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Past Events

  • Support Global ERP Rollouts with Oracle UPK: The Diodes China Story

    Thank you for joining us yesterday at "Support Global ERP Rollouts with Oracle UPK: The Diodes China Story." The webcast was a success with excellent turn out and lots of good questions on UPK. We also thank Kathryn Lustenberger of Oracle Corporation and David Lee of Diodes, Inc. for taking their time out to share their experience and stories with us. We hope you enjoyed the webcast and, more importantly, now have a better idea how companies like yours can use Oracle UPK to support global ERP initiatives.

  • Have you decided on your EBS R12 migration strategy yet?

    This webcast is aimed at functional and technical ERP specialists, system managers, CF-levels and anyone interested in understanding the challenges and benefits of updating their environment to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.

  • Streamline Your Application Project with Oracle UPK

    We want to reach out and thank each and everyone one of you who joined us for webcast "Streamline Application Projects with Oracle UPK" webcast turnout was great and we thank all of you for asking so many great questions. As you've probably picked up on, we are an Oracle UPK fanatic because UPK really does add value at every phase of an ERP implementation cycle. And if you'd like to request for a UPK Demo or UPK Health Check simply click on the links below and we will make it happen.

  • BAM! Real Time Monitoring and Event Driven Analytics with Oracle BAM

    Thanks for joining us at our webcast "BAM! Real Time Monitoring and Event-Driven Analytics with Oracle BAM." The webcast was a success, with strong turn out for the 55 minute presentation which was followed by a brief but insightful Q and A exchange.

  • Ready to Plan your E-Business Suite R12.2 Upgrade?

    We would like to thank your for attending and participating in our webcast "Ready to Plan Your E-Business Suite R12.2 Upgrade?" The webcast drew an excellent turnout, lasted a full hour and even went into overtime thanks to a lively Q&A session.