CHICAGO, IL (PRWEB) May 30, 2004
The North Central Oracle Applications User Group (NCOAUG) announces its 10th Anniversary Summer 2004 Training Day to be held on Friday, August 13, 2004 at Harper College, in Palatine, IL. This FREE, one-day event offers a full agenda of the latest information on Oracle Applications, including in-depth training and information tracks designed to bring users up to date on application functionality, enhancements and implementation techniques. In addition, the NCOAUG 2004 Training Day will feature module overviews, industry specific breakout sessions, demonstrations at the Oracle Campground, vendor exhibits and presentations.
Dave Herrington, NCOAUG Event Director and DARC Chairman & CEO, commented, "We are proud to be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of NCOAUG with a new automated event registration system, making it easier to register and participate as an attendee, presenter or exhibitor. There will be a wide variety of valuable presentations that will help Oracle users continue to stay on top of the constantly improving Oracle Applications."
NCOAUG Summer 2004 Training Day will include multiple tracks presented each hour. Topics will range from new directions of Oracle, DBA and tuning issues, to new toolsets and user interfaces, installations and upgrades, special customizations, and functional issues. In addition, presentations on a variety of applications products -- from Financials, Manufacturing and Projects, to CRM, Web Apps and E-Commerce -- will be scheduled.
Summer Training Day 2004 will begin at 8:00am and run until approximately 5:00pm on August 13. Registration is required for this event; to register, visit http://www.ncoaug.org. Training Day 2004 will be held at Harper College which is located at 1200 W. Algonquin Road, Palatine, IL, a suburb of Chicago.
NCOAUG was established in 1994 as the North Central geographic region of the Oracle Applications User Group. Currently NCOAUG has over 2,300 registered members from around North America and maintains free membership. The mission of NCOAUG is to inform and educate their members on current and future Oracle Applications, while offering a forum of peers for sharing experience and knowledge in the enterprise technology realm.
For more information, please visit http://www.ncoaug.org.
NCOAUG contact: Event Director, Dave Herrington, at (312) 338-5000, ext. 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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