IT Innovation | June 3, 2014

Impacting the Future through Collaboration at Alliance 14

By: Stephanie Spada


We’re hearing good things about the Alliance 14 conference held in
Las Vegas by the Higher Education Users Group
(HEUG) back in March. For those of you
who aren’t familiar with Alliance 14 conferences, they are global events dedicated
to enhancing and educating its members and the world on how higher educational
institutions can utilize Oracle applications to change how they do business. The HEUG is an all-volunteer organization
made up of individuals who collaborate with Oracle as part of the evolving
higher education industry. Conference
participants network with peers from other institutions (regionally and globally)
to share the challenges; discuss solutions and ideas, and collaborate on HEUG
strategic initiatives. The
HEUG enables each institution to be a part of the ever-changing Oracle landscape.

Watch the video below and hear directly from the attendees about their experience with Oracle and how being part of the HEUG has allowed them to  collaborate with one of their most importance resources... and with each other.

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Catch you next time,