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 Strategy, 7 Myths, 5 Trends – who should I believe?
- Veronica Silva, Hitachi Consulting, Actual Labor Costing in Oracle Projects 12.2: An Overview
- Brendan Tierney, Oralytics.com, 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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