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Oracle OpenWorld 13 Outtakes: UPK Highlights and Sessions for Thursday 9/26

Oracle OpenWorld 13 Outtakes: UPK Highlights and Sessions for Thursday 9/26
If your Oracle OpenWorld goal was to learn as much as possible about Oracle’s UPK tool, then you have one more session to go! For the final Oracle UPK session of OpenWorld, UPK enthusiasts have the opportunity to get a hands-on experience in the multi-user environment.

  • 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM: Oracle User Productivity Kit: A Collaborative, Multiuser Environment [HOL10132] Marriott Marquis – Nob Hill CD PM

This session is for UPK users with more experience, and more precisely for content developers, SMEs and administrators. The main focus of the session will be multi-user best practices such as, how effectively collaborate with subject matter experts and set up a collaborative, multi-user development environment, including library organization and security as well as effective document management including check-in, check-out, versioning, and status.

Stay Productive, Stay Connected

The “P” in UPK is for “Productivity.” To make sure that your use of Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, and/or JD Edwards is productive be sure to stay connected.

Visit ITC’s UPK mini site page here and download the UPK resources sheet here.

If you are interested in learning more about UPK features and functions, visit our YouTube Channel here and check out our UPK Tutorial Series!

For those of you unable to attend the show but who still want to know more about User Productivity Kit features, functions, capabilities and the roadmap for the future, something to consider is to register for our next webcast “Oracle OpenWorld 2013 UPK Encore” that will be held on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 at 8:00 am Pacific/11 am Eastern.

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