Collaborate 2010: Spotlight on Oracle Content Management
By email@example.com on Apr 08, 2010
Excitement is building for the Collaborate conference April 18th through the 22nd. Outside of the event being in Las Vegas, which for me often seems to add to the excitement, there will be a great lineup of Oracle Content Management focused sessions. In fact, there are currently over 30 content management sessions scheduled, and attendees will get to hear from customers, partners, as well as Oracle experts.
Attendees should expect to hear a lot about Oracle Content Management 11g at Collaborate 2010. Roel Stalman and Andy MacMillan will kick off these discussions on Monday, April 19th as they present Oracle Content Management's product strategy and roadmap (10:45 - 11:45). Monday's lineup also includes sessions on Oracle Imaging and Process Management (I/PM) 11g and Oracle Forms Recognition (2:30 - 3:30), which were both released in January. For those customers using older versions of I/PM or Stellent IBPM, be sure not to miss the "migrating to I/PM 11g" session on Monday as well (1:15 - 2:15) as this should give you some insight into the migration process.
Check out the entire list of Oracle Content Management sessions here.
Another focus at Collaborate this year is to discuss the benefits of using Oracle Content Management with Oracle Applications - Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, and Siebel - so be sure to check out these sessions too:
- Accelerating Accounts Payable Processes with Integrated Document Imaging
(Monday, April 19th, 3:45 - 4:45)
- Supercharge Your Siebel Sales and Marketing with Integrated Document Management
(Tuesday, April 20th, 2:00 - 3:00)
- Oracle Enterprise 2.0 for Oracle Applications: The Value of an Integrated E2.0 Platform
(Tuesday, April 20th, 3:15 - 4:15)
- Comprehensive Human Resources Automation with Oracle Content Management
(Wednesday, April 21st, 1:00 - 2:00)
Collaborate is also the perfect opportunity to meet Oracle executives and product experts. Attendees can sign up for 1 on 1 meetings at the event, and there will be someone representing each Oracle Content Management product. These meetings are probably the best way to get your product questions answered in a face-to-face manner.
It seems more and more to me that Oracle Content Management customers are viewing Collaborate as "the" conference to attend each year. I hope you have plans to attend and I will see you there.