By Kellsey Ruppel-Oracle on Apr 22, 2015
Oracle OpenWorld 2015
- When: Sunday, October 25, 2015 – Thursday, October 29, 2015
- Where: San Francisco, CA
- Website: https://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html
- Social: Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Blog
Wanted: Outstanding Oracle Experts
The Oracle OpenWorld 2015 Call for Proposals is now open. Attendees at the conference are eager to hear from experts on Oracle business and technology. They’re looking for insights and improvements they can put to use in their own jobs: exciting innovations, strategies to modernize their business, different or easier ways to implement, unique use cases, lessons learned, the best of best practices.
If you’ve got something special to share with other Oracle users and technologists, they want to hear from you, and so do we. Submit your proposal now for this opportunity to present at Oracle OpenWorld, the most important Oracle technology and business conference of the year.
We recommend you take the time to review the General Information, Submission Information, Content Program Policies, and Tips and Guidelines pages before you begin. We look forward to your submissions.
Attention HCM customers: HCM Central @ OpenWorld is designed to provide a single place for all things HCM. Have a story related to Oracle implementations around HCM? Submit here.
Attention CX customers: CX Central @ OpenWorld is designed to provide a single place for all things related to the customer lifecycle for all of Oracle's CX customers whose business requires them to definitively differentiate themselves across all channels, touch points, and interactions. Have a story related to Oracle implementations around the Customer Experience lifecycle? Submit here.
Submit Your Proposal
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