Call for Papers for MDM Track at OAUG COLLABORATE 2011

Oracle Applications Users Group

I’ve been involved in the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) since 1995, and have been a member of the OAUG Education Committee for several years now. The Education Committee is starting to plan next April’s COLLABORATE 11 Conference, and I’m managing the “Master Data Management” track.

Together with the Special Interest Group (SIG) coordinators for the Customer Data Management SIG and the Oracle Enterprise Product Lifecycle Management SIG, we invite YOU to submit a paper for the 2011 conference’s MDM track.

Our vision for the MDM track at COLLABORATE 11 is to have:

Here are the important facts from the OAUG Call for Papers:

You’ll have the opportunity to connect with more than 5,000 users, technology leaders, Oracle executives and solution innovators gathering for the user-driven education and networking event April 10 – 14, 2011 at the Orange County Convention Center West in Orlando, Florida. Proposals are now being accepted. The deadline is Friday, October 1, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. To submit a paper, go to  For more information, you can go to

Note to Oracle Employees: All Oracle employees interested in speaking at COLLABORATE 11 are to submit your papers through the Call for Papers submission form. Please contact for assistance with technical difficulties. For all other inquiries, please contact Lisa Stuart at

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,


  1. My Take on Oracle OpenWorld 2010 « Hub Designs Blog - 09/25/2010

    […] home week” aspect of it – seeing old friends, who for some reason I only seem to see at the Oracle Applications Users Group COLLABORATE conference in the spring or at Oracle OpenWorld in the fall – there was a tangible energy in the halls, the […]

  2. The MDM Track at OAUG COLLABORATE 11 « Hub Designs Blog - 03/17/2011

    […] Interest Group coordinators within their tracks) help develop the content for the conference.  The Call for Papers ended Oct. 1, 2010, and this year, we had a lot of good submissions. Working with Mani Kumar Manda […]

%d bloggers like this: