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Oracle OpenWorld is on the Horizon

Matthew Haavisto
Product Management Director

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 is only a few months away, and we're
excited about our slate of sessions and other activities scheduled this
year.  PeopleSoft sessions are perennially among the best attended and
well-received sessions, and we plan to keep that trend going. We have a full complement of sessions planned, from updates for some of your yearly favorites to lots of completely new topics.  Some
of the long-standing favorites include the PeopleSoft Technology Roadmap,
PeopleTools Tips and Techniques and a number of candid panel discussions.

Coverage of the latest trends include new sessions on
PeopleSoft on mobile platforms, PeopleSoft's new user experience and
interaction model, advances in reporting and analytics and employing
virtualization to reduce costs.  The PeopleTools team is also working
closely with Applications groups this year to demonstrate to users how advances in
PeopleTools will have a direct and beneficial impact on the latest applications
releases.  There are plenty of sessions for developers and administrators
as well, from sessions on enhancing, integrating, maintaining, and securing
your applications, to tuning for performance.  We'll also update you on
the latest platform roadmap.

In addition to these conventional sessions, we will of
course be manning the demo pods, where you'll be able to see the latest
functionality first hand. We plan to engage in lots of direct customer
interaction.  One of the highlights each year for our team as well as
attendees is the session in which a panel of senior PeopleTools leaders talks
candidly and engages in open Q&A with customers about our products. 
This is definitely a discussion worth joining in on.

Keep your eyes on this blog in the coming weeks for details on many of the sessions we have planned.  We look forward to seeing you at OpenWorld 2012!

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