Exclusive Live Event
10:00 AM~~6:00 PM~~(GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)~~October 2, 2017~~October 2, 2017
10:00 AM~~October 2, 2017
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Grand Hyatt San Francisco
345 Stockton Street
San Francisco CA 94108
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OAUX Exchange: See Where the Oracle Cloud User Experience is heading
If you’re investing in the Oracle Applications Cloud, you want to know where your investment is going to take your business.
See what the future of Oracle’s cloud user experience holds at the OAUX Exchange.
The Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team has talked to customers – and their employees, their sales reps, their managers, their executives, their service technicians, their shop floor employees, their financial analysts and more. We are constantly assessing how our work lives are evolving.
Come to the OAUX Exchange and see exciting user experiences in:
We will show you Oracle’s cloud user experience strategy – what’s next in the pipeline, and which emerging technologies we’re researching for the next step after that.
You'll see demos and hands-on activities that will help you re-imagine enterprise applications in the Oracle Applications Cloud.
What is the OAUX Exchange?
This in-person event offers demonstrations of the Oracle Applications Cloud user experiences. You’ll see near-future and future cloud user experiences in action, as well as a few emerging technology treats fresh from Oracle’s Gadget Lab.
What can I see?
Get a look at the UX roadmaps for Oracle HCM Cloud, SCM Cloud, ERP Cloud, and Sales Cloud. Watch demos of user experiences that range from the desktop to the smartphone to large-screen displays, and you’ll learn more about extending and tailoring Oracle applications. We’ll take you even farther along in the user experience: Check out the newest innovation projects, which focus on helping users as they go through their day. We’ll have demos showcasing emerging technologies such as machine learning, chatbots, and robotic assistants.
Participation in the OAUX Exchange requires that you read and acknowledge Oracle’s safe harbor statement.
Oracle Applications Cloud partners
Oracle ACEs and ACE Directors
Oracle-internal thought-leaders in cloud product development, sales, or from Worldwide Alliances & Channels
OAUX Cloud Exchange Map
Cloud Exchange Demo Map 1
Cloud Exchange Demo Map 2
Safe Harbor Statement
The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
Tweets about #OAUX;
(@jrwashley), Group Vice President of the Oracle Applications User Experience group, comes from an industrial design background and says he cares deeply about producing a product with a complete, useful user experience. He has built a large, multidisciplinary organization, bringing together the former user experience teams from Oracle, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel, and Agile to meet the challenges of defining and delivering the user experiences of the next generation of enterprise applications. He previously worked for Taligent and Apple Computer, and formerly supported Oracle’s business intelligence, data warehousing, and Corporate Performance Management or CPM applications. Jeremy is a member of the Design Management Institute, he is a regular contributor to the Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) and Usability Professionals' Association (UPA) conferences, and he publishes regularly on issues relating to design management. He has advanced degrees in Industrial Design and Computer-Related Design from the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.
(@mishavaughan), Senior Director, OAUX Communications & Outreach team, spearheads outreach and education initiatives for customers, thought-leaders in the Oracle sales organization, the Oracle partner ecosystem, and Oracle influencers such as analysts, Oracle ACE Directors, and the media. In the past, she led a next-generation user interface technology team, as well as a cross-acquisition (PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel, Oracle) user experience team that defined all of the user research methodologies for Oracle Fusion Applications. She has a doctorate degree in Information Science with a specialization in Human-Computer Interaction, and a master’s degree in Telecommunications, both from Indiana University at Bloomington.
(@keversca), Vice President, Oracle Applications User Experience, focuses on bringing Oracle's core design strategies of simplicity, mobility and extensibility to the cloud user experience in key product areas. The OAUX team’s design themes help refine every release of the Oracle Applications Cloud, incorporating a UX design approach of “glance, scan, commit.” She leads a team of designers, designer/developers, and product managers dedicated to evolving the experience of Oracle CX Applications, Oracle Supply Chain Management Applications, Procurement Applications, Mobile Applications and the supporting Cloud Applications that allow customers and partners to extend Cloud Applications. She has a master’s degree in International Politics with a concentration in computer science/modeling and statistics.
, (@aylinuysal) is a Senior Director for the Oracle Applications User Experience team. Her organization is responsible for the user experience in Human Capital Management (HCM) applications. She has been with Oracle since 1999, mostly supporting Human Capital Management, Student System applications, and BI Dashboards. She worked at Silicon Graphics, Inc. and SAP as a user experience designer prior to joining Oracle. She has a bachelor’s degree in industrial design and a master’s degree in computer graphics.
(@theappslab) is a Senior Director on the Oracle Applications User Experience team. He leads an emerging technologies group called the AppsLab, which is responsible for exploring new technology and examining how to incorporate it into the Oracle user experience. The work of his team often helps define the strategy for innovation in the Oracle user experience, plus it’s fun and there’s a lot of code. Which Jake thinks is cool. Follow Jake on his blog,
, to see what his team is exploring next.