Thursday, May 15, 2008

Puget Sound Oracle Days

The challenge is not the technology. The challenge is solving business problems. The solution is attending Puget Sound OracleDays 2008 hosted by the Puget Sound's regional user groups in conjunction with the Oracle Applications Users Groups. The focus is End-to-End Integration with Oracle. The focus is on solutions. In the three days of training and a two day conference this program is designed to set a new standard for a regional technology event.

We are highlighting many of Oracle's technologies and Oracle Partners will find our audience is also theirs. Tracks will include the databases (Oracle and TimesTen), Fusion Middleware, Identity Management, Applications (E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Siebel), Business Intelligence (Hyperion), Document Management (Stellent), Security and Governance, Maximum Availability, Infrastructure, and much much more. But more important than any single building block is their end-to-end integration and using them to meet real-world challenges. Click here for more information.

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