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  • OATUG Forum Online

    OATUG Forum Online

    There’s a lot of uncertainty right now – you may even have projects on hold as a result of current world events. But the need to learn and remain relevant amid today’s global situation doesn’t stop. We invite you to participate in our first-ever OATUG Forum Online, a virtual conference packed with 200 educational sessions, happening weekdays, April 20 - May 1 – with a schedule that delivers high impact education while still leaving plenty of time in your work day for the other things demanding your time.

    This online event will feature education that we’ve lifted and shifted from COLLABORATE 20, and the content will be current to today’s needs. Many sessions will reflect updated business strategies to share how they’re adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • NOOATUG WINTER BUSTER EVENT ON 2/6/20

    2020 General Session

    Thursday, February 6th 2020

    VENUE:

    Fat Heads Brewery Middleburg Heights

    17450 Engle Lake Drive

    Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

    Agenda

    4:00 – 4:30 PM       Registration, Lunch & Networking

    4:30 – 4:45 PM       NOOATUG News

    4:45 – 5:45 PM       WOW!! That was an Oracle EBS point release upgrade?

    Presenters:           Laurie Lee, IT Business Analyst, Sue Snyder, GFSS QCOE Manager, Jim Gorka, IT Solution Architect

    Never underestimate an Oracle EBS point release upgrade. Learn how Eaton worked through the upgrade of a highly complex Oracle EBS environment from 12.2.4 to 12.2.8.  Presentation will cover the following topics:

    • Original scope, methodology, tools utilized to analyze changes and their impact, and the testing strategy
    • Lessons learned from an upgrade of an on-premise, multi-org, multi-language, diversified industrial shared service center environment
    • Impact on Localizations, Modules and Languages configurations and functionality

    5:45 – 6:15 PM       Break & Networking

    6:15 – 7:00 PM       How to successfully Implement Oracle Cloud Applications (SaaS) Or Move Apps Unlimited to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

    Presenters:  Anantha Kondalraj, Oracle Solutions Lead

    Attend this session to understand how the implementation of Oracle Cloud Applications (SaaS) enabled Fujitsu’s client to move from manual to automated end-to-end business processes. The roadmap and journey to cloud was achieved using a co-existence model and multiple phases to reach the desired outcomes. Client was assisted with business process re-engineering to enable the users to access real-time information and reporting through inbuilt analytics and OTBI solution embedded in the applications.

    Not ready for SaaS? Learn about Apps Unlimited and how to leverage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to retain your existing Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) investments and achieve the benefits associated with the Cloud Platform.

    This session will include real-world journeys and the benefits realized by moving to Oracle Cloud Applications and the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

     

    7:00 PM                 Closing Comments & Adjourn

            

    THE FIRST 50 TO REGISTER WILL ALSO BE INCLUDED IN THE DRAWING FOR A FREE PAIR OF APPLE AIR PODS!    

     

    Register here!    

    Scott Jackson

    (330)-554-9317

  • SAVE THE DATE FOR A FUN FILLED NOOATUG EVENT – FEBRUARY 6TH AT FAT HEADS BREWERY

    Join us at NOOATUG’s 2020 Winter Event!

    Where:      Fat Head's Brewery

                      17450 Engle Lake Drive

                      Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

                      (216)-898-0242 

    When:       Thursday, February 6th, 2020
                     4:00 - 8:00 PM

     MORE DETAILS AND REGISTRATION LINK ARE COMING SOON!

  • Northern Ohio OAUG is now known as Northern Ohio OATUG

    OAUG announced at COLLABORATE19 that they are now known as OATUG which means Oracle Applications and Technology Users Group.

    Why the change? It was determined that 40% of all sessions, webinars, and meetups are 40% technology content driven therefore the word technology was added to the name.

    In the coming months all GEO's and SIG's websites will reflect the new naming convention. For more information on OATUG’s name change, please see the following message from OATUG President, Doug Manning.