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What CFOs Want From IT: Part II

Unlocking Growth with Emerging Technologies

According to the 2012 Gartner-FEI research, big data, analytics, and new mobile, social & cloud computing platforms are increasingly on the CFOs radar screen because of their potential to unlock new growth opportunities.

Join Oracle Chair Jeff Henley, & Oracle's Reggie Bradford & Rich Clayton as they explore CFO strategies & best practices for driving real value from IT investments in these areas:
  • Why CFOs should get involved in big data and business analytics projects, and what best practices they can adopt to ensure their success
  • How CFOs are leveraging new mobile and cloud computing platforms to address enterprise demands quickly and cost effectively
  • How CFOs can partner with CMOs to maximize the value of IT investments in social technologies that can help create new growth opportunities
CFOs have more responsibility over IT than ever before. Learn how Oracle unlocks the transformative power of IT to take your business to the next level of performance.


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Date:
Tuesday,
November 27, 2012

Time:
8:00 a.m. PST /
11:00 a.m. EST
Featured Speakers:

Jeff Henley
Chairman of the Board
Oracle Corporation

Reggie Bradford
Senior Vice President, Product Development
Oracle Corporation

Rich Clayton
Vice President, Business Analytics
Oracle Corporation
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