Pac NW Roundtable for Public Sector
New Dates for the Joint Seminars in the Northwest
Portland, OR on April 18, 2012
Seattle, WA on April 19, 2012
We are all faced with the Same Issues:
More services and Less budget
In these unstable economic times we're all faced with the same issues, why not gather together and share experiences and learn from one another?
Our most valuable learning comes from sharing best practices and applying knowledge to real-world experiences.
Join your hosts AST and Oracle, along with your peers in the Public Sector industry, in an informal forum designed for networking, discussing issues, sharing information, and increasing your knowledge of Oracle products and services. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and listen to Oracle experts and State and Local government peers from both Washington and Oregon who are using Oracle applications and technology.
The conferences will be held in Portland March 29th and Seattle on March 30th beginning 9:00am.
A detailed agenda, directions and online registration are available through the links above. Please contact Paul Flynn or Stacie Henn for more information.
We look forward to seeing you and working together at the conference. Thank you.
Who Should Attend?
The Pacific NW Public Sector User Conference is for State and Local users of all Oracle applications and technology. The presentations and networking opportunities will be valuable to functional and technical staff as well as departmental heads and managers. We recommend that professionals from Finance, Purchasing, Training, HR, and IT staff who support them attend this conference.
The conference will be valuable for all the Pacific NW State and Local organizations by providing helpful, real-world solutions to issues we face every day. Attendees will also have the opportunity to see new features and new releases of Oracle applications, Fusion, and the latest technology advancements. Now, more than ever, we must work together to provide quality, cost effective solutions to our unique State and Local users.