Thursday, October 9, 2008

Oracle Appcasts

Siebel AppCast

Empower Siebel 8.0 users with new simple-to-use rules engines Play!
(7 min.)
September 4, 2008
Listen to Rick Watts, an experienced Siebel and Haley Authority developer and Sr. Configuration Specialist from Oracle Advanced Customer Services discuss best practices for utilizing the Haley rules engine in a Siebel implementation project.

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Regulatory Compliance for Public Organizations—Achieving Stronger Controls and Better Management Practices
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(13 min.)
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