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When Product Management and Users meet

Heike Lorenz
Product Marketing Director

Did you know that 99% of best new features start out as ideas from users?

I might be stretching the truth a little but every year we hold a number of Focus Group events (six this year) around the world.  These events are designed to enable Oracle Policy Automation Product Management to get up close and personal with our users.

They are generally low key events held at an Oracle office (unless a customer would like to host - and they do!)  What the event may lack in formality it makes up for in spades with an atmosphere that sees customers, partners and product management all openly discussing the product – a perfect environment for the exchange of future functionality, success stories and networking. 

These events continue to grow in popularity each year, with year on year growth in attendees, demand to increase the number of locations and an ever increasing variety of customers and partners attending. Our events have even inspired customers to start their own regular local catch ups to share ideas, use cases and best practices. How cool is that?

Why should you come to one of our focus groups?

Because you get to hear from customers like Family Responsibility Office in Canada, which is now able to better service Canadian families. Or how Boxfusion were able to implement Affinity Water (UK’s largest water only supplier) in under 15 weeks and enabling them to completely remove the need to re-enter data driving significant savings. Or how RABObank are able to ensure compliance and customer integrity during customer on-boarding.

Because you can give feedback directly to the people who decide what goes in to the product and when.  

We feel these events are critical to continue to ensure Oracle Policy Automation delivers value to our users now and into the future.

Want to know more? Then check this out - https://cx.rightnow.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/9682 or email me

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