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UK Oracle User Group calls for business case studies

Customers invited to showcase their experience of Oracle at major user conference

The UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) is calling for customer case studies for its largest, independent user conference in the UK.

Potential speakers have just a few weeks to submit their abstracts for the annual Oracle Technology and E-Business Suite conference.

Topics to be covered at the conference include business intelligence, business strategy, Fusion, middleware, Oracle E-Business Suite, MySQL and emerging technologies. The UKOUG is looking for papers ranging from new product overviews to in-depth product analysis, as well as real life business experiences.

Presenting at the conference allows users to share their Oracle knowledge, as well as raise their personal profile in the UKOUG community. They will also be able to receive feedback from delegates on their presentation content.

"As always, the UKOUG conference excels by bringing together the great minds of Oracle technology in an environment that not only has formal presentation sessions, but the ability to interact on a one-to-one basis.

"If you are looking for good value for your training budget, you must consider the UKOUG conference," said Grant Ronald, Oracle ACE.

The deadline for submissions is 12:00 GMT 1 June 2012, and abstracts can be submitted here.

The UKOUG's Oracle Technology and E-Business Suite conference will take place from 3-5 December 2012 at the ICC in Birmingham, UK.

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