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2014 OTM Conference

2014 OTM Conference

August 10-13, 2014
Loews Philadelphia
1200 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Gozel Aamoth
Gozel Aamoth
Alisa Hamai
Alisa Hamai

The Oracle Applications User Experience team will conduct usability testing onsite at the 2014 OTM Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and you are invited to participate.

Usability testing is an important part of Oracle’s software application development lifecycle, and it offers Oracle customers and partners opportunities to contribute to and influence application design and direction through feedback or suggestions while test-driving Oracle’s next-generation applications.

Usability testing helps Oracle usability engineers:
  • Understand user profiles, user roles, detailed task flows, and challenges that users encounter.
  • Identify and fix potential usability challenges in early prototypes.
  • Measure performance on released applications to identify next-generation enhancement opportunities.

Why should you sign up to participate*?
  • You will have the chance to test-drive our applications before they go to market.
  • Your feedback will directly affect Oracle’s existing and future usability, helping us develop applications that are intuitive and easy to use.
  • Testing lets you explore new and innovative ideas around application design.

Date: Monday-Tuesday, August 11-12, 2014
Time: Advance sign-up is required for this event. RSVP now.
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Questions: Contact Gozel Aamoth.

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*Participation requires that your company or organization has a Customer Participation Confidentiality Agreement (CPCA) on file. If your company or organization does not have a CPCA on file, we will start this process.  |  About Oracle  |  Careers  |  Contact Us  |  Legal Notices  |  Terms of Use  |  Your Privacy Rights