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    Kathy Miedema
    See the Applications Cloud User Experience roadmap at Oracle...
    Announcement posted September 5, 2014 by Kathy MiedemaRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Engagement Cloud, General, OAUX, Other, Release, Upgrade, UX 
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    Title:
    See the Applications Cloud User Experience roadmap at Oracle OpenWorld 2014
    Abstract:

    The Applications User Experience team has many events in the works so that you can get a good look at the Oracle Applications Cloud user experience strategy, including what's in the pipeline, during Oracle OpenWorld 2014 in San Francisco.  If you won't be there, you can still see a little of what's coming! Check out our links below.

    Announcement:

    VISIT US AT ORACLE OPENWORLD

    Visit the Usable Apps Events page to get a look at the many customer-facing activities coming from the Applications User Experience (UX) team during Oracle OpenWorld 2014, in San Francisco from Sept. 29 – Oct. 2.

    Recruiting for the on-site usability labs has kicked off. Sign up for a session on the Oracle OpenWorld blog. More information about the on-site usability labs and how to book a tour during OpenWorld of the usability labs at HQ are also available on the Voice of User Experience (VoX) blog.

    Information about three exclusive events, for partners and sales reps as well as escorted customers under Oracle’s non-disclosure agreement, is also posted on VoX in “See the latest Applications Cloud user experiences at Oracle OpenWorld.”

    If you want a preview of some of the key ideas that will appear in OpenWorld sessions on the strategy and roadmap of Oracle’s Applications User Experience, head to the Usable Apps YouTube channel for three new videos:


    OFFER FEEDBACK ON THE ORACLE SALES CLOUD

    The Oracle Sales Cloud user experience team will be conducting feedback sessions on designs for Territory Management and Partner Management applications Sept. 25-26, just before Oracle OpenWorld 2014. 

    If you fit one of the following roles, we need your feedback! Participant profiles include business systems analysts, sales operations, sales managers, channel managers, and partner roles. Sessions will be held on-site at Oracle headquarters and through remote sessions.

    Territory Management activities will include:

    • Defining sales territories for sales organization
    • Maintaining territories for sales representatives (for example, reassign territories)
    • Analyzing territory information (for example, coverage)

    Partner Management activities will include:

    • Creating and maintaining partner accounts or partner users
    • Managing leads and opportunities as a partner, through a partner application
    • Managing leads and opportunities that your partners are working on
    • Analyzing partner performance

    Sign up to attend one or both sessions until Sept. 12, 2014. Contact Georgia.Price@oracle.com for more information.
     

    ORACLE SALES CLOUD HIGHLIGHTS:

    Want to know what to expect in Oracle Sales Cloud release 8? Read our post on the VoX, blog called “Simple is the new cool’ in the Oracle Sales Cloud user experience.”


    ORACLE SALES

    Check out Oracle Voice for the Oracle Sales Cloud, in the Voice of User Experience, or VoX, post: “Oracle Extends Investment in Cloud User Experiences with Oracle Voice for Sales Cloud.” Read about the user experience and find links to a demo.


    BUILD A SIMPLIFIED UI

    The Build a simplified UI landing page, or simplified UI rapid development kit, is now live on the Usable Apps website. You can find links to it from the Usable Apps Home page under the For Developers section, from the UX design patterns page, and from the Cloud landing page.


    UX SPECIALIST ROLE

    The Oracle User Experience Specialist role for the Oracle Applications Cloud has been updated with release 8 user experience information. More than 1,300 people have now taken the training and become certified on this Oracle Partner Network guided learning course, which teaches partners about Oracle's user experience investment in the cloud and how to position the benefits. New content includes a four-part developers’ series (below) on designing and building a simplified UI for the Oracle Applications Cloud using the simplified UI rapid development kit.