By "Jim Lein, Oracle Midsize-Oracle" on Apr 21, 2015
We launched Modern Best Practice at Oracle OpenWorld last September. The response has been overwhelming. The pages are getting more traffic than I-25 through Denver at rush hour.
Shaped by the latest technology—cloud, social, mobile, analytics, Big Data, IoT—Modern Best Practice articulates how you execute to achieve consistently superior results.
Deadline for Submitting Proposals for Oracle OpenWorld ’15 Sessions is Wednesday April 29!
This year at Oracle OpenWorld ’15 we look forward to seeing sessions that illustrate Modern Best Practice. Adopting Modern Best Practice allows our customers to do business in ways that their old systems could not support; do business in ways they might not even imagined to be possible.
Here are a few examples:
Solairus Aviation—Seamless Finance, Projects, & HR Cloud enables competitive advantage, “ When our CEO goes into new business pitches he’s going to be able to demonstrate this transparency that Oracle ERP Cloud is able to give us and it’s going to set us apart from the marketplace.”—Mark Dennen, CFO
Dell—“Within the first four months of launching this tool, we had over 7900 job shares through the Oracle social sourcing tool so what could have taken several months to do we can now do in a matter of days.”—Diane Paquet, Director of HR Technology
Lifesize, USA—“The Oracle Marketing Cloud is at the forefront of driving our customer growth. We’e generated over $100 of pipeline generated just from the marketing programs we ran.” Megan Lueders, VP of Marketing
Feel free to contact me if you have ideas you’d like to discuss (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Go to Oracle Call for Proposals to learn how to submit your proposal.
Oracle for Midsize Businesses
Modern Best Practice exploits new capabilities made possible by cloud, mobile, social, analytics, big data, and IoT, making it possible for your organization to achieve more, faster and with fewer resources. It is flexible, supports growth and innovation, and enables new ways to achieve consistently superior performance.
The views expressed here are my own, and not necessarily those of Oracle.