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Meet Jeff Robbins, director of PeopleSoft Strategy at Apps15

Meet Jeff Robbins, director of PeopleSoft Strategy at Apps15

13 November 2015

UKOUG Applications Conference & Exhibition 2015 can provide you with all the essential Oracle information you need to prepare effectively for 2016.

We are delighted to announce Jeff Robbins, Senior Director, PeopleSoft Strategy, Oracle will be presenting his Cloud session from OpenWorld at 13:50 - 14:40 on Tuesday 8th December.

He will be discussing how the new PeopleSoft cloud deployment architecture can help customers and partners achieve higher service levels and greater automation, and apply maintenance with less downtime.

Once registered you can also arrange a one-to-one meeting with Jeff on Wednesday.

Plus, there is lots more on offer for PeopleSoft delegates including:

 Take part in an interactive and dynamic session on PeopleSoft banking showcasing the main advantages & benefits of becoming more automated through the Financial Gateway & your banking partner
 Hear an Oracle DBA’s story on implementing PeopleTools 8.54, what are the benefits and drawbacks?
 Discover what's new in PeopleSoft Global Payroll, how to leverage the new technologies and what you need to know about the new legislative updates that are coming your way
 Attend a live demo of PeopleSoft Test Framework (PTF) and learn how to use PTF to record, modify, execute, report and reuse tests for various projects ranging from implementation to upgrade to bundles and PUM updates
 Find out how the University of Cambridge implemented a mobile enabled student self service offering, hear their journey of evolution from initial goals, approach taken, student requirements and a demonstration of the delivered mobile product


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To attend any of the conferences in the most cost effective way is to be a member, speak to our membership team to find out about any exclusive offers they have running. Visit the registration page to find out how to redeem your membership entitlement or how to join. 

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