Method Behind the Madness – Understanding Oracle Unified Methodology

 

 

Method Behind the Madness: Understanding Oracle Unified Methodology
Join us at our May 23rd webcast!
Oracle’s decade-long buying spree has radically transformed the ERP landscape. While executives now enjoy a world of choices for acquiring “best of breed” solutions, it leaves IT project managers sorting through a jumble of inconsistent methodologies and documentation strategies.

To solve this problem, Oracle released the Oracle Unified Methodology (OUM). Although OUM has been available for about a year, its still new to most of the Oracle ERP community. That’s why we’re inviting you to our webcast:

Method Behind the Madness: Understanding Oracle Unified Methodology
in conjunction with Tom Spitz
– VP of Oracle’s Global Methods organization
leading the OUM development program –
on May 23rd at 8:00 am Pacific/11:00 am Eastern
Register here >>


Join us for a high level overview of OUM that highlights specifics such as:

 

OUM’s Manage Focus, Envision Focus, and Implementation Focus Areas
How to use OUM as a flexible and scalable methodology
Terminology and definitions critical to understanding OUM
Steps for making the transition from Oracle AIM to Oracle OUM

This webcast is for ERP professionals and project managers and will last approximately 45 minutes with additional time for your questions.

Register now and reserve your spot at “Method Behind the Madness: Understanding Oracle Unified Methodology.”

Meet
the Presenters
Gustavo González

Gustavo González is an Oracle ACE and IT Convergence’s Chief Technology Officer and has led our internal Oracle team since 2006. Prior to that Gustavo worked as an Oracle end-user at companies such as Danone and Nike.

Tom Spitz

Tom Spitz is Oracle’s VP of Global Methods. Tom brings us over 30 years of IT industry experience and currently leads the OUM development program.

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