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By Carolyn Cozart on Mar 01, 2012
Higher Education User Group Alliance Conference – Nashville, TN
This year the Alliance Conference will be held in Nashville, TN, from March 18th to 21st. The Higher Education User Group Conference is without any doubt one of the most important conferences Higher Ed PeopleSoft Customers try to attend. Oracle plans to deliver multiple sessions that will cover the different PeopleSoft product lines. PeopleSoft HCM, for example, will have a general roadmap session and ten additional sessions that were designed to address special areas of interest of our PeopleSoft HCM Customers. Please visit the HEUG Website to view a complete list of PeopleSoft sessions and the HEUG Website should prove the link to the URL.
The Alliance Conference is a great forum where Customers can share experiences and best practices, and it is a great opportunity for Institutions to interact with Oracle/PeopleSoft Strategy. The PeopleSoft Strategy team looks forward to an excellent Alliance Conference and we hope to see most of our Higher Ed Customers there!
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