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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.

  • Welcome To Our New Vendor/Sponsorship Director - Melody Benabou!

    Many of you know Melody from how many times her company, NexInfo, has sponsored so many of our events and lunches.  Now she has graciously offered to join our group to bring her wealth of industry expertise to the Southwest Region and build our membership even further.
      We welcome aboard, Melody, as a new Vendor and Sponsorship Director, helping to connect with each and every one of you wonderful sponsors out there that help keep SROATUG's conferences free-of-charge (for over 25 years!) and enjoying the best content available to our local region.
  • SROATUG Summer 2020 Conference

    Back by popular demand!

    Thursday, July 30, 2020 at LAX Crowne Plaza

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  • Southwest Regional OAUG is now known as Southwest Regional 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.