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SCUG Q1 2017 Meeting

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SCUG Q1 2017 Meeting

SCUG Q1 2017 Meeting

The User Group (SCUG), also known as the Southern California User Group, is dedicated to creating a platform that encourages networking and communication among users sharing common experiences and challenges associated with Oracle JD Edwards software product lines within the Southern California regional area. This group primarily focuses on users of EnterpriseOne and Worldsoftware products, aiming to facilitate regular meetings to exchange experiences and share best practices related to these software solutions.

Key objectives and functions of the SCUG include:

1. Networking and Communication: SCUG serves as a forum for users to connect, collaborate, and communicate with others facing similar experiences and challenges in implementing and utilizing Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Worldsoftware products.

2. Sharing Experiences: The group encourages members to share their experiences, insights, and lessons learned while using these software solutions. This sharing of experiences enables others to gain valuable knowledge and potentially overcome similar challenges.

3. Best Practices Exchange: SCUG meetings offer a platform for members to discuss and exchange best practices related to the implementation, customization, and utilization of EnterpriseOne and Worldsoftware products. This knowledge-sharing fosters continuous learning and improvement among users.

4. Collaborative Learning: Regular meetings and gatherings provide an opportunity for collaborative learning, where members can learn from each other’s successes, failures, and innovative approaches in using Oracle JD Edwards software.

Overall, SCUG serves as a valuable community-driven resource for Oracle JD Edwards users in Southern California, facilitating the exchange of knowledge, fostering collaboration, and supporting members in optimizing their use of EnterpriseOne and Worldsoftware products through shared experiences and best practices.

The event is finished.


Mar 09 2017


8:00 am - 4:00 pm