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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Offers Scores of Sessions for Financials Customers

This year’s upcoming Oracle OpenWorld features more than 120 sessions for customers interested in learning more about Oracle’s financials product lines and related topics, such as analytics, budgeting/planning, financial reporting, operational controls, and risk management.

Oracle OpenWorld 2012, running from September 30 to October 4 in San Francisco, features Oracle executives, industry experts, partners, and customers.

Presentations designed specifically for financial management professionals include

General Session: What’s Next for Financial Management Solutions at Oracle?
October 2, 11:45 a.m., Moscone West 3002/3004
To succeed in the 21st century, CFO’s need to ensure their organizations have agile business processes and systems that enable them to continuously maximize the potential of their resources and deliver the results expected by stakeholders. Learn how Oracle continues to invest in all its financial solutions by addressing key challenges faced by finance and the CFO.

Information Excess Versus Information Access
October 3, 1:15 p.m., Moscone West 2005
This session delves into the various ways Oracle Fusion Financials can address a wide range of complex reporting needs. Attendees learn how Oracle Fusion Financials with Oracle Hyperion Disclosure Management can meet individual requirements—from ad hoc analysis and customer-specific reports to board-ready financial reports and external XBRL regulatory reports. It’s one in a series of sessions devoted to Oracle Fusion Financials that look at customer adoption experiences and case studies exploring migration strategies and global deployments.

Oracle’s PeopleSoft eSettlements 9.2 and Electronic Invoicing: Drive Down Operation Costs
October 2, 11:45 a.m., Westin San Francisco, Franciscan II
Learn how to eliminate time-consuming errors and supplier inquiries along with overpayments and missed discounts, improve productivity in the invoice processing and payments function, boost your invoice processing performance, and gain stronger supplier collaboration with leveraging a fully integrated EIPP solution. This presentation is part of a lineup of sessions that focuses on Oracle’s PeopleSoft Financials 9.2 and how customers are benefitting from the latest release today.

Upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite Financials 12.1: A Technical Perspective
October 2, 1:15 p.m., Moscone West 2020
You’ve heard about all the financial architecture changes in Oracle Financials 12.1, but what really happens to your data when it’s upgraded? This session—part of an array of presentations devoted to Oracle E-Business Suite—presents a technical discussion about the upgrade to Release 12.1.

Showcase on Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Solutions
October 2, 5:00 p.m., InterContinental, Grand Ballroom C
This session showcases customer successes that came about from embracing the latest enhancements of Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financials. Over the past several releases, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financials has introduced many new features and integrations. See how customers are leveraging new features and capabilities to improve their business processes and meet their company objectives.

Learn about additional sessions and register for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.


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