Road to Fusion - UT OAUG 2012 "Lunch and Learn" Apps SIG
February 13, 2012
Salt Lake City, Utah
A User Group Guide to Fusion Applications
Presenters: Debra Lilley, Fujitsu, and Oracle ACE Director; Floyd Teter, Innowave Technology and Oracle ACE Director
This presentation by Floyd Teter and Debra Lilley, the undisputed leaders in this area outside of Oracle will introduce you to Fusion Applications.
What they are, why and how Oracle developed them and the great user experience they will deliver. We will look at the technology behind the applications and hear ‘from the trenches’ thoughts on implementation. How do you extend Fusion Applications and how does this protect you from customization hell. What are your options and how can your usergroup help you? Or should you just stay on the applications you have today? You have made a big investment in Oracle Applications and we hope this will help you understand the facts.
Many Questions to answer but we promise you will look, learn and like these next generation applications.
Date: Monday, February 13, 2012
Time: 11:30 - 14:30
Location: LDS Hospital Auditorium
Debra Lilley is the Oracle Alliance Director and Fusion champion at Fujitsu. She is an Oracle ACE director and a Fusion UX Advocate for Oracle. She is also a director and Deputy Chair of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) and leader of the Product Development Committee for the International Oracle Users Group Community (IOUC). She speaks frequently about Oracle strategy, applications and technology. Follow Debra on her blog at www.debrasoracle.blogspot.com or on Twitter at http://twitter.com/DebraLilley.
Floyd Teter is the Director of the Project Office for Innowave Technology. He is an Oracle ACE Director and a Fusion UX Advocate. He belongs to the Oracle Applications User Group (OAUG), where he has served as Vice-President (2010), Chair of the Fusion Council, and on the Customer Support Council. He is on the Product Development Committee for the International Oracle Users Group Community (IOUC), and he speaks frequently about Oracle applications. Follow Floyd on his blog at http://orclville.blogspot.com/.