information before heading to the airport. Otherwise, they'll risk getting lost in the maze of Oracle E-Business Suite sessions being held there. That's why SearchOracle.com got on the phone with Ray Wang, a principal enterprise applications analyst and Oracle E-Business Suite expert with Cambridge, Mass.-based Forrester Research Inc. In this podcast interview, Wang names his picks for the best Oracle E-Business Suite sessions to attend at OpenWorld. He also discusses some of the latest news affecting Oracle E-Business Suite users, including what the departure of Oracle's senior vice president of applications development, John Wookey, means for Oracle's Fusion plans; how an Oracle acquisition of middleware provider BEA Systems would affect the Oracle E-Business Suite; and the newest functionality included in Oracle E-Business Suite 12. Finally, Wang gives his opinion on how well the Oracle E-Business Suite stacks up against comparable products from Oracle's arch rival, German enterprise resource planning giant SAP. Get ready for OpenWorld by listening to this podcast today.
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