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Join fellow users, partners, and luminaries for the Oracle Value Chain Summit in San Francisco to learn how Oracle is helping companies transform supply chains into value chains to gain competitive edge. Hear keynotes from legendary NFL coach and broadcaster John Madden, former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, and Cindy Reese, Oracle Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations. Learn first hand from customer speakers at companies such as APL Logistics, Agilent, Beckman Coulter, BPL Global, Emerson, GE, Penske, Seagate, and Stryker about how they are tackling key industry issues and optimizing their supply chains.

The Oracle Value Chain Summit brings together the best of the best, including the Product Lifecycle Management Summit, Manufacturing Summit, Maintenance Summit, Logistics Summit, and adds Value Chain Planning and Procurement Summits, to create a comprehensive conference that will include almost 200 sessions across all of the supply chain management solution areas.  A complete list can be found in the Track Sessions section.

It will retain the intimate atmosphere of these previous events while adding cross-solution context and strategy sessions and provide increased value and opportunity for all attendees. Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to gain the latest Oracle product knowledge in detailed sessions and a hands-on solutions pavilion.

February 4 – 6, 2013

Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
+1.415.788.1234

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