Read this latest announcement from Oracle to find out more about how TekStream Solutions, a solution services company in North America streamlined project management and administration and improved client project delivery with Oracle Documents Cloud Service, an enterprise-grade cloud collaboration and file sync and share solution. Learn how, within the first month of its use, TekStream was able to cut project administration costs by 30% and reduce complexity to not only drive client results faster but also provide a superior project experience to both its consultants as well as its clients.
And here's a brief video with Judd Robins, executive vice president, Consulting Services of TekStream Solutions as he discusses the specific areas where they were looking to make improvements and how Oracle Documents Cloud enabled easy and yet secure cloud collaboration not only among its consultants who are always on the go, but also with its clients.
As you know, Oracle Documents Cloud Service is not just an Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) solution in the Cloud but more than that, it offers a cloud platform for documents management, storage and collaboration to drive business processes hooked to business applications.
Today we are going to look at how Siebel CRM users can extend their documents, embed attachments and drive collaboration in the Cloud using Oracle Documents Cloud Service.
Integration between Documents Cloud and Siebel CRM allows Siebel users to store file attachments in the cloud dynamically allowing you to share this content with your team, both internally and externally by defining granular permission privileges. Storing it in the Cloud also means the content is available to you anytime, anywhere and on any device - on the web, desktop or even your mobile devices giving mobility to your content like never before. With inherent granular security controls, leveraging Oracle Documents Cloud for document storage, access and sharing also means security assurance with your information protected at rest, in motion and at access points. Your documents are available to you 24 X 7, in context and are always up to date. Once
you have setup Documents Cloud Service with Siebel, you can simply
access your relevant files seamlessly from within your application like
What's more, Documents Cloud gives you the ability to share these documents amongst other Oracle Cloud solutions such as Sales Cloud and in the future Service Cloud and Oracle Social Network, etc. so that you have a seamless work experience through the business process and that contextual documents are available for your use anytime from within your application of choice. Version control ensures there are not multiple versions floating around leading to erroneous decision making.
A simple drag and drop interface make document collaboration easy to use and intuitive. You can store attachments for any Siebel entity using Documents Cloud. With the scalable, trusted Oracle Cloud architecture, you significantly reduce your CapEx as well as maintenance and upgrade costs down the line. The service is available as soon as you "switch it on" giving your documents the mobility you need and even offline access.
Implementing the solution into a Siebel CRM deployment is easy with step by step instructions listed in this whitepaper. Leveraging Oracle Documents Cloud with Oracle Siebel means lower TCO, proven integration model, same foundational architecture and one solution partner.
Here's a brief video explaining it all. Take a look and make your Siebel documents mobile with Documents Cloud Service today.
Have some questions? Our colleagues, John Bedford on the Siebel side along with the Documents Cloud product management team, have compiled this FAQ for you. For additional questions and follow up, please do leave us a comment here or contact your Oracle account manager.
While it is seamless for our Oracle Documents Cloud Service users as the updates are automatically pushed out without the users or customer organizations having to do anything at their ends, we thought you may want to learn about what additional features and capabilities we have pushed out with the latest release of Oracle Documents Cloud Service and why Oracle's cloud collaboration solution is fast becoming an industry benchmark. Our product expert and member of the product management team, Ellen Gravina discusses.
by: Ellen Gravina, Principal Product Manager, Oracle Documents Cloud Service
Documents Cloud Service was upgraded to include the latest features for our web,
mobile, and desktop clients. Features include:
Wow your customers and prospects with beautiful presentations that deliver maximum impact and results! • Present PPTs, review PDF documents, play videos, and use many more presentation formats. • All your presentations are stored on your tablet–no need to find a WiFi hot spot. • Author presentations by organizing material in folders on your desktop. Customize the look to your brand by using folder background and icon images.
Multiple Account Support • Synchronize content from multiple accounts to your desktop.
• Access content from multiple accounts on your mobile device.
Enhancements to Public Link Policy
• Administrators can set a maximum role allowed for public links.
• Folder owners can disable public links on a per-folder basis.
Customize Oracle Documents with Your Own Branding • Change the logo in the header. • Control where users look for help, share feedback, and get information about client downloads.
iOS Touch ID Support • Make use of your fingerprint to protect access to your content. • Available in the native mobile app and Oracle Documents Presenter app.
Access Version History from Your Mobile Device • View old versions of a document. • Delete old versions. • Make an old version the current version.
Enterprise Installation Support for Desktop Client • Roll out the Desktop Sync Client software to multiple client machines with the help of the EXE and MSI installer packages. • Deploy the MSI installer through Active Directory’s group policy. • See the Administrator’s Guide for details.
Cloud enterprise file sync and share solutions serve a critical business need. A digital enterprise is an anytime, anyplace workplace requiring not just employees but the authorized ecosystem access to the right information at any time from any where on any device. This enables true collaboration in a 24 X 7 world and empowers the mobile workforce driving user productivity.
As a result, most organizations have moved away from large email file attachments, FTP server management and on-site content sharing tools and have started to instead leverage cloud file sync and share solutions. We use them in our personal lives to share pictures and videos so why not in our workplace? Trouble is enterprise-grade solutions require a bit more due diligence and consideration since one wrong upload or an unauthorized access to a critical file can have catastrophic implications for the company. And, it is not just about security either. When you think about, enterprises do have different needs from file sync and share solutions than you and I do in our personal lives. Enterprises require such solutions in place to drive work collaboration and improve mobile productivity. So, you are not looking at file sync and share solution in isolation, as a one off to send files or videos or images from point A to point B. Rather you are looking to spend a significant portion of your work day working on materials that are shared, collaborate with your colleagues and drive output by completing some tasks. Enterprise file sync and share is, thus, an integral part of not just the way you work but your work itself. So, rather than a one off solution, it needs to be a strategic cloud investment.
But if we are looking for a company to standardize on a corporate grade cloud file sync and share, that makes it an IT solution, right? Well, in my opinion, yes and no. Yes, because IT will need to do its diligence on the solution and make sure the solution meets the corporate IT security and governance requirements. But no, because the solution is made to empower Lines of Businesses, even the IT team really. So, right out of the box, it needs to have the features and functionality for it to be a desirable solution in the first place. If it is not meeting the basic criteria of easy to use, intuitive with complete mobile support and with no maintenance headaches, you have failed the litmus test.
What's your take? Where does the decision for enterprise file sync and share reside? Should an LoB or a set of them with immediate need for a solution initiate the search or should the decision rest with IT? Can both business and IT align to find a long term, strategic solution that is fast becoming an ubiquitous need? We would love to hear from you and as would our executives.
Join our live webcast tomorrow on "Introducing Oracle Documents Cloud Service" scheduled for 10 am PT/1 pm ET and be a part of this important conversation. We think it is a strategic enough conversation to have Oracle CIO, Mark Sunday be involved in addition to our senior product and LoB and customer executives. And to make sure we don't have colored lenses on, we will do a sanity check with IDC's Program Vice President, Content and Digital Media Technologies, Melissa Webster as well. This is your opportunity to ask the questions of these executives and industry experts. And we encourage you to follow the conversation on twitter with #OracleDOCS. Don't forget to register for tomorrow's live webcast. the conversation has only just begun...
John Lewis Partnership, one of the United Kingdom’s leading retailers, owns and operates 30 John Lewis department stores, 10 John Lewis at-home stores and 302 Waitrose supermarkets. The organization also runs a substantial online business through www.johnlewis.com and www.waitrose.com, in addition to business-to-business contracts in the UK and abroad.
John Lewis Partnership is the UK’s largest example of worker co-ownership where all 85,000 employees are partners in the business. Partners are dedicated to delivering excellent customer service and share in the benefits and profits of the business. John Lewis was named “Retailer of the Year 2013” at the Oracle Retail Week Awards 2013.
A word from John Lewis Partnership
"With Oracle WebCenter Portal, our partners have secure,
straightforward, and instant access to a wide range of human resources
services from any location. We also laid a strong foundation for future
developments and growth within the organization.”
– Stephen Oliphant,
Technical Application Architect, Oracle Business Service Center, John
Centralize personnel services by forming a new shared-service center to streamline services, improve efficiency, and offer all employees self-service functionality from the office, home, or geographically dispersed retail stores
Save time and costs by replacing manual, time-intensive human resources processes with an easy-to-use, self-service platform that enables employees to be more self-sufficient in managing their human-resources queries
Enable the John Lewis Partnership to better manage growth in the quickly changing, customer-centric retail industry by building a strong and flexible infrastructure to improve management of core back-office processes, including personnel management
Centralized and transformed personnel services by implementing user-friendly Oracle WebCenter Portal and offering 85,000 employees self-service access to human resources information, such as payroll, holiday and maternity entitlements, and performance review details
Eliminated inefficient manual processes to request holidays, administer leave requests, and check payroll details by encouraging employees to use self-service for 60% of all transactions—reducing the time and costs associated with requesting information by telephone, e-mail, or in person
Enabled employees to access the portal, 24/7, while at work in the head office or branch offices, via terminals in all retail stores, or at home using secure identity management, providing the most convenient way to review personnel information, ask questions, and make requests
Provided automated updates and notifications via e-mail to work, home, or SMS-text message to advise line managers and employees when they must complete personnel tasks, such as providing feedback for performance reviews
Improved efficiency of leave-request reviews and approvals by providing employees and line managers with all relevant information up-front, such as who else is on holiday at a particular time, by integrating the online portal with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
Delivered graphical representation of managers’ hierarchy through the portal to help managers navigate the system in a user-friendly way
Built manager pages within Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to highlight upcoming activities, helping managers plan their schedules in relation to personnel administration duties
Established an Oracle WebCenter platform to deliver the flexibility required for additional functionality; further integrations with multiple applications, including Oracle Learning Management; and to deliver additional services throughout John Lewis Partnership in the future
“Oracle is our strategic partner of choice, and by working with a single vendor, we benefit from consistency across technology, service, and support,” said Stephen Oliphant, technical application architect, Oracle business service center, John Lewis Partnership.
“The scalability of the Oracle solution is very important. One of the key drivers for this transformation project was to support the rate of change and growth within John Lewis Partnership. By partnering with Oracle, we can deploy the right technology to provide a good service to the business and to scale as our organization grows,” said Oliphant.
John Lewis Partnership chose Oracle Diamond Partner Hitachi Consulting as the lead systems integrator to provide expertise and resources for its organization-wide HR transformation program. Hitachi led a team of partners and worked with John Lewis Partnership from the requirements-gathering phase, through initial design workshops and conference-room pilot sessions, to the final build and testing. Hitachi deployed a large, onsite team and was responsible for functional, technical, and project management, testing, as well as governance.
As part of this extensive program, Hitachi upgraded John Lewis Partnership’s Oracle E-Business Suite implementation to Release 12 before designing and implementing the Oracle WebCenter solution. It was important that the look and feel of Oracle E-Business Suite was familiar to users, so Hitachi designed the Oracle WebCenter interface to resemble the John Lewis Partnership intranet.
“Hitachi provided excellent resources throughout this project. The team was more than willing to spend time with us transferring knowledge, helping to ensure that we get the best value from our Oracle implementations into the future,” said Stephen Oliphant, technical application architect, Oracle Business Service Center, John Lewis Partnership.
I'm firmly convinced today that as far as content goes - Puppies have become the newest currency. Here at Oracle - we received a notice today about a new feature on our benefits plan that rivals other company benefit plans. We just started this year with an option for TeleMedicine, which is great, but NONE of my friends have this PuppyBenefit where they work. So... maybe you should consider working for Oracle - great products, great people, awesome benefits and PUPPIES!
American Well is delighted to announce a brand new service:PuppyConnect.Although only in beta, PuppyConnect enables you to visit with a puppy 24/7/365 through secure video chat.
Connecting with a puppyis just as easy as speaking with a doctor or nutritionist on American Well. The only difference is that with PuppyConnect, your visit is with an adorable puppy rather than a clinician. You simply choose the puppy you would like to see, click connect, and the puppy will appear within moments – groomed and ready to go.
As we come
to the end of Oracle OpenWorld 2013, I thought I’d reflect on some of my
favorite aspects of this truly dynamic event:
Oracle WebCenter Customer Appreciation
Oracle WebCenter Customer Appreciation Reception was one of our best and
definitely a highlight of my trip. The
reception moved to a great new venue in 2013, San Francisco’s Old Mint, a National
Historic Landmark where the Oracle WebCenter community had the chance to mingle
and make new connections. Many thanks to our partners aurionPro SENA, Bluenog,
Fishbowl Solutions, Fujitsu, Keste, Redstone Content Solutions and Tekstream
San Francisco's Old Mint Lit Up in Oracle Red
Oracle WebCenter Customer Success Stories
lineup of customers participating in Oracle WebCenter sessions was truly
impressive. Our various WebCenter customer panel and conference sessions gave
everyone the chance to hear real world experiences with various WebCenter
products whether Content, Portal, or Sites.
Standouts for me (coming from the WebCenter Sites side of the house),
were the travel and hospitality brand, Choice Hotels, electrical and network
infrastructure solutions provider, Panduit, world renowned football
club, Real Madrid, and financial services provider, TIAA-CREF. A special thanks
to all our WebCenter customers who put their time and effort into sharing their
stories with the broader WebCenter community.
The Oracle WebCenter Community
And that brings
me to my final and favorite aspect of Oracle OpenWorld 2013 – the Oracle
WebCenter community itself. Oracle
OpenWorld is unmatched in providing you with opportunities to interact and
engage with other WebCenter customers and WebCenter experts from among our
partner and employee communities. It was
great to see everyone and I look forward to seeing you all again next year.
Today's blog post showcases the Digital Signature solution for Oracle WebCenter Content provided by one of our many business partners, ARX.
Affordably automate your signature dependent processes with the
proper standards, controls, and integrity using CoSign® by ARX
and more organizations adopt paper-free processes and automate their
document-based workflows, the “wet ink” signature requirement stands out as
something of an evolutionary laggard. CoSign digital signatures are already in
widespread use. They leverage open standards to allow paperless processes that
are fast, secure compliant, and reliable.
CoSign Connector for Oracle WebCenter Content (WCC) allows users to access
CoSign features directly within the WCC interface and leverages repository
features including workflow, revision control, and content security. Documents
can be digitally signed, verified, and reviewed from WCC browser screens. No
software installation is needed on the user’s PC. The ability to quickly view digital
signature metadata indicating who signed, when they signed, and why not only increases
your business process velocity but also its reliability because CoSign-signed
documents have effect wherever they travel. The digital signature can be examined for trust
and integrity without re-connecting to CoSign or WCC. Compliant digital
signature features are accessible from WCC action menus and the connector
provides a user friendly signing ceremony page for ad hoc and/or high volume
CoSign by ARX can be deployed as a single signing solution for all your Oracle®
systems and managed content. By being compatible with your major content
authoring applications, such as, PDF, Word, and Excel, the CoSign digital
signature travels with the document for the remainder of its lifecycle because
the native application can inspect the digital signature for proof of document
integrity, signer identity, and signer intent without proprietary verification
software. CoSign also meets the needs of
organizations in the most tightly regulated industries by providing digital
signatures that are legally enforceable and that allow compliance with industry
and worldwide regulations including ESIGN, UETA, EU directives and HIPAA, FDA
Title 21 CFR Part 11, SOX, & PIPEDA.
exciting news in the world of Oracle WebCenter today with the unveiling of our
latest product release.We realize that
in today’s economy, organizations are increasingly looking for ways to lower
their costs, improve operational efficiencies and increase revenue.To address these challenges, we’ve made
updates across our complete portfolio of portal, enterprise content management,
Web experience management, and collaboration technologies. By providing
enhanced multi-channel user experience capabilities and delivering a
comprehensive set of tools that reduces the traditional business line reliance
on IT, the new release helps businesses lower their costs, improve operational
efficiency, and increase their bottom line revenue.
Oracle WebCenter release introduces a new Java-based cross-platform Enterprise
Capture product to expand our imaging and enterprise content management
solutions and a new Mobile Option to provide richer, optimized multi-channel
user experiences out of the box. The new release also includes updates across
the entire Oracle WebCenter portfolio to empower the mobile workforce with new
mobile apps, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) support, and enhanced development
tools for rapid deployment of mobile portals and websites.Also included are a range of tools designed
to empower business users and remove the traditional line of business
dependency on IT to shorten the time to market and reduce costs.Here’s a closer look at some of the
enhancements to each product:
Oracle WebCenter Portal
release of Oracle WebCenter Portal makes it easier and faster for business
users to create intuitive portals with integrated application content by:
Streamlining development with an integrated set
of tools for web & mobile
Providing out of the box templates for common
Expediting the portal creation experience with a
WYSIWYG editing experience
Oracle WebCenter Content
release of Oracle WebCenter Content makes it easier to share information
Enabling users to access business documents “on
the go” using their device of choice
Putting content to work in process-centric
business application environments
Simplifying the management of the entire content
lifecycle in the most scalable and comprehensive enterprise content management
Oracle WebCenter Sites
by enhancing Oracle WebCenter Sites, the latest release helps marketers engage,
guide, and convert customers online by:
Managing mobile sites with ease and marketing to
mobile customers more effectively
Creating a media rich online customer experience
using video and other digital marketing content from within the enterprise or
from the cloud
Providing more relevant search results to guide
and influence customers on their websites
make the best possible decisions for your business, it is important that
everyone in an organization has access to the right information, in the right
context, and within the right business process, no matter where they are,"
said Balaji Yelamanchili, senior vice president, Oracle Product Development.
"The latest release of Oracle WebCenter supports this level of engagement
at your desk, or on the road, by delivering enhancements across portal, Web
experience management, content, and collaboration technologies. By intuitively
connecting people, process and information across any device, the new release
of Oracle WebCenter helps organizations improve decision making and enhance
engagement with customers, partners and employees across every channel."
Whether you’ve established a content infrastructure and
you’re ready to build solutions on top; or if you have tactical needs to solve
specific business problems, Oracle WebCenter provides out of the box
applications and a feature-rich foundation to meet your needs.
The more you plug into key applications and use cases, the
more value your content infrastructure provides to the enterprise. Extend your
reach, your ROI, and your value to your organization. Set the stage for future
Employees, Partners, and Customers to Do More With Oracle WebCenter
Did you know that, in addition to enterprise content
management, Oracle WebCenter also includes comprehensive portal, composite
application, collaboration, and Web experience management capabilities?
Does Oracle power your portal solution for intranets,
self-service portals or community websites? If so, did you know that Oracle
WebCenter now also includes comprehensive content, web experience management
and social computing capabilities?
Are you providing your
customers with engaging online experiences using Oracle? If so, you probably
realize that there’s more to exceptional customer engagement than just Web
experience management. You must also empower your business by engaging and
enabling employees and partners to deliver on customers’ expectations.
Now you can do more with WebCenter than ever before by
creating advanced customer facing web solutions to improve customer loyalty and
sales by delivering contextual and targeted multi-channel experiences to users
across mobile, social and web channels. And you can manage the entire content
lifecycle of not just the content in your portals but across your entire
company as well.
Join us for this On Demand Series of 3 Webcasts and learn how
you can provide a new level of engagement.
Today's post first appeared in the last issue of the Oracle WebCenter Information InDepth newsletter. You can subscribe to the newsletter here and receive future issues in your inbox.
October's Oracle OpenWorld, event organizers reported overflow crowds
at sessions that explored ways to integrate the powerful content
management capabilities of Oracle WebCenter Content directly into business applications.
"IT organizations are looking for solutions that are manageable to
implement and that drive rapid return on investment," says Lance Shaw,
director of product marketing, Oracle WebCenter Content.
A key area of interest is in content-enabling business applications. The
cost savings potential is huge. One research organization estimates
that businesses spend, on average, US$20 to file a document, US$120 to
find a misfiled document, and US$220 reproduce a lost document.
Always Connected Is the New Normal
The renewed interest in content enablement is not just about cost
cutting, however. With the rise of mobile, social, and cloud computing
technologies, people are connected 24/7. And increasingly, customers,
partners, and employees expect to conduct any kind of transaction in
real time—from wherever they may be.
That, in turn, means they need access to all relevant content, both
structured and unstructured—and preferably right within the context of
the transaction or business processes itself.
A Unified Repository, Plus Out-of-the-Box Integration
To make this possible, Oracle WebCenter Content provides a unified
repository to house unstructured content and deliver it to business
users in the proper format. Oracle WebCenter Content includes
comprehensive tools for content capture (including scanning and
importing), content extraction and indexing, and content storage.
However, Oracle also goes a step further. "Oracle WebCenter products
seamlessly bring structured and unstructured content together so users
can easily and intuitively have access to the right content when they
need it," explains Shaw.
To speed the process and ensure that content solutions work seamlessly
with Oracle business applications, Oracle delivers productized
integrations and connectors, out-of-the box templates and starter kits,
and an intuitive experience for users.
Content Enablement in Action
For an example of content enablement in the real world, consider how
Oracle WebCenter automates invoicing into a content-enabled process with
comprehensive tools to
Scan paper invoices centrally, remotely, or in a mixed approach
Automatically capture and index key data with advanced forms recognition
Allow invoices, forms, and other relevant content to be
automatically associated with the proper record in the accounts payable
Make invoices available for review both inside and outside the application environment
Store invoices in a highly scalable and secure enterprise-class
content repository with tools to manage them across the entire invoice
Handle exceptions with a prebuilt workflow that complements but does not duplicate native workflow capabilities
Welcome to OpenWorld! OpenWorld 2012 got underway today with a series of meetings with the
members of the WebCenter Customer Advisory Board. Led by the WebCenter Product Management team,
these meetings are a great way for the product team and customers to directly
interact and discuss real-life business challenges, product details and to
discuss upcoming features and functionality.
This year, board members participated in discussions around
live demos around product enhancements that will be featured throughout the
coming week. Highlights included a variety of new mobile
and social solutions, a great new user interface for WebCenter Content plus new
Portal and Sites functionality that makes the experience for the everyday user
a lot more pleasant.
The day kicked off with Roel Stalman, VP of Product
Management, giving a detailed overview of what’s new in WebCenter. Given all the improvements to discuss, this session went
over 2 hours! Roel showcased the brand new UI for Content, Portal and
Sites. He also gave live demos of the
new mobile apps for WebCenter Content, Portal and the Oracle Social Network.
The attendees then broke into sub-groups in order to deep-dive with Product Management for the Portal, Sites, and Content product areas on specific functionality and application integrations.
If you are here in San Francisco this week for OpenWorld, I
definitely recommend stopping by the WebCenter area in the Moscone West Exhibition
Hall to see some of this new functionality for yourself. And be sure to check out the WebCenter
sessions throughout the week as those give us a chance to discuss direction and
strategy, answer your questions and get your feedback and ideas.
those of you could not make it to OpenWorld this year, we miss you! You can stay in touch with what is happening
via this blog and by following #oow and #webcenter on Twitter. Additionally, we
will be rolling out details on upcoming products and release info over the coming
months via this blog and web seminars. Stay tuned!
On this blog, we often write about getting social and interactive. Usually, we’re talking about how to create a social business or how to make the customer experience more social and interactive. Today’s topic is about getting social and interactive as well. But this time we’re talking about getting social and interactive the old fashioned way, face-to-face at Oracle OpenWorld with fellow Oracle WebCenter customers, partners and experts and the broader Oracle community. Here are some great ways to get social at OpenWorld outside of the exhibition halls and meeting rooms:
You’ll definitely want to attend the Opening Ceremonies for Oracle OpenWorld 2012 on Sunday, September 30. Centered in Yerba Buena Gardens (YBG) and shimmying out to other venues, the Opening Ceremonies are not to be missed. Join other attendees for great food and drink, energizing music, networking opportunities, and more. While you’re at YBG (home of ORACLE TEAM USA’s America’s Cup Pavilion), be sure to meet the sailors who will be defending the 34th America’s Cup in 2013. Get a good look at the 161-year old Trophy itself—the oldest trophy still being contested in international sport. And at the AC72 boat display, view a model of the largest wingsail ever built.
Oracle WebCenter Customer Appreciation Reception Tuesday, October 2, 6:30 p.m.—9:30 p.m. The Palace Hotel, Rallston Ballroom
Those Oracle WebCenter customers who’ve RSVP’d to attend the Oracle WebCenter Customer Appreciation Reception shouldn’t miss this private cocktail reception at one of San Francisco’s finest hotels. Sponsored by Oracle WebCenter partners Fishbowl Solutions, Fujitsu, Keste, Mythics, Redstone Content Solutions, TEAM Informatics, and TekStream, this evening will provide plenty of time to interact with other WebCenter customers, partners and employees over hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.
On Wednesday night October 3, Treasure Island will be engineered to rock as the Oracle Appreciation Event gets revved up and attendees get rolling. As always at the Oracle Appreciation Event, there will be unlimited refreshments, fun and games, the most awesome views of San Francisco from just about anywhere, and top notch entertainment. Past performers read like a veritable who’s who of the rock and roll elite. Join us—it's our way of saying thanks to you for supporting Oracle and our flagship conference. Complimentary shuttle service to and from Treasure Island will be provided, so all you have to worry about is having a rocking night of your own.
Oracle presents the first annual Oracle OpenWorld Musical Festival, featuring some of today’s breakthrough musicians from around the country and the world including Macy Gray, Joss Stone, Jimmy Cliff and The Hives. It’s five nights of back-to-back performances in the heart of San Francisco. Registered Oracle conference attendees get free admission, so remember your badge when you head to a show. With limited space at some venues, these concerts are first-come, first-served. So mark your calendars and get ready for the music to begin. See you there!
I hope this give you an idea of the many opportunities to socialize and interact with the Oracle community at OpenWorld, and if you’re a music lover like me, you’re in for a special treat as we debut our first annual Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival. Check out the links below for more information on these events and the many featured performers:
Oracle WebCenter is the center of engagement for business—powering
exceptional experiences for customers, partners, and employees. It connects
people, process, and information with the most complete portfolio of portal,
Web experience management, content, imaging and collaboration technologies.