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Posted by Infomentum on 30 November 2015

London, 30 November 2015

Picking up important industry information is key for attendees at this year’s UKOUG Apps and Tech Conferences. Event go’ers expect learn from other’s experiences in developing Oracle software.

Infomentum will be sharing knowledge across two separate sessions at the conferences this December. One session sees Infomentum share best practice on branding ADF applications. The second session focuses on the hot topic of integrating systems with the cloud via Oracle SOA.

Over in Tech 15, Fusion Middleware experts Fabio Persico and Christian Silva will present how The Prince’s Trust used Oracle technology to enable their digital transformation. Attendees will see the real-world example of a complex integration of Oracle Service Cloud to WebCenter Sites, Corporate Data Warehouse and applications using SOA. Fabio and Christian will take the audience through the challenges faced during the integration, and how they were resolved.

With a constantly evolving vision of the perfect user interface, Nabil Makhout is adept at progressing alongside our digital world the meet changing demands. On the Apps 15 agenda, Nabil will inform attendees of how to transform their web design’s appearance. They’ll learn the benefits of skinning; the power a clear user interface can hold; and how to avoid common difficulties associated with this process.

“These sessions at Apps and Tech 15 are a great opportunity for attendees to hear live examples from developers dedicated to Oracle technology” said Vikram Setia, Partner and Chief Commercial Officer at Infomentum. “Attendees can expect to walk away with shared knowledge that is crucial to the user community.”

If enabling digital transformation through the use of cloud and Oracle SOA is your thing, head along to Fabio and Christian’s Tech 15 session on 7 December at 4.30pm.

Want to learn more about creating a stunning UI with Oracle ADF? Attend Nabil’s session at Apps 15 on 8 December at 1.50pm.