Rocela Conference Sponsor at the Scotland OUG 13th June, Linlithgow

by Linda Anderson

Rocela is delighted to announce that we are a conference sponsor for this year’s Scotland OUG on Wednesday 13th June in Oracle Linlithgow. Rocela will be in the sponsor area at our stand at the event and also, our Oracle experts in conjunction with client representatives will be presenting on the following:

Rocela/ScottishPower – ‘Real Life Experience of an E-Business Suite 12.1.3 upgrade for

Rocela – ‘Custom Extensions of Oracle E-Business Suite R12 – A Customer View’

If you have not yet registered, please go to the registration page and follow the instructions set out.

This event will provide some extremely useful opportunities for you to exchange ideas, success stories and product challenges with your industry peers, other Oracle users and IT gurus. You will also hear from specialist keynote and guest speakers, including our own speakers, who will bring you all the latest information and updates – you can see the full agenda here.

Within the sponsor area, you will get the chance to speak with leading specialists including our own Oracle experts on all things Oracle, such as R12 Upgrades, Oracle E-Business Suite Managed Services, DBA Services and enterprise application Software Asset Management.

This ‘must attend’ event for Oracle users offers a fantastic opportunity to network with other Oracle users and experts, and to learn and share experiences.

If you are interested in registering for the Scotland OUG on 13th June 2012, please go to the OUG registration page.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.


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