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The 3 Must-Attend EBS Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2018

by | October 3, 2018

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The 3 Must-Attend EBS Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2018

It’s almost time for Oracle’s most anticipated event of the year, Oracle OpenWorld conference. Every year’s OpenWorld seems even more content-packed than the previous one. Therefore, planning your agenda and penciling in key sessions and booths has never been more important.

 

Whether you are just planning your move to the cloud, in the midst of upgrading your Oracle E-Business Suite or developing new EBS applications, this year’s OpenWorld is your best chance to get face-to-face with both product managers and peer users. Grab this opportunity to learn and influence the EBS product roadmap. This will help you deliver the most engaging user experiences through agile and intelligent business applications.

 

 

Also, if you’ve always wondered how to avoid the risk of Oracle EBS application change without slowing down, stop by the Panaya booth #2906 We’ll be happy to help you emulate what the most innovative companies are doing to accelerate application change delivery. In the meantime, here are the top three sessions we thought are not to be missed by Oracle EBS users.

How to Improve Employee Engagement with Mobile Applications

Employees today expect to access their HR data anywhere and anytime. Oracle Mobile Self-Service Human Resources for Oracle E-Business Suite is all about engaging employees. Come to this session to learn how this user-friendly platform has the power to give your employees the flexibility to be informed and perform simple actions. See how employees can view and update their personal and employment information, such as their home address or absence details, see their payslip or W-2 or even model their pay, learn new courses, submit their time cards, and much more. See how managers can easily initiate employee assignment updates, and view work history and pending transactions for their team, as well as many other useful tasks.

 

Hosted by: Subbu Kuttetira, Sr Director, HCM Product Development, Oracle

When: Tuesday, Oct 23, 4:45 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Where: Moscone North – Room 21

 

Top Practices to Accelerate Oracle EBS Releases

When it comes to implementing change to your Oracle EBS platform – whether on-premise or cloud, meeting growing business demands on time always seems to conflict with the risk involved in making changes.

As business processes now span across multiple platforms, delivering software change quickly and safely is becoming more complex. It requires updated practices. This includes how you mitigate risk before going ahead with the change. Ensuring the quality of change before go-live is equally important.

In this session, you will hear best practices and practical solutions. Learn how to take a proactive approach to EBS change delivery. Save 30-50% of effort and risk with impact analysis and risk-based testing. 

 

Join this session to learn about:

  • The latest trends to remove bottlenecks and accelerate testing cycles
  • End-to-end test management and execution for Oracle testing
  • Increasing user adoption with effortless, smart test management and execution
  • The best business process testing tool to replace traditional testing tools such as OATS and Micro Focus ALM

 

Hosted by: Rafi Kretchmer, EVP Marketing, Panaya

When: Wednesday, October 24, 10:45 AM

Where: Moscone South

Accelerate Your Digital Business

Today, many service providers and large enterprises are looking to develop deeper customer and prospect insights to engage them through new digital channels and rapidly launch, efficiently deliver, and flexibly monetize new digital services that are both relevant and personalized. In this session learn how Oracle’s market-leading digital business experience platform can help you pragmatically transform and launch new digital services with continued innovation—and no business model limitations—all from Oracle Cloud.

 

Hosted by: Elmar Rode and Leonard Sheahan, Oracle

When: Monday, Oct 22, 4:45 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Where: Park Central (Floor 2) – Metropolitan II

 

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