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  • March 12, 2020 Call for papers

    Call for papers for our March 12, 2020 meeting is now open.  Meeting will be held in Louisville, KY on the Shelby Campus of University of Louisville. Deadline for presentation submissions is 5pm EST February 11, 2020. Please submit your presentation here.

    We are meeting in a different building then we have previously used on that campus.
    Address: 
    Burhans Hall
    440 N. Whittington Pkwy
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Phone: 502.852.0360

    Parking:
    Parking lots are located on the west side (left) of the building. Handicapped accessible parking spaces are on the east side (right) of the building. 
  • COLLABORATE 20 – OATUG Forum

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    COLLABORATE 20 promises to be an incredible week of education and connection to move your business forward. One week at COLLABORATE equips you with the expertise and insight needed to do your job more effectively and maximize your organization’s investments in Oracle Applications and Technology. Join us for COLLABORATE 20, April 19-23, 2020 in Las Vegas!

  • NEXT MEETING OCTOBER 18, 2019 IN INDIANAPOLIS

    Our next meeting will be October 18, 2019 in Indianapolis. We will be meeting at The Wellington, Fishers Banquet and Conference Center.The meeting agenda and a list of presentation abstracts are now available.  Please check our website for additional information or subscribe to our e-mail list here

    You can register for the event here.

  • Ohio Valley OAUG is now known as Ohio Valley 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.