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Prōject to present at 2012 UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) conference

Prōject is pleased to confirm the following 4 presentations at this year’s UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) conference.

Extending the E-Business Suite User Interface by Barry Goodsell

Oracle E-Business Suite has two quite distinct User Interfaces, the Professional Forms and the Web Forms, each built with different technologies. Using the various Personalization options, you can alter the way that both of these User Interfaces work, but what if you want to create completely new functionality?

In this presentation Barry will examine the various options that are available for extending the User Interface in Oracle E-Business Suite. He will look at the pros and cons of developing UI extensions in Oracle Forms, APEX, OA Framework (OAF) and Application Development Framework (ADF).

Configuring UK VAT using eTax in R12 by Chris Edwards

R12 eTax offers extensive flexibility. When correctly configured tax is calculated efficiently and accurately. The downside to this flexibility is the complexity involved in configuring your eBusiness Tax. This presentation will focus on UK VAT including an example of how an actual VAT regulation would be interpreted in eBusiness Tax and the pitfalls to avoid.

Getting the most out of the BI Applications at Arriva by Robin Harris

Do you have any Oracle BI Applications? Are you getting the most out of your investment? Customers can encounter many challenges with BI Applications, such as spurious figures in dashboards, long standing support issues and poor performance. This presentation explains how Arriva, an Oracle OnDemand customer, partnered Prōject to help them realize the full benefits of the BI Applications.

Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Specialisms, its importance to Oracle end user organisations when selecting consulting partners by Andrew Butchart

Oracle Partner Network (OPN) has moved away from classifying Oracle Partners as having Certified or Partner status to being specific about their area of expertise or specialism. Consultancies and consultants become recognised by Oracle for their specialized services by demonstrating their specific skills, experience and client references. Specialisms empower customers seeking value added solutions.

Prōject will also have a stand at this years event.

The UKOUG conference

Date: 3rd-5th December 2012

Location: ICC, Birmingham, UK.

The UKOUG Conference 2012 will attract over 1700 attendees from the UK and internationally. Spanning three days and featuring over 250 presentations which range from end-users telling their war stories to Oracle unveiling the latest product roadmaps.

Over the last 20 years – thanks to a consistently cutting-edge agenda, captivating speakers and an exhibition hall packed with Oracle partners – it has become a must-attend event for anyone with a professional interest in Oracle’s products and applications and attracts attendees with a variety of skill and experience, from those just starting out to the Oracle Gurus.

3 Jul 2012 by Ellen Draper