The R12.2 Event
On Wednesday 26th March 2019, Claremont along with Fudgelearn, Oracle and Oracle University hosted a key event for E-Business Suite users in London.
Recent announcements from Oracle on the future product roadmap for E-Business Suite has meant that Premier Support is guaranteed until at least 2030. During this period, there will be continuous product innovation with Oracle E-Business being continually supported.
For the circa 90% of users in the UK on R12.1 (and those back on R11), the announcements also provide welcome clarity in that the current latest major release, R12.2, will be the final version of Oracle E-Business.
The complimentary event provided users with detailed information on what the Oracle E-Business 12.2 release can offer organisations and outlined details of how to make the upgrade process cost-effective and manageable.
Our recent event was oversubscribed, so we are preparing to offer another free event for all Oracle EBS users who are yet to upgrade to R12.2 or require additional support and information.
Places are very limited, but if you’re interested in attending a future event on EBS 12.2, contact Simon Beresford at email@example.com to reserve your place.
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