Oracle Retail's LinkedIn Community

Oracle Retail has grown in leaps and bounds in terms of its social media in the past year.  In addition to our Twitter feed, Facebook page and YouTube channel, we also have a fast-growing community on LinkedIn. 

LinkedIn is definitely the de facto social networking portal for businesses and employees.  It is a great way for people to stay connected with business associates and also a great way for colleagues in the same business to get to know each other professionally over long distances.  For many industries, it is fast becoming a reliable way for people from particular industries or skillsets to come together to get support and information from other experts or to find the right person in the right business to work with to achieve a goal. 

Oracle Retail has a thriving open group which acts as a forum for any discussions relating to Oracle Retail.  Here people can ask for advice about our solutions, chat to resellers, sales teams and other staff, both within Oracle and from third party businesses which use Oracle solutions.  The Oracle Retail marketing team is now on there too, so please feel free to connect with us if you have any questions. 

We're also creating groups for people who have attended or will attend specific Oracle Retail events, such as the Retail Exchange in New York or one of the Planning events arranged by Willy Rotstein. 

Below are links for the Oracle Retail groups. 

Oracle Retail group:

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Oracle Retail Exchange Forum:

LINK

 

Oracle Retail Planning Forum:

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