See You at Kscope 13

Kscope 13 (#kscope13), ODTUG’s (@odtug) annual conference begins in less than two weeks. I know, it sneaked up on me too.

If you happen to be making the trip to New Orleans for the show, which runs June 23-27, and you feel like getting up early on Monday morning, I’ll be speaking with Jeremy Ashley, the head of Applications User Experience.

So, why not come by our session, sip your coffee and hear about Fusion Applications as a platform for new experiences?

Here’s the skinny:

Oracle Fusion & Cloud Applications: A Platform for Building New User Experiences

Monday, June 24, 2013, Session 1, 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Do your users keep bringing new gadgets to work? Not just the latest tablets and smartphones, but wearable smart devices, and even cyborg-like glasses? Your users are no longer tied to their PCs, and neither are enterprise applications. See how Oracle’s Applications User Experience team is bringing Fusion Applications data to new devices and platforms. Find out what technology trends we are paying attention to, and what our own applications developers are exploring for the future.

Yeah, it’s at 8:30 AM, but you’ll be starting your Kscope 13 with a hot topic.

Thanks to Sten Verstli (@stenvesterli) for inspiring the title. Sten attended a super-secret AUX event at HQ last month, organized and hosted by Misha (@mishavaughan), and wrote the following:

Yesterday, the Oracle UX team hosted a confidential (strictly no photography!) event demoing some of the new stuff they are working on. If I told you the details I’d have to kill you, but what I can say is this: The future of ERP is as a platform, not an application.

I think that nicely encapsulates a lot of what I’ve been doing lately, so I borrowed it. Thanks Sten.

Anyway, if you’re planning your schedule for Kscope 13 and need a reason to get up early on Monday, come by our session, and even if you don’t make it, find me at show and say hi.

Always enjoy meeting readers IRL.




  1. @Oliver: Always nice to see external folks validate your thinking. Blog looks good. Last time I checked it was just getting started.

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