September 28 - October 2, 2014
Learn about the latest and greatest product and technology solutions to help you grow your business and simplify IT at Oracle OpenWorld 2014
Oracle OpenWorld is the ideal opportunity to connect with decision makers, thought-leaders, and pace-setters in Oracle's growing midsize community.
There’s no other conference where you’ll have the opportunity to learn the key information you need to get the most out of your current (and future) Oracle products and technologies. You’ll have access to experts from around the world—customers, partners, and Oracle—so you can grow your skills and increase your productivity to grow your business.
It is important to register for all the sessions you'd like to attend because many of them will fill to capacity.
Customer Voices: IT Strategies & The High-Growth Organization
October 1, 2014 | 10:15 am-11:00 am | Moscone West - 3006
Getting the right IT system to support growth is a challenge. This customer panel session, moderated by Oracle, gives you a unique opportunity to hear fellow CFOs & CIOs discuss how they managed their transformation to modern business using Oracle Applications.
Understanding & Adopting Modern Best Practice For Fast Time To Value
October 2, 2014 | 12:00 pm-12:45 pm | Moscone West - 3004
Standardizing on best practice is a proven approach to superior business results. In this session, we'll explore the business benefits of modern best practice: Modern Best Practice is flexible, supports growth and innovation and enables new ways of executing to achieve consistently superior performance. Exploiting new capabilities to adopt modern best practice made possible by the 6 enablers: the cloud, mobile, analytics, social, the Internet of Things & big data - modern best practice enables organizations of all sizes to achieve more, faster and with less resource.
Oracle Accelerate is Oracle's approach for providing simple to deploy, packaged, enterprise-class software solutions to growing midsize organizations through its network of expert partners. Over 290,000 midsize customers not only run on Oracle, they also run on the same products as our largest customers. Midsize companies buy Oracle for growth.