UK Oracle User Group

JDE15 Call for Papers: Have you heard about the new deadline?

19 May 2015

We have extended our Call for Papers process for #ukoug_jde15 until midnight (BST) May 26th!

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Due to popular demand we have decided to give you a little more time to get your abstracts in for UKOUG JD Edwards Conference & Exhibition 2015.

Whether your a seasoned professional or you're looking to boost your professional profile within the JD Edwards industry, presenting at this event could be for you. All we need is a 2000 character abstract on any JDE topic you think could inspire the community, as well as a few details on your target audience. 

With submissions from partner companies such as Quistor, All Out Security, Boelly Mill Software and Differentia Consulting, you can get involved and boost your company profile by encouraging your staff and customers to submit. With end user experiences presented at this event, you can use your successful customer stories, to show delegates the potential of your business. 

                                           Submit an Abstract JDE15

With no topic boundaries this year, presentations for both the 50 minute sessions as well as the shorter 20 minute Knowledge Bite sessions, on any given JDE topic.

Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
  Innovative use of new JDE functions available in the 9s 
  JDE projects that have made a difference to your customers bottom line 
  Integration with cloud solutions
  Cloud versus hosted or on-premise installation
  Customising UX for enhanced operator efficiency

With only one week left to get your abstract in, submit yours and encourage your customers to do the same, to ensure this key annual event for the JDE community! For more tips on how to get your name onto this years agenda, as well as more information on our Knowledge Bite sessions visit the website.

And don't forget to keep your eyes peeled for the registration and agenda launch in July!

Get submitting before midnight (BST) on May 26th!

We'd love to get your feedback on this; you'll need a UKOUG login to provide it, so if you don't have one, please click on 'create a web profile' first.