COLLABORATE 20: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community

Presenter Information

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Presenter Information - Call for Presentations Closed

The COLLABORATE 20 — OATUG Forum call for presentations is closed.

Thank you to everyone who submitted a presentation proposal for consideration. Presentation evaluation is underway, and selected presenters will be notified the week of November 18, 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact .

Calling All User Presenters

In order to encourage more presentations from everyday users of Oracle Applications, accepted user presenters have the option of whether to submit a formal white paper or add detailed notes to the PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint presentation is due at 11:59 p.m. EST on February 28, 2020, for each accepted user session in order to qualify for a free conference registration.

Consultants, presenters from organizations that provide products or services that complement and enhance Oracle Applications and/or OATUG Associate Members are required to submit a PowerPoint with notes or White Paper along with a PowerPoint presentation for each accepted session in order to qualify for a free or discounted conference registration.

If unclear, determination of user status will be resolved by the 2020 Conference Committee.

Oracle Employee Presenters

Oracle employees interested in speaking at COLLABORATE will not submit via the Call for Presentations. Please submit your session to your Oracle Product Lead and inform them you would like to present at COLLABORATE 20.

Please email OATUG speaker programs if you are unclear on who your product lead is.

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Vendor Awareness Sessions

Reach a targeted audience of customers by sponsoring a Vendor Awareness Session in a meeting room near the education sessions. Deliver a 60-minute showcase of why your product or service is the best in the marketplace. A lead retrieval unit captures attendance details for post-event marketing efforts.

Please email OATUG Speaker Programs for information.

What Past Attendees Had to Say

Bring a team from a broad range of functional areas; that way you get to get a combined view of the whole picture.