OpenWorld, our flagship customer event, starts in just one week. Whether your human resources organization is looking to break into cloud computing or expand upon your already existing cloud HCM posture, there is something for you here. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with HR leaders, professionals, and innovators to learn how the top of your industry are driving HCM best practices and inspiring a Work Made Human company culture.
OpenWorld 2019 also has numerous sessions and activities that you can attend. We’ve highlighted below just a few customer, product, and keynote sessions you should add to your calendar.
What’s the view from the top? Hear where Oracle HCM Cloud is headed, directly from the company’s leadership. They’ll share the latest product updates, innovation initiatives, and visions for the future. Hear it here first.
We’re always updating our products, driven by your customer feedback and any developing trends in the marketplace. Join these sessions to learn the specifics on where Oracle HCM Cloud is going next.
Hear directly from customers who are discovering the value of Oracle HCM Cloud solutions. Check out these sessions to learn more.
Celebrate All Your Hard Work
After a full day spent learning and networking, evenings offer opportunities to kick back and enjoy yourself at Oracle OpenWorld. As an attendee, you’ll receive a pass to a variety of entertainment options, including movie night, a baseball game, CloudFest 19, and much more.
Join us Monday, September 16 at 7:30 p.m. for Mission Impossible: Fallout at Oracle Park, showing on the largest video screen in California. Two nights later, join fellow attendees at the newly built, two-week old Chase Center from 7 p.m.–11 p.m. for a concert by seven-time Grammy Award winner John Mayer, and jam out to three-time Grammy-nominated hit maker Flo Rida. This will be a concert to remember.
Get Your Oracle OpenWorld Pass Today
Excited to get to San Francisco and take your organization to the next level? Get your OpenWorld pass today and save $200 until September 14th.