July 19, 2016
December 31, 2016
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EBS Answers Virtual Conference, presented by eprentise, brings together industry experts for a dynamic online event focused on Oracle E-Business Suite! Join eprentise on July 19-20, 2016, to discover the most informative educational content, latest news, best practices, key updates, and integral trends in E-Business Suite, straight from the most respected professionals in the Oracle community. Don’t miss this chance to enhance your technical knowledge, broaden your skills, collaborate with the EBS network, and connect with industry leaders!
As a 100% virtual EBS-focused conference, this two-day event is FREE to attend and will feature educational presentations eligible for continuing professional education credits, topics of interest to IT specialists at all levels. The event will be a full conference complete with multiple concurrent tracks, keynote speakers, networking sessions, an exhibit hall, live chatting, and more – all done in a virtual space from the convenience of your computer.
CPE credits will be available for a majority of sessions. Presentation themes will include features for Release 12.2, workflow setups, changing costing methods, chart of accounts, system optimization strategies, EBS user management, real-life customer case studies, and more. Detailed session offerings, speaker bios and exhibitor information will be available before the event. Visit this site often for updates.
About eprentise – Software Products for Oracle EBS Transformations – eprentise accelerates ERP simplification efforts with transformation software that makes Oracle® E-Business Suite more agile. While providing access to complete, consistent and correct data, eprentise supports changing requirements, helps lower the total cost of ownership of EBS, and enables companies to avoid a reimplementation. With eprentise software, businesses can make necessary modifications to any underlying EBS configuration, including changing charts of accounts, calendars and currencies, merging or splitting operating units or sets of books, consolidating multiple instances, and more. www.eprentise.com.