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Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Warm-Up with UPK SIG Meetings

Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Warm-Up with UPK SIG Meetings
Today, at Oracle OpenWorld, on the schedule of the UPK enthusiasts are the UPK Special Interest Group (SIG) Meetings:

Quest UPK SIG Meeting [SIG9203] Moscone West – 2011 at 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
OAUG UPK SIG Meeting [SIG9649] Moscone West – 2016 at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Quest and OAUG UPK SIG Meetings are interactive sessions focused on Oracle User Productivity Kit users and the tool functions. The meetings will be led by Jordan Collard, IT convergence’s Practice Manager and the President of the two SIGs.

During the session, the audience will be divided in different focus groups. The selected areas to be covered by the focus groups, this year will include new and advanced UPK users, Knowledge Center and UPK testing capabilities. Each of the groups will be addressing and discussing various questions in order to facilitate communication and improve collaboration among the UPK community. The goal of the meeting is to present and share the findings of each focus group with the audience.

Whether at OpenWorld 13 on Not – Stay Connected!

Visit us at booth #1027 and schedule a UPK demo!

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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