Talent Strategy: Winning the Oracle Game

When:  Nov 30, 2022 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (ET)
Expert IT talent like you is becoming scarce for organizations running Oracle software. Changes in the workforce are creating a real challenge for customers to retain expert talent as qualified IT experts in Oracle software are either retiring or flocking to something new. Competing with this, innovation is creating a need for new skills, and the pool of experts is still very small.

This webinar is a ‘must attend’ if you have asked yourself any of the questions below:

• Oracle experts who understand legacy systems are becoming rarer. What is your plan for ensuring you have access to these skills when you need them?
• As innovation and digital projects become priorities to the business, what alternatives would you choose if you could bring in the right skills at the right time?
• What lengths are you going through to retain and hire hard-to-find Oracle skillsets?

• As the tech talent shortage affects your company, is your skill set among the rare ones needed to support Oracle applications?
• As your company innovates, will it become necessary for you to reskill in order to support Oracle applications that move to the cloud? How will you keep your skills relevant?

Learning Objectives:
IT leaders
-understand alternatives for getting the right skilled talent when you need them
-how to most efficiently use your staff skillset

IT practitioners
-understand how to keep your skills relevant as the ERP landscape changes

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Presented by:
@Pat Phelan - VP Market Research, Rimini Street ​​​​​​​

Learn more in this OATUG Blog Post


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