ups.
When it comes to Higher Education solutions, Oracle Webcenter can offer an effective way to serve all their constituents. This is done by ensuring that their business processes are enhanced, enriched and streamlined using the underlying foundations provided through effective content and knowledge management.
This case study highlights how an Information Strategy approach was developed in order define and architect an effective solution between the business and their clients and how Oracle Webcenter was used in order to effectively roll out their requirements allowing them to contribute, collaborate contribute and access information effectively.
Join us for a briefing of Oracle Webcenter, an effective and complete enterprise center of engagement, and find out how Oracle Partner iFactory Consulting uses it to power exceptional experiences within a higher education environment.
- Oracle Webcenter Overview
- Case study on effectively rolling out Webcenter in a Tertiary institution.
- iFACTORY Consulting Solution Demo
- Summary – Q&A
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.
Date: Thursday, May 15th, 10am CEST (9am GMT/11am
Duration: 1 hour