Collaborate '07 -- one of the biggest conferences of the year for Oracle applications users -- is less than a week and-a-half away. The year's show, which is being sponsored by the Oracle Applications Users
Group (OAUG), the Independent Oracle Users Group and the Quest Users Group, promises big news around Oracle applications and a major focus on educating people about Oracle Fusion -- Oracle's drive to combine "the best" spoils of 28 acquisitions into a single, service-enabled platform. SearchOracle.com got on the phone with the OAUG's recently-appointed president, Jan Wagner, to find out what to expect at Collaborate. During this exclusive podcast interview, Wagner offers show highlights and explains where attendees can go to learn more about Fusion. Wagner says this is sure to be one of the biggest Collaborate conferences on record. So listen to our Collaborate '07 preview today.
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