October 20, 2010

Kscope11 - Abstracts Due

I know it's hard to believe it's already that time, but your abstracts for the ODTUG Kscope11 conference are due in only a week (on October 26).  If you want to attend Kscope11 from June 26-30, 2011, this is your chance to attend for free.  The Kscope conference is looking for presentations in the following areas of Oracle EPM and BI:
  • Financial Management Solutions
    • HFM
    • FDM
    • Disclosure Management
    • Financial Close Management
  • Planning Solutions
    • Hyperion Planning
    • Strategic Finance
    • EPMA
    • Integrated Operational Planning
  • Essbase Solutions
    • Oracle Essbase
    • ASO (Aggregate Storage)
    • Essbase Studio
    • Java API
    • HPCM
  • OBIEE Administration
    • OBIEE RPD Modeling
    • OBIEE Architecture & Administration
    • OBIEE Tuning & Optimization
    • Migration to OBIEE
    • Oracle BI Applications
  • Reporting Solutions
    • BI Publisher
    • Smart View
    • Financial Reporting
    • Answers
    • Dashboards
    • Scorecards
    • Publisher
    • Visual Explorer
    • Action Framework
  • Keeping It All Running
    • Utilities
    • Tips & Tricks
    • Tuning & Optimization
    • ODI (Oracle Data Integrator)
    • MDX
    • Scripting (Perl, JavaScript, MaxL, VBScript, PowerShell, etc.)
As you can see, if you can conceive of a presentation in the areas of Oracle BI and EPM, you should submit it by October 26th.  Whether it's sessions for developers, administrators, users, managers, or executives, there will be a great place for it at Kscope11.  There's less than a week left, so visit http://www.technicalconferencesolutions.com/pls/caat/caat_abstracts_upd.main?conference_id=81 and submit a couple of possible presentations for consideration before it's too late.

Can't wait to see you at the front of a session in 8 months in Long Beach!  It will not only be the greatest educational opportunity you'll see next year, I have it on good authority that it will be one hell of a party (erm, I mean "an excellent networking opportunity").

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