Extending the Value of Oracle CRM On Demand Through Cloud-Based Extensibility

About the session:

Let us focus on our next topic: ‘Extending the Value of Oracle CRM On Demand Through Cloud-Based Extensibility’. With cloud platform, Oracle’s cloud offerings include a rich portfolio of On Demand applications providing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Oracle’s cloud services strategy is extremely flexible and is a better choice to its customers. With its new releases Oracle has been ensuring better and better end-user satisfaction.

Snapshot of the session:

To give you a brief, this session will speak more about:

1) How Oracle provides its customers with complete choice and confidence when it comes to their cloud strategy.

2) How oracle has extended this strategy across its broad portfolio of business applications, middleware, database, and now hardware technologies.

Our Expert’s View Point:

Mr. Naga, our R & D Director is of the opinion that, “Most of the Tech savvy companies are rapidly moving towards cloud for some of their operations, if not all. Every application that can be imagined is on the cloud including the super security requirement applications. As a result, it makes a lot of sense to extend the cloud apps with the other cloud based apps creating a complete ecosystem on cloud.

What Oracle is consistently doing is opening more and more opportunities with their CRM Releases and making it more sophisticated to integrate it with online and offline systems. It is not just a technical solution, but an added business value.”

Naga expects the session to have in-depth discussions on this key question: How to extend/ integrate cloud CRM, to other cloud solutions, using cloud architecture?

Session Details

Date: 6th Oct, 2011 Thursday

Time: 12:00 PM, Moscone West – 2005


  • Nishant Dange

CRM Program Manager

Siemens Corporation

  • Sam Sanderson


Sales Technology Insperity, Inc.

  • Jeff Lumsden

Senior Manager,

CRM On Demand Product Management


To register:

If, interested you can register by clicking the following link: http://www.oracle.com/openworld/register/packages/index.html

For more information, please visit: http://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html

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