UK Oracle User Group

OUG Ireland Conference 2012 is bigger and better than ever...

24 January 2012

Save the date - This year’s Oracle User Group (OUG) Ireland Conference 2012 will happen on the 21st March 2012.

OUG Ireland Conference 2012 will be the key event for the Oracle community in Ireland. It will take place on 21st March in an exciting new venue, The Convention Centre, Dublin, with a fantastic selection of speakers covering a range of topics including; Fusion Applications, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Technology, Business Intelligence and Masterclasses.

The event will be free to attend* with an agenda spanning five streams with over 30 sessions including, user experience stories and product updates. 

Registration now open - The conference will take place over one day, and Oracle users may be eligible for a free pass. For details of pricing and options view the pricing page here.

What the delegates had to say about OUG Ireland Conference 2011...

“The Irish OUG event was inch perfect for input to our post recession R12 upgrade planning.” Fran Sweeny, Ingersoll-Rand International 

"This year’s event was an excellent event and the structure of presentations was very good...more of the same please." Tony Cassidy, Peak Indicators Ltd

“The OUG event provides an informative platform to enable participants to increase their knowledge base and find means to maximise Oracle's potential.” Kevin Dowling, Department of Defence


  • Have you got an Oracle user story? Share it - Complete an abstract form giving a brief overview on what you'd like to talk about for review by the Ireland Conference Committee.
  • Oracle suppliers - We have a limited number of sponsorship opportunities and exhibition space available follow the links for more information.

If you want any more details visit the conference website or get in touch with Faye directly at or on +44 (0)20 3051 0590.

* All end users, whether you are a UKOUG member or non member (including Bronze Affiliate), will be able to attend the Conference for free. Details here.