ODTUG Members: Save $1,000 at MBX 2020

It’s no secret that Oracle’s business has become cloud focused. Many customers have already embraced the power of SaaS offerings, whether as a complement to traditional on-premises systems or the heart of mission functionality. Mounting success stories (and a few cautionary tales) make these systems of the future harder to ignore. This spring, there’s an easy way to learn more about the potential these solutions offer and how to benefit professionally and personally from implementation.

Modern Business Experience (MBX) is Oracle’s largest annual cloud applications conference. Previously spread across multiple smaller events, this year’s conference brings CX, ERP/EPM, HR, and SCM together. Attendees may choose to stay within a single focus area or sample different kinds of content relevant to their interests.

The volume and quality of content and confirmed speakers are enough to warrant registration. Details on programming activities are still being announced, but there’s a clear mix of thought leader sessions and best practices interlaced with innovations in AI, chatbots, machine learning, and behavioral analytics. Peers and industry experts will share transformation stories on stage, in panels, and during meetups. Attendees will explore enabling technology through workshops, roadmap discussions, demos, and access to product developers.

Pre- and post-conference training is also part of the event. Organizers have built in time for both scheduled and spontaneous networking. Wellness activities will be offered throughout the four days, and Oracle is planning a Chicago-style customer appreciation event unlike any offered before.

MBX takes place at Chicago’s McCormick Place West, March 23–26, 2020. A limited number of passes are available for $995 with code ODTUG, saving you half off the onsite rate. Register soon and plan to visit our booth at the MBX Hub.


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