With Oracle OpenWorld just a week away, it’s time to start planning how you’ll maximize your time in San Francisco!
What challenges are you facing in your business? What are you hoping to achieve? What are the roadblocks preventing you from reaching that future state? Breakthrough starts at Oracle OpenWorld. It’s where solutions and successes begin — where experts, customers, and peers from around the world come together in one place to discuss what works.
From educational sessions to hands-on labs, keynotes, and networking in The Exchange, where do you begin?
Start with the Schedule Builder! Browse thousands of available sessions by keyword, topic, job role, products and solutions, industry, customer stories, and more! When you find one you’re interested in, just click the “+” next to the time and date to add it to your personal schedule for the week. First thing’s first: Add these AST exclusive sessions to your calendar before they fill up!
- [CON2731] A Public Sector Special Interest Group Perspective of Migration to Oracle Cloud – Tuesday, 9/17 at 12:30 PM PT in Moscone West, Room 2009A
- [CAS3477] Powering Financial Reporting with Oracle Financial Consolidation & Close Cloud – Tuesday, 9/17 at 4:15 PM PT in Moscone West, Room 2024B
- [CON6403] Oracle Analytics and Artificial Intelligence at Scale with the State of Maine – Wednesday, 9/18 at 4:45 PM PT in Moscone South – Room 151C
Between sessions, visit AST (booth 923) and hundreds of other partners and vendors in The Exchange at Moscone South. Outside of the myriad opportunities for learning and networking, OpenWorld offers exciting event highlights, such as a movie night at Oracle Park, FitFest.19, CloudFest.19, ballpark tours, a scavenger hunt, and more!
There is no shortage of things to do, learn, see, and experience at OpenWorld – how will you spend your week? We’re most excited about connecting with other experts and executives in our field and learning about breakthrough innovations that are changing the technology around us every day.
What are you looking forward to the most?