UK Oracle User Group

Welcome writers!

1 September 2014

You have found the Oracle Scene editorial team's latest call for content submissions for our December edition, along with where to send your articles.

If you’re new to Oracle Scene, you may want to know more about our publication by visiting our free digital edition. You can also browse our writers' guidelines and editorial calendar.

If you have an idea that is outside of our call for submissions and want to send us an unsolicited query or article, send it to

We’re looking for functional and technical content on topic areas within the following categories and are particularly keen to receive customer accounts of upgrades and implementations detailing how you did it, issues you encountered, how you overcame them and your successes/lessons learnt:

  • Application Strategy & Services
  • Asset Lifecycle Management
  • Big Data
  • Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing/EPM
  • Cloud/Mobile
  • CRM/CX
  • Database
  • Database Architecture
  • Database Migration
  • Database Administration
  • Development
  • Engineered Systems
  • Financial Modules
  • Human Capital Management
  • Master Data Management
  • Middleware
  • Oracle Applications/ Fusions Applications
  • Operating Systems
  • Performance Tuning
  • Professional Development
  • Project Management
  • RAC
  • Sales Order Fulfilment
  • Security Risk/Compliance
  • Sourcing/Procurement
  • Supply Chain/Manufacturing

Submission Information

Deadline: Friday 3rd October

If you plan to submit by the deadline, please email Brigit Wells with a brief description of your article.

Completed articles should be sent to with a short bio, your company name, job title and a high resolution photograph of the author. 

Articles up to approximately 5 pages in length are best. As a guide, one page of text (no images) is approximately 550 words.

Submit all content to including a biography (max 100 words), company name, job title, and high resolution photo of the author(s).

Please note: All imagery and graphics supplied with the article should be supplied minimum 300 dpi in order to reproduce successfully in print.

Publication month: December (in time for our Applications and Technology conferences)

If you have any questions please feel free to contact:  

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