What Would YOU Like to Know about Oracle Applications Usability?

Anna Wichansky, Senior Director, Applications User Experience and Chair, Oracle Usability Advisory Board

Anna Wichansky

As blog editor for the usableapps.oracle.com Web site, my role is to present issues about enterprise applications user experience that are interesting to you, our customers, users, and fellow software industry professionals. Now, it's your turn. Is there something in the field of user experience that you would like to read more about? Topics could include: usability testing, user interface design and development, prototyping techniques, usability standards, or customer research. Do you have a favorite product that you would like to get an update on from a user experience point of view?

Let us know by using the Post a comment response box at the bottom of this column. Our editorial staff will survey our professional networks for authors who can provide the most accurate, comprehensive, and interesting discussions of your topics. We will respond to you through this blog or via email.

We're looking forward to knowing what's on your mind about enterprise software usability. We hope to hear from you soon.

Coming up: Don't forget to register for Oracle OpenWorld, October 11-15, 2009, at Moscone Center, San Francisco, California. For previews of user experience content at OpenWorld, see our Events column.


Hello, for a customer, scrap material is raw material for their systems, we have a purchasing order for this raw material , we need to receive scrap material according to the quality grades and by using these grades ı should change po price during receiving process, how should ı implement the procurement, which modules should ı use. thanks

Posted by NILUFER CAGLAYIK on October 11, 2010 at 08:58 PM PDT #

Thank you for your comment. We will have a User Experience expert in Procurement contact you directly for more details, and hopefully provide an answer to your question offline. - AW (Blog editor)

Posted by Applications User Experience on October 28, 2010 at 02:01 AM PDT #

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