Group Bylaws

Article I: Name of Organization

OATUG Mobile Apps for Enterprises Special Interest Group, is a not-for-profit organization.

Article II: Purpose & Objectives

Address all Mobile Apps that work with Oracle E-Business Suite; promoting through education and training programs and events associated with its use through conferences, publications and list server; providing feedback from the user community to Oracle as a channel for recommending enhancements and influencing the future development direction; collaborating with Oracle to build Mobile Apps for Enterprises as one of the best-in-class Apps and help worldwide adoption.

Article III: Membership

Membership is open to all active OATUG members with an interest in Oracle Mobile Apps for Enterprises, with no dues for membership. 

Article IV: OATUG Affiliation

In order to maintain its affiliation with the OATUG in good standing, Mobile Apps for Enterprises SIG will:

[a]   Provide the OATUG with properly filled-up Group Affiliation Forms on an annual basis, or as required.

[b]   Subscribe to the OATUG Geo/SIG Membership Application so that OATUG can obtain members list directly or alternately provide an updated members list on an annual basis.

[c]   Promote OATUG Membership and ongoing relationship development between group members and OATUG.

[d]   Conduct at least two meetings per year with at least 10 members present. Typically, these meetings would be at the OATUG hosted conferences (e.g. Collaborate or Connection Point) and Oracle hosted conferences (e.g. Oracle Open World) respectively where meeting space is provided complimentary by the conference hosts.

[e]   Maintain group records and meeting minutes in accordance to by-laws.

Article V: Elected Officers

Mobile Apps for Enterprises SIG will be led by a Board of at least three (3) members, who will be elected by the general membership.  The Board positions will serve for a term of two years. 

Chair and Co-Chair (Coordinators)
The Chair and Co-Chair would represent Mobile Apps for Enterprises SIG respectively. The Chair and Co-Chair are responsible for developing and implementing by-laws for the group.  In this capacity, they are expected to follow all OATUG Policies and Procedures and ensure that the group maintains their good standing with the OATUG.  Additionally, the Chair and Co-Chair would be responsible for developing volunteers for the group as we as general group administration and maintenance.  The Chair and Co-Chair must be an OATUG member.

Other Board Members
Other Board Members may be assigned specific roles by the Chair and Co-Chair. For example, in the role of Treasurer, one would oversee receipt, maintenance, and disbursement of all funds of the group. The Secretary would be recording and documenting information discussed and decided upon at all meetings, publishing meeting minutes, managing the action item list, and maintaining the membership lists. The Communications Manager would manage external communication on behalf of the SIG including maintenance of the SIG web page, newsletter and other channels. The Oracle Liaison would be the point of contact between the SIG and Oracle Development team.

Article VI: Board Member Policies and Contingencies

[a]   In the event of a vacancy on the Board for any reason, the said position shall be filled by appointment of the Chair and Co-Chair for the balance of the term. 

[b]   The Board will consist of the following:

  • At least two (2) members representing end customer
  • No more than three (3) who are consultants or representatives of the same organization

[c]   Each Board Member will commit to participate in 50% of the SIG meetings and conference calls.

[d]   Each member will be fully responsible for upholding the OATUG rules.