Monday Jan 06, 2014

Need to Maintain Assets Better? Join Us at the 2014 Oracle Value Chain Summit

The 2014 Oracle Value Chain Summit will be held Monday through Wednesday, February 3 – 5, 2014, in San Jose, California. This event provides a venue to learn about all things value chain, including asset maintenance, inventory management, and procurement. In particular, facility and equipment maintenance users will have the chance to network and share ideas about administering asset maintenance and effectively utilizing the PeopleSoft Maintenance Management and Supplier Relationship Management applications. We have a strong lineup of experienced PeopleSoft customers slated to share their knowledge in a series of interactive sessions so that you can gain insight into how to best implement, use, and manage the aplications. This is the only event in which your facility and asset maintenance teams can talk nothing but maintenance for 3 days. If you would like more information about the event, please visit the event site at http://www.oracle.com/goto/ovcs.  Customers, prospective customers, Oracle partners, and Oracle employees can attend.

Two other important points are that on Thursday, February 6th, the next day after the Summit, we will host an in-person meeting of the PeopleSoft Maintenance Management Focus Group in the morning and a complimentary, half-day training on the use of the PeopleSoft Maintenance Management application in the afternoon. The Focus Group will review product roadmap ideas and validate designs, and the in-person training will serve as a good refresher on product functionality as well as a way to learn about features that you don't currently use. These events are for existing PeopleSoft Maintenance Management customers only and are by invitation. If you are an existing customer of PeopleSoft Maintenance Management and would like more information about the focus group and training, please contact either Loida Chez, Mike Madden, or Mark Rosenberg.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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