Thursday, February 28, 2008

PeopleSoft Lobbying with Mix

Lobbying the Mix

This posting on Jim's Peoplesoft Journal is interesting. Jim is asking readers to set up a Mix account if they don't already have one, and vote for some of the ideas advocated by the PeopleSoft and PeopleTools groups.

Oracle Mix is an official Web 2.0 Oracle website run by our Web Apps group. So when people vote there for ideas (new features, software certifications, innovations, complaints), those votes are reaching Oracle very directly.

If you go through the membership on Mix you will find a lot of high-powered Oracle folks, including product directors and VPs (Saleem Haque, the VP for Advanced Customer Support Delivery, is in there, for instance).

Oracle is a company that constantly improves itself and its products. Oracle Mix is a great place if you want to lobby for what direction those improvements take and network with other people with shared interests in the growing family of Oracle products.

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