By Meghan Fritz-Oracle on Sep 18, 2014
Social media is exciting, energizing and effective. Earning the respect and recommendation of your customers, fans and friends puts you and your clients on a path to building a thriving, profitable business. And the good news is, this can all be done with Oracle’s Social Relationship Management (SRM) solutions.
If you're looking to break into this highly-competitive field and distinguish yourself from the competition, start today by earning an Oracle SRM Implementation Specialist Certification. Simply complete the recommended online training courses through eight self-paced modules, which are designed to help you pass the exam.
Study guide check list:
- Exam study guide
- Online self-paced training
- Social Cloud Implementation Boot Camp: In-class 3-day training (check for upcoming dates)
- Live virtual training (coming soon)
The Oracle SRM Implementation Essentials Exam is designed for individuals who want to build a strong foundation and expertise in implementing and on-boarding Oracle Social Relationship Management solutions. Passing the exam will earn you the OPN Certified Specialist designation and contribute towards qualifying your company in the OPN Specialized Program.
Steps to register:
- Go to Pearson VUE;
- Access your account;
- Log-in/validate your company ID + register for the Oracle Social Relationship Management 2014 Implementation Essentials exam
- You will have two hours to answer 63 exam questions, and a score of at least 74% is needed to pass.
In addition, if you’re looking for a more hands-on learning experience, join one of our Social Cloud Implementation Boot Camps.
At our boot camps you’ll join us at our offices for a three day intensive
training. These boot camps are the only complete training for Oracle
Social Marketing Cloud and Social Engagement and Monitoring Cloud
that will provide you with the tools and knowledge required to on-board,
train, implement and manage the Social Cloud solutions for your
Ready, set, go!
Your Oracle Social Exam enthusiasts