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MIPRO Consulting Sponsoring & Presenting at the

December 12th meeting of the PHRUG, MAOAUG, OHUG, & FSIUG Joint User Group

November 2013
MIPRO Consulting is proud to be a Sponsor & Featured Presenter at the December 12, 2013 meeting of the PHRUG (Greater Philadelphia JD Edwards and PeopleSoft User Group), the MAOAUG (Mid Atlantic Oracle E-Business Suite and Hyperion/EPM/BI Applications User Group), the OHUG (Oracle Human Capital Management Users Group) and the FSIUG (Oracle Financial Services Industry User Group).  The User Group's value proposition includes helping organizations shorten the learning curve related to PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and third party products, improve operational efficiency and maximize the return on investment in Oracle and complementary systems. 
Roland Butvilofsky, MIPRO’s PeopleSoft Practice Manager will be presenting a session entitled “Extending PeopleSoft Beyond Traditional FSCM to Deliver Value”.
David Scott, our Northeast Regional Director & Roland Butvilofsky will be representing MIPRO at this event.  Stop by our table and meet David & Roland; they’ll be glad to discuss your PeopleSoft Project needs.
The meeting’s agenda will feature:
  • An update on Oracle OpenWorld announcements and new developments, including product roadmap overviews.
  • Educational breakout sessions covering JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, Human Capital Management, Technical, Analytics and Reporting topics (and more!).
  • Super charge your networking and come away with valuable tips, techniques and best practices.
  • Discover what complementary product and service providers have to offer in the exhibitor showcase.
The meeting will be held at the Princeton Crown Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Plainsboro, New Jersey. 
Attendee registration will open in early November.   Contact event coordinator Joanne Brennan of TBF Enterprises at JoanneBrennanTBF@aol.com or 617.510.2578 for registration details.  Registration fees will be: