This October, the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team is bringing not one, but two immersive events to Oracle OpenWorld 2017. Just a short walk from the Moscone Center, the OAUX team will be hosting these events at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco from Monday, October 2 to Wednesday, October 4.
The Cloud User Experience Lab
The Cloud User Experience lab, back by popular demand, is offering customers and partners an exclusive first look at the future of the Oracle Cloud Applications, and the ability to test-drive proposed mobile and desktop designs. Participants will have the unique opportunity to work directly with Oracle user experience researchers and see how their voice can influence the roadmap of Oracle Cloud Applications, from HCM to ERP to Analytics.
Space is limited, and advance registration is required, so sign up today!
*Participation requires that your company/organization has a Customer Participation Confidentiality Agreement (CPCA) on file. If your company/organization does not have a CPCA on file, we will start this process for you.
The Oracle Applications User Experience Exchange
Ever wonder what’s next in the pipeline for Oracle’s cloud user experience, or which emerging technologies we’re researching for the next step after that? Come to the OAUX Exchange on Monday, Oct. 2 and get direct access to demos and hands-on activities that will help you re-imagine the way you experience an enterprise system. You’ll also see the UX roadmaps for Oracle’s HCM, SCM, ERP, and Sales clouds.
Touring the exchange will help you understand cloud user experiences that range from the desktop to the smartphone to large-screen displays, and you’ll also learn about extending and tailoring Oracle applications. Check out the newest innovation projects, which focus on helping users as they go through their day, and witness near-future and future cloud user experiences in action, as well as a few treats fresh from the OAUX emerging technology team, The AppsLab.
*Participation in the OAUX Exchange requires that you read and acknowledge Oracle’s safe harbor statement.