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Almost thirty years ago, Larry Ellison saw an opportunity other companies missed when he came across a description of a working prototype for a relational database and discovered that no company had committed to commercializing the technology. Ellison and his co-founders, Bob Miner and Ed Oates, realized there was tremendous business potential in the relational database model--but they may not have realized that they would change the face of business computing forever.
(Nasdaq: ORCL) is still at the head of the pack.
technology can be found in nearly every industry around the world and in the offices of 98 of the Fortune 100 companies.
is the first software company to develop and deploy 100 percent internet-enabled enterprise software across its entire product line: database, business applications, and application development and decision support tools.
is the world's leading supplier of software for information management, and the world's second largest independent software company.
has always been an innovative company. It was one of the first companies to make its business applications available through the internet--today, that idea is pervasive. Now
is committed to making sure that all of its software is designed to work together--the suite approach--and other companies, analysts, and the press are beginning to acknowledge that
is right. What's in store for tomorrow? We will continue to innovate and to lead the industry--while always making sure that we're focused on solving the problems of the customers who rely on our software.
Oracle Opens Registration for Oracle OpenWorld(r) San Francisco 2006
Conference Programming Will Help Customers Get More Information, More Results
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., 24-MAY-2006 Oracle
today opened registration for
OpenWorld(r) San Francisco 2006, to be held October 22-26 at Moscone Center. Additionally, attendees will also be able to register for a new program launching this year for developers, Oracle Develop. Oracle Develop will help attendees advance their development skills and expand their knowledge at expert-led, in-depth technical sessions, hands-on labs, advanced how-tos, and detailed tutorials.
"Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco offers our customers and partners a highly-charged, educational experience to learn about the latest technology, applications, and solutions to help them get more from their business," said Tania Weidick, Senior Marketing Director, Oracle OpenWorld. "This year, attendees will have the opportunity to share in our strategy and vision while taking part in an expanded conference program tailored to address their individual business needs and industry needs."
The event is expected to be Oracle's largest to date, with over 41,000 participants. Planned highlights for this year's show include:
* An expanded keynote line up that includes industry leaders and executives from AMD, CapGemini, Cisco, Dell, HP, Oracle, NetApp, and Sun;
* More than 1400 educational sessions on Oracle Applications and Technology, tailored to address key applications, technology, industries, and solution areas presented by Oracle Product Management, Partners and Customers;
* Special programming tracks, including a three-day developers program at Oracle Develop, a weekend of highly technical, hands-on, deep dive content at the X-Treme Program, and a specialized program for Oracle's JD Edwards customers;
* Access to more than 400 live demos from the developers and experts behind the products at the Oracle Demogrounds; and over 450 Oracle partners, showcasing their latest in the Oracle Exhibit Halls; and
* The opportunity for attendees to meet and hear from their peers with more than 80 user group and SIG meetings and numerous networking functions built directly into the program./span>
For more information on Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco 2006 and to register to attend, please visit: www.oracle.com/openworld.
Adhering to three principles has saved
more than US$1 billion in operating costs—so far. With these principles, which are incorporated into the design of our software, we have coordinated and streamlined all our business processes worldwide.
Simplify: Speed information delivery with integrated systems and a single database.
Standardize: Reduce cost and maintenance cycles with open, easily available components.
Automate: Improve operational efficiency with technology and best practices.
We believe that our customers get more from their information by using
software and services and applying these principles. Many have already improved their ability to use information and IT as strategic assets and are now able to share data and processes, measure results for continuous improvement, align stakeholders, and communicate a single truth to all their constituents.
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