Oracle is pleased to welcome its worldwide user groups to this year's conferences and programs the week of September 28 to October 2 in San Francisco. All conference attendees are encouraged to engage with members by visiting the User Group Pavilion, attending User Group led sessions and SIG meetings presented by the user group communities at Sunday's Oracle Users Forum and throughout the week.
Many user groups will be represented at the Oracle Users Forum this year; participating groups are listed below
13th Annual Oracle Users Forum
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Moscone West, Levels 3 and Moscone South
8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Don't miss this opportunity to explore the many benefits of participating in one or more Oracle user groups. Meet with colleagues, peers, and subject matter experts to share best practices, tips, and techniques. Or sit in on a special interest group (SIG) meeting or session and learn how to get more out of Oracle technologies and applications.
The annual Oracle Users Forum is open to all registered full conference attendees (badge required) of Oracle conferences running from September 28 to October 2, 2014.
User Group Forum Sessions and SIG meeting details taking place at the Oracle Users Forum program can be found in the JavaOne Conference Content Catalog and are available for preregistration using the Schedule Builder Tool.
Are you interested in networking with other Oracle users in the Asia Pacific region? There are more than 50 user groups to choose from, and their size and services vary from country to country. They serve their members in their national languages and offer services meeting the needs of the users in their country. Log on to the APOUC Community to find a user group near you, and join up today. Come and meet some of the members of the APAC network by visiting us at the User Group Pavilion in Moscone South.
EMEA Oracle User Group Community (EOUC) membership has many benefits, including networking and sharing best practices among groups; help for emerging user groups; access to timely and relevant information available only to the user group community; and the ability to participate in International Oracle User Group Community committees and initiatives that provide direct feedback and direction to Oracle's products and services groups. For more information about EOUC, its individual member groups in the EMEA countries, and how to join, visit the EOUC Community page.
The Higher Education User Group (HEUG) is an international organization consisting of higher education institutions that use Oracle applications and middleware. As the largest independent industry-specific Oracle user group in the world, HEUG represents more than 26,000 users from more than 900 campuses in 34 countries. The mission of HEUG is to facilitate the building of communities through the sharing of ideas, information, and experiences among its members and to provide a unified and effective voice to Oracle on all issues involving the use of Oracle applications and middleware in the higher education and research industry. Find out more at heug.org.
The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) is a global community of Oracle database and technology professionals that has provided virtual and in-person knowledge-sharing/education and networking opportunities for 20 years. As part of Sunday's Oracle Users Forum at Oracle OpenWorld, IOUG's content-rich program of presentations will engage attendees with real-world experiences on trending topics, including:
Serving tens of thousands of DBAs, developers, data scientists, architects, technical managers, and other Oracle professionals, IOUG empowers its members to be more productive and successful in their businesses and careers. Visit www.ioug.org/oow14 or stop by our booth in the User Group Pavilion at Moscone South to learn more about why our members are more satisfied in their careers and with their Oracle experience.
Latin American Oracle Users Community (LAOUC) is a region-wide community to support Oracle in Latin America and the Oracle user groups in the region. Our main goal is to be an open channel between Oracle HQ and the community at large. We also seek to encourage Oracle events in the region, and the exchange of knowledge and experience to assist in the creation of white papers, blogs, and new user groups in LAD.
You can help us achieve our goal by becoming a member or sponsor of the LAD user groups, participating actively, creating new papers, or becoming a speaker.
For more information about the LAOUC, please visit http://www.laouc.net.
The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is the world's largest education, networking, and advocacy forum for Oracle Applications users. Thousands of Oracle Applications users around the world connect through the OAUG. They know that OAUG involvement equips them to improve efficiency, enhance problem-solving and spark innovation. The OAUG serves as an advocate to Oracle for companies worldwide and represents users of more than 65 Oracle Applications products, including Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle's Agile, Oracle Hyperion, Oracle's Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management, Oracle Communications, Oracle Customer Experience including Oracle CRM On Demand, Oracle's Siebel CRM, and others. Additional information is available online at oaug.org.
ODTUG is an independent, not-for-profit, global organization whose sole purpose is to keep you on the cutting edge of the constantly changing technology landscape. ODTUG is dedicated to keeping our members engaged through learning opportunities throughout the year.
ODTUG's more than 30,000 members specialize in Oracle Application Express, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database development, business intelligence, and enterprise performance management. Additional information is available online at odtug.com.
Oracle HCM Users Group (OHUG) is devoted exclusively to providing users with valuable insight into Oracle Applications, including Oracle Taleo, Oracle's PeopleSoft, Oracle E-Business Suite, and Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) applications. Membership to OHUG is free. Since its inception in 1998, OHUG has provided users with a forum for interfacing directly with other Oracle users and with Oracle executives, product managers, development, and support, offering firsthand knowledge of new functionality right from the source. This personal interaction enables OHUG members to mutually support the use of Oracle products to add value to their company business objectives through sharing of knowledge and experiences and to provide feedback and ultimately influence the future direction of the entire Oracle HCM product solution area. Meet OHUG board members while attending the Oracle OpenWorld by visiting OHUG kiosk located in the Palace. For further information, please visit ohug.org.
The home for Oracle's PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Oracle Fusion applications, Quest International Users Group supports a growing international community of more than 55,000 users from 94 countries.
As a user group, "member needs" come first and foremost. Our content, networking opportunities, and various events provide Quest members with solutions that fit their business needs as well as save time, money, and increase overall satisfaction with their Oracle product.
Quest members benefit from unbiased industry and product news, as well as participate in an organization that advocates their needs to Oracle.
To find out more about the benefits available to you and your company, visit questdirect.org or visit us in the User Groups Pavilion located in Moscone South —you can't miss us in our Quest green!
All full conference attendees are invited to join their peers at Oracle Users Forum sessions, developed by Oracle users for Oracle users. For more information, check the Content Catalog.
The Oracle Users Forum will take place in Moscone South and Moscone West on Sunday, September 28.
Attendees must have a full conference badge to attend the Sunday Users Forum. We recommend that attendees pre-enroll for sessions using the Schedule Builder tool. Attendees who do not pre-enroll can attend any session if space is available.
Join Oracle user groups as they convene in a variety of SIG meetings on Sunday, September 28. You don't need to be a member of a specific SIG or an affiliated user group to attend.
For more information, check the Content Catalog.All attendees with a full conference badge are welcome to attend.
Sunday, September 28 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Monday, September 29 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 30 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 1 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 2 Closed
Representatives from participating user groups will be on hand at the User Groups Pavilion in Moscone South Lobby. There you can discuss the benefits of user group membership, hear about the latest programs, and find out how to get involved. If you're a member of a user group already, stop by to see what's new and to reconnect with old friends. If you're not a member of a user group or are new to Oracle, explore the opportunities and benefits of user group affiliation and representation. The value of user groups to your organization can be tremendous.