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Oracle OpenWorld 2011

Oracle OpenWorld 2011

October 2 - 6, 2011
San Francisco, CA
http://www.oracle.com/us/openworld/registration-173440.html




The Fusion Applications User Experience:
Transforming Insight into Action
advocate presentation

Jeremy Ashley Katie Candland Edward  Roske
Jeremy Ashley Katie Candland Edward Roske

Presenters: Jeremy Ashley, Vice President Applications User Experience, Oracle; Katie Candland, Director Applications User Experience, Oracle; Edward Roske is the CEO of InterRel Consulting

Oracle has delivered a world-class user experience with Fusion Applications. User expectations in the modern world are dynamic, collaborative, contextual, and immediate -- and we know this because we are hot off the trail after talking and meeting with customers in our latest round of site visits. You will learn about the fundamentals of the Fusion User Experience and how it drives end user productivity. You will also hear about the future design trends Oracle is paying close attention to, from iPads to social networking, and how these trends will impact your users down the road.

Session ID: 18700
Primary Track: APPLICATIONS:Applications Strategy
Secondary Track: APPLICATIONS:Fusion Applications
Date: Monday, October 3, 2011
Time: 11:00 AM
Venue/Room: Moscone West - 2020

Fusion Applications User Experience: Transforming Insight into Action
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Edward Roske is the CEO of InterRel Consulting. He is a Fusion UX Advocate for Oracle and an Oracle ACE director. He has written seven books on Oracle products and speaks frequently about Oracle products.  He belongs to Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), the Dallas Oracle Users Group (DOUG) and the Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG), where he is the conference chair for ODTUG’s Kscope conference. Follow Edward on his blog at LookSmarter.blogspot.com, or on Twitter: @eroske.

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What Is Next for the User Experience in Oracle Applications?

Madhuri Kolhatkar George Hackman Harris Kravatz
Madhuri Kolhatkar George Hackman Harris Kravatz

Presenters: Madhuri Kolhatkar, Director Customer and User Experience Management, Oracle; George Hackman, Senior Director Operations User Experience, Oracle; and Harris Kravatz, Senior Manager User Experience, Oracle

Learn about newly available user experience enhancements, designed by the Applications User Experience team, in the next generations of PeopleTools, PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, and JD Edwards, among other Oracle products. See a demonstration that showcases the new features in the PeopleSoft HCM Manager Self Service application including direct reports org chart, manager dashboard, talent summary, and streamlined MSS transactions. Stick around and learn about new Oracle guidelines on user experience best practices for applications implementers. We will showcase our new OBIEE design patterns, and tell you where to find them in Oracle’s first customer-facing repository. Learn to build your own high-standard user experience, by starting with who you are really trying to design for, researching what they really need to do, and then developing your solution with user experience best-practices as guidance.

Session ID: 13601
Primary Track: APPLICATIONS:Applications Strategy
Date: Thursday, October 6, 2011
Time: 12:00 PM
Venue/Room: Moscone West - 2002 / 2004

What Is Next for the User Experience in Oracle Applications
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Search as Key to the User Experience: Oracle Fusion Applications Search

Sherry Mead Laurie Pattison DJ Ursal
Sherry Mead Laurie Pattison DJ Ursal

Presenters: Sherry Mead Oracle User Experience Architect, Laurie Pattison Oracle Senior Director, User Experience, and DJ Ursal Oracle Principal Product Manager

In this session, get an early look at Oracle Fusion Applications' search capabilities, available globally in Oracle Fusion Applications. Users of enterprise applications must be able to easily locate and act on data relevant to them. In Oracle Fusion Applications, search is embedded in the suite. Oracle did this because any application that connects to multiple datasources or manages a significant amount of transactional and unstructured information needs advanced search capabilities such as faceted browsing and tagging. Powered by an enterprise crawl and search framework from Oracle Fusion Middleware with a back-end Oracle Secure Enterprise Search engine, Oracle Fusion Applications' search ensures that users of any Oracle Fusion application will get the right content at the right time.

Session ID: 13788
Primary Track: APPLICATIONS:Applications Tools and Technology
Secondary Track: APPLICATIONS:Fusion Applications
Date: Thursday, October 6, 2011
Time: 3:00 PM
Venue/Room: Intercontinental - Union Square

Search as Key to the User Experience Oracle Fusion Applications Search
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Extend Your Applications - Your Applications, Your Way

Killian Evers Kristin Desmond
Killian Evers Kristin Desmond

Presenters: Killian Evers, Senior Director Application User Experience, Oracle; Kristin Desmond, Senior Manager User Experience, Oracle

Are your business users asking for role-based dashboards, customizable business processes, and self-service reporting? Business users want complete user experience that includes: contextual, personalized user interfaces, agile, decision-centric business processes, self-service reporting and analysis and much more. With Oracle's Composers, you can easily configure your applications whether they are on the Cloud or on premise, without relying on heavy coding. In this session, we will explain how Oracle's Composers can help your business configure, manage, and optimize your data, user interface, business processes and business intelligence reports to increase productivity, improve agility, and lower total cost of ownership.

Session ID: 18622
Primary Track: APPLICATIONS:Applications Strategy
Secondary Track: APPLICATIONS:Applications Tools and Technology
Cross Stream Track: Cloud Computing
Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Time: 11:30 AM
Venue/Room: Moscone West - 3016

Extend Your Applications - Your Applications, Your Way
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Onsite Product Usability Testing LinkedIn
Conducted by Oracle’s User Experience team; Private Event (by invitation only)

Ever wonder about “the real story” behind how products become easy to use? The secret: lots of usability testing. Oracle is building many new applications and invites YOU to become part of the process.

Session objectives:

  • Introduce you to Oracle’s pioneering user-centered design process
  • Illustrate the Oracle Fusion Applications usability testing process
  • Explain how you can participate through Oracle’s Customer Participation Program

Date: October 4 - 5, 2011
Time: This event is by invitation only – sign up here.
Location: Laurel Hill and Cathedral Hill, Intercontinental Hotel

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Oracle OpenWorld 2011 Demo Station: “New Application Usability Evaluation Methods: Visual Scanning and Facial Gesture Analysis”

This demo station will show new, cutting-edge tools in Oracle’s arsenal of enterprise usability evaluation methods: facial gesture analysis and eye-tracking. Enterprise applications should evoke delight and happiness while completing business-relevant tasks, without causing frustration or anguish. Emotional responses can be evaluated using webcam-based facial gesture recognition technology, coupled with automated machine learning algorithms. Recording users’ visual attention with eye-tracking methods can help inform the visibility, understandability, and navigation of page elements. We will show data summaries following each demo, and discuss how metrics are defined, and how design implications are made.

Location: Moscone West, W-031

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Oracle OpenWorld 2011 Demo Station: “Test-Drive Oracle Applications ‘Concept Cars’ on Mobile Devices”

Users are connected throughout the day for both personal and work purposes. They expect to access their enterprise applications anytime, anywhere, and on anything. Having the right mobile offerings for the workforce enhances productivity, efficiency, and employee morale and satisfaction. The Oracle User Experience team will be showing the latest design concepts for mobile enterprise applications on different mobile devices and platforms. See some of our most current thinking for Oracle mobile applications. Explore and experience design prototypes on smartphones and tablets. Discuss the similarities, differences, advantages, and challenges of the mobile platform. Chat with us about how these applications and prototypes meet your needs.

Location: Moscone West, W-032

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