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OAUG Forum
April 12-16, 2015
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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COLLABORATE 15: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community

Collaboration is essential to your success. COLLABORATE 15 provides the venue for you to meet peers using Oracle products, share knowledge and get energized to achieve great results. Customize your educational agenda from hundreds of presentations and panels packed with latest information and practical tips on Oracle E-Business Suite, Fusion Applications, Hyperion, Primavera EPPM, EBS Extensions for Endeca, CRM On Demand, Siebel CRM, BI and EPM, Upgrades, Support, CRM, Financials, HCM, Application Strategy and more!

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What 2014 Attendees Had to Say

I learned a lot and enjoyed the experience!

Lots of energy and ways of networking.

I feel the size was perfect, there were great sessions to select from, and evening events made it possible to meet new people to discuss Oracle experiences.

Absolutely. OAUG educations sessions are very important and useful. We get to learn experiences from actual users. Great networking opportunities. Very good balance of user sessions Vs. Oracle sessions.

Collaborate is still the best for overall Oracle applications.
great conference to learn what is happening in the industry and the product direction.

It is probably the BEST show I have been in a long time.

Good growth opportunity, you learn a lot about new products to focus future projects on

It is a great way to get a big picture of Oracle from source while getting functional and technical insight from other experienced professionals.

Collaborate is a great opportunity to broaden your knowledge, and is good for networking.

As a manager I have made the conference a part of our overall training requirements.

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