The EBS Day - June 2, 2015 - was a again a great success, with 140 attendants who have enjoyed a good program on an attractive venue, the ss Rotterdam.
Again, the eBS day 2015 was a success, as witnessed by the number of participants as well as the “evaluations” we heard during the breaks and drinks.
The presentations by Cliff Godwin were considered open and honest, the content was good and many clients also responded positively to the additional information on what can be applied from eBS and as Cloud Apps add-ons. Cliff’s honest feedback on the acceptance and readiness of eBS 12.2 was also very useful for the participants. Oracle offers clients the choice between continuing to use 12.1.3 or switching to 12.2 on the basis of substantive features, and then mainly if large international clients or business-critical eBS environments with 24/7 availability are involved. Attention was again drawn to the advantages of User Experience and the add-ons from Endeca and Mobile Apps.
The breakout sessions were well received, although some participants commented on APEX’s prominent presence and wondered if this was the right strategic course for the long term in accordance with the Applications guidelines?
Nadia’s concluding keynote speech was also well received. She provided a lot of explanation, particularly on the co-existence and the possibilities of Cloud Applications for eBS users.
All in all, a well received eBS day that certainly deserves a follow-up in 2016.
You will find the presentations, photos, film and interviews with Cliff Godwin and Nadia Bendjedou here below (read more)