The CONNECT 2015 Conference, taking place from 20-22 September 2015 in Cape Town, is an excellent platform for new and existing Oracle users to interact.
At the event, Oracle users will discover new ways to optimise their systems and learn from other user experiences.
“Many people are looking for an Oracle-based solution for their business,” said Robert Walker, event organiser and director of Jukwaa Group.
“The CONNECT 2015 Conference is an ideal platform to showcase the product to a new market.”
Over 500 members of the user community, as well as those interested in Oracle, will be presented with a user-driven programme, focusing on the latest Oracle developments.
The conference will present new solutions and user-developed best practices that highlight an ever-evolving thought leading process.
“This year, the conference will be very user-based and focus on user-sourced presentations that provide a platform for users to interact,” said Walker.
Attendees can expect discussions from the following top speakers:
- Abdul Rahman Al Thehaiban – Oracle Middle East & Africa Vice President
- Matthew Banks – Customer Experience Management: Global Leader
- Duncan Harvey – Oracle EMEA Head of Core Technology
- Dr Nadia Bendjedou – Oracle Corporation Senior Director of Product Strategy and Applications Development
- Ryk Neethling – motivational speaker and Olympic gold medallist
These knowledge-sharing presentations will be user-driven, with real-world examples and references, and will allow for audience interaction and participation.
They will also illustrate unique applications of Oracle technology to enhance processes and provide solutions.
“Oracle is at its most exciting period to date, focusing on the Cloud and revolutionising the way the world will do business – in pursuit of digital transformation,” said Kevin Attard, Oracle country leader South Africa, who will also be presenting.
Making vital connections within the Oracle industry is a key benefit of attending the CONNECT 2015 Conference, with various networking functions to facilitate this.
The agenda will also focus on opportunities for debate and discussion amongst delegates, including the CONNECT 2015 Networking Lounges and the Business Matchmaking Programme.
“The CONNECT 2015 conference will be more user-based than ever, providing many excellent networking opportunities,” said Walker.
Everyone interested in Oracle products will leave CONNECT 2015 with new strategies, ideas, and contacts to take their optimisation programmes to the next level.
To view the full agenda and register, visit www.connectconference.co.za
This article was published in partnership with Jukwaa Group.