Monday, March 9, 2009

Oracle ECM Upcoming Events

Are You Going to AIIM?

March 30-April 2,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

If you are planning to attend the AIIM International Exposition and Conference, e-mail us and we can arrange an executive one-on-one meeting to discuss your implementations and future product road maps. At the booth you can meet with our partners and watch a presentation in the mini-theater. Also be sure to watch the keynote speech on Tuesday at 8:45 a.m., where four Oracle customer executives will discuss how they communicated the value of ECM to their business. Register now for AIIM.


May 3-7, Orlando, Florida

The IOUG Stellent SIG hosted four popular technical sessions at this year's Oracle OpenWorld conference on SIG Sunday. Similar sessions will be scheduled again at next year's conference, but you'll find even more technical sessions at the upcoming COLLABORATE 09 conference in May. Register for COLLABORATE 09 to get valuable insights to Stellent and Oracle Content Management products.

1 comment:

Conferencing and Events said...

What a wonderful Conferencing and Events, and thank you for running such a great contest!

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