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See Why Business Tech Shines Bright at Oracle OpenWorld

Bright and innovative minds in the business technology world will converge at Moscone Center in San Francisco for Oracle OpenWorld, held from September 18-22, 2016,

What is it? It’s a bunch of elements rolled into one: a conference, a learning experience, an expo, and a networking opportunity for the business and tech-savvy.

Read more to find out about the event, including specific details and registration info for attendees.

Experience Innovation at the Oracle Event

Registration

Registration is required for this event. Various packages are available depending on the type of experience you want. For instance, the Full Conference package gives you access to any sessions, demos, exhibitions, forums, and presentations you choose. You’ll also get an attendee bag, conference meals, and transportation included.

Other packages are available at different price points with various benefits. For instance, if you’re a student, you can take advantage of the Discover package for free (just have a current student I.D. and be enrolled in at least 6 credits).

Agenda

The Agenda for the event is packed with keynote speakers, exhibitions, and special sessions. Oracle’s leaders and innovators will be among the featured speakers, including its CEO as well as the President of Product Development.

Exhibits

Hundreds of exhibitors will be available, including big names in business tech like Lenovo, IBM, Infosys, and Intel. See what’s next for big and small players in the industry, and check out upcoming products and innovations.

Billy Joel Performs

Billy Joel will be performing Wednesday, September 21 from 7-11 p.m. for the Appreciation Event at AT&T Park. Event attendees can kick back, relax, and enjoy the live music as well as drinks and good food.

Join some of the best minds in business tech for this event from Oracle in San Francisco. While attending the conference, stay with us at the Marriott Pleasanton when you’re in the area.