Collaborate 2015 Session

I am very excited to participate in COLLABORATE 15: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, April 12-16. I would love to see you there, too! Here are five reasons you should register now for this exciting conference.

  • COLLABORATE offers cost-effective training and professional development for your entire team. Three independent Oracle Applications users groups, IOUG, OAUG and Quest, source educational content from across their communities to deliver the best education and networking for functional, technical and hybrid users.
  • 1250+ education sessions and panel discussions deliver lessons and best practices from the real world on how to enhance the performance of your Oracle Applications. Visit to search the schedule for the most relevant topics to your role and organization.
  • As part of that exciting agenda, I will be presenting! I will be speaking on April 14, 2015 from 14:00-15:00 – Technical Modifications to Compress Period End Close R12.1.3
  • World-renowned thought leaders, such as Erik Wahl, presenting the concept of UNthink: rethink your life as a blank canvas of limitless opportunity. Erik was named by the editors of MeetingsNet as one of the “Top 10 Speakers of 2014.”
  • Networking with others who “speak your language” and face your same daily challenges. Gather experience, real lessons learned, dozens of ideas, new approaches and alternative solutions that you can put into action immediately.

Register early to take advantage of attractive early-bird discounts, available only through February 25. For registration information and the latest updates on COLLABORATE 15, visit


I look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!


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