OATUG Forum Online

OATUG Forum is Now Online

Thank you to everyone who joined us live for OATUG Forum Online, April 20 through May 1, 2020. Session recordings and presentation slide decks are available to registered attendees in the OATUG Forum Online Community in The Hub.

The OATUG hosted an online event weekdays April 20 – May 1, 2020. We “lifted and shifted” hundreds of the educational sessions we’d planned for COLLABORATE to this new online event. We are excited to host OATUG Forum Online as a digital experience for Oracle Applications and Technology users to learn, connect, and grow together.

In light of global health concerns due to COVID-19, we’re all being challenged to solve problems in new ways. OATUG is here to support you; we know our educational content is critical to you and your team – now more than ever – so we’re bringing it!

In the time leading up until this virtual event, we asked you to think about how you solved a problem during the “new normal” we’ve all been faced with. The conversation continues after the event on social media with #ProblemSolved. Also include #OATUG or tag @OATUG1 in your post, and you may just win a prize or be featured in an article or interview.

Thanks to those who joined us for live webinars, training, and an opportunity to connect with the experts – from wherever you are. Exclusively for event registrants, recordings of all sessions are now available on-demand following the live event, so you can view and learn at your own pace.

Session Schedule

Weekdays between April 20 – May 1. All times in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

  • 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
  • 12 p.m.-1 p.m.
  • 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
  • 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Latest Updates

Meet the Oracle Experts is back! Learn more and set up your virtual one-on-one meeting.

What Past OATUG Forum Attendees Had to Say

I loved all the technical sessions and that there were different levels of familiarity/competence for different experience levels. For example, an overall EBS Roadmap session but then one specific to Financials that went deeper, and one on Command Center that went deeper than that.