The COLLABORATE 16 - IOUG Forum takes place April 10-14, 2016 at The Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) and Quest International Users Group (Quest) present COLLABORATE 16: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community. As an educational conference, COLLABORATE 16 helps users of the full family of Oracle business applications and database software gain greater value from their Oracle investments.
Created by and for customers, COLLABORATE 16 offers an expert blend of customer-to-customer interaction and insights from technology visionaries and Oracle strategists. Expand your network of contacts by interacting with Oracle customers, solutions providers, consultants, developers and representatives from Oracle Corporation at COLLABORATE 16.
Which Organizations are Represented at COLLABORATE?
Three of Oracle’s biggest and most influential users groups host COLLABORATE:
The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) represents the voice of Oracle technology and database professionals, serving database administrations, developers, application and infrastructure architects, business intelligence specialists and IT management. The IOUG is dedicated to providing education and access to its membership of more than 20,000 international Oracle professionals, with special focus on: Business Intelligence, OBIEE, Data Warehousing, Analytics, Content Management, APEX, RAC, Disaster Recovery, Exadata/Exalogic, Fusion Middleware, High Availability, Linux, MySQL, SOA, Security, Storage, Virtualization Manageability, Cloud Computing and more.
Thousands of Oracle Applications users around the world connect through the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG). They know that OAUG involvement equips them to improve efficiency, enhance problem solving and spark innovation through opportunities for education, networking and influence. The COLLABORATE 15 — OAUG Forum features applications, technology and professional development sessions for users of Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), Fusion Applications, Hyperion, Primavera EPPM, EBS Extensions for Endeca, and the Customer Experience including CRM On Demand and Siebel CRM. The OAUG Forum explores BI and EPM, upgrades, support, CRM, financials, HCM, co-existence with Fusion, application strategy and more.
Visit COLLABORATE 16 — OAUG Forum for program details and updates.
The Quest International Users Group (Quest) is a home for PeopleSoft, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, JD Edwards World, Fusion applications and Primavera users. As a worldwide community of more than 55,000 members, Quest and its affiliated user groups are a catalyst to maximize members' business investments through the power of our community, tools and experiences. Quest also provides a unified voice into Oracle for our entire family of users. The COLLABORATE 15 — Quest Forum will host hundreds of education and Special Interest Group sessions focused on these core apps and applicable edge products such as Hyperion and more. Quest also offers professional development and exclusive training opportunities.
Visit the Quest website to view education, exclusive Quest events and to register through Quest.
Gain Access to Each Organization’s Education
Your paid registration through the IOUG, the OAUG or Quest entitles you to enjoy the educational offerings of all three organizations to obtain the latest education on Oracle applications and database technology. You can choose to attend one organization’s educational sessions or benefit from other tracks being offered by the other organizations and meet new professional contacts.
Top Oracle Solution Providers in One Central Location
Network with Oracle Corporation and the top third-party Oracle solution providers in the COLLABORATE 16 Exhibitor Showcase. During exclusive showcase hours, you can conveniently visit with more than 250 key solution providers, explore how you can get the most out of your existing products and learn about others that you can integrate into your environment.
For further information, please reference the COLLABORATE 16 Frequently Asked Questions.