Reasons to Attend:
Who should Attend:
1. Hear about the latest releases from Oracle
► CIOs, CFOs and those responsible for MIS Management
2. Discover better ways of using the technologies you already have in place
|► Oracle Developers|
|3. Discover innovative products and services from participating vendors||► J2EE Developers|
|4. Be advised of solutions to problems you may have||► Database Administrators & Managers|
|5. Learn about: best practices and new trends||► Enterprise Architects|
|6. Learn something new from industry experts and peers||► E-Business Suite Managers|
|7. Network with peers to pollinate new ideas and to transfer knowledge||► E-Business Suite Users|
|8. Gain insight into what other Oracle Users are doing within the Oracle space||► Academia responsible for IT related subjects|
|9. Visit share knowledge with vendors at the showcase|
|10. Two days of information, presentations and case studies from the real world and more...|
Are you unsure how to convince your manager to let you go to the conference? Then the following may help!
Remember that the cost of attending a conference is considerable. That total could include conference registration fees, travel costs, hotel, and time-away-from-work costs. It is likely your managers will want some serious justification for you to attend.
In addition to showing the benefits of the conference itself, you will also want to demonstrate that the organization should invest Professional Development dollars with you (or your team).
Here are some things you can prepare for your management to help convince them you should attend a conference or event:
We guarantee that the learning you get at the conference will be valuable (and energising). So don't leave it at the conference - share your results! Let your boss know that you will commit to a post-conference briefing for staff, senior management or your team (if they didn't attend), where you’ll highlight what you’ve learned.
Tie your learnings to your organizations long-term and short-term goals or strategic plan - it's important to show your boss that the conference wasn't just good in theory but that it gave you real, actionable solutions that you can implement for your organisation.