The Oracle Usability Advisory Board (OUAB) is a Customer Advisory Board that aims to bring enterprise software usability to a whole new level through industry, government and university collaboration. This working board approaches usability topics on a macro level to determine and influence industry trends. It reviews and provides feedback on future technologies and products, shares best practices, and develops use cases, industry guidelines ...
Mobile User Experience Working Group
Mobile devices have become a fundamental aspect to running an effective business. This group will discuss mobile as a game-changer to our organizations, business, and work styles. You will have the opportunity to see new Oracle tools, UX approaches, recently released mobile applications, and talk with leading mobile designers and developers.
OUAB in the Middle East
We held our first board meeting in the Middle East at the Oracle offices in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with 18 board members and guests. I was very impressed with the large number of customers we were able to identify for participation as a run-up to the meeting…
Fusion Applications Case Study
It was a busy week with crazy weather as the OUAB convened for its 24th meeting in Denver last month. We had several new customers present at this meeting, which was held the day after COLLABORATE 2013 at Oracle’s Denver Technology Center, home of the JD Edwards products. Two Oracle Partners gave profiles of their companies ...
OUAB Working Groups
The Oracle Usability Advisory Board currently supports seven working groups, based on the issues that board members have articulated and new trends in user experience. These groups conduct breakout sessions at every board meeting, as well as web conferences, surveys, customer visits, and other activities between meetings. All working groups have an Oracle facilitator, who organizes …
February: Oracle Headquarters (Redwood Shores, CA)
March: Kaiser Permanente Innovation Center (San Leandro, CA)
April: New York
June: Reading, UK
July: Webinar/ Open Forum
October: San Francisco (Oracle OpenWorld)
December: Webinar/ Open Forum
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