UK Oracle User Group

Sneak Peek...

Sneak Peek...

30 June 2014

Here's another sneak peek of the speakers and sessions confirmed so far for Apps14.

Speakers and sessions confirmed last week for Apps14.

  • Toby Price, TP Information Strategy7 Myths, 5 Trends – who should I believe?
  • Veronica Silva, Hitachi Consulting, Actual Labor Costing in Oracle Projects 12.2: An Overview
  • Brendan Tierney,, Advanced Analytics in Oracle Fusion Apps and Beyond
  • Ravee Singh, CGI IT UK Ltd, Client Implementation – Cost-effective HCM data migration using Web-ADI and custom integrators
  • Philip Rowland, Diamond Resorts International, Diamond’s Implementation of Segregation of Duties and Accountability in Oracle E-Business
  • Sveinn Zoega, Advania Extending, Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle Application Development Framework
  • Francisco Amores, Infratects, FDMEE-SAP Getting rid of flat files
  • Sachin Miskin, Infosys Limited, How PeopleSoft Receivables 9.2 improves user experience and reduces cost of ownership
  • Andy Harding, Hitachi Consulting, I want my board pack! How to design, build and burst reports using OBIEE published reporting
  • Philip Wilson, Inoapps, Inoapps & Oracle Customer Success: FM Conway – Accelerating Transformation for Growth
  • Stephanie Gilbert, PureApps, Migrating Hyperion Enterprise to Hyperion Financial Management
  • Mark Rittman, Rittman Mead, Oracle BI in the Cloud : Getting Started, Deployment Scenarios & Best Practices
  • Richard Harwood, Experian, Oracle Hyperion DRM - the heart of Experian's financial reporting systems
  • Jon Whelan, Oracle, Remaining successful through the use of Proactive Tools, and My Oracle Support
  • Matt Ransom, Rolls-Royce, Rolls-Royce - complex HFM, BI Integration and making a multi-vendor strategy work
  • Ken MacMahon, Version 1, The Oracle Reporting Ecosystem – Build or Buy

*Please note all session titles are subject to change

Have a look at the sessions confirmed a week before.


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