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  • Oracle Projects’ Support for the Project Management Institute’s Body of Knowledge

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    Event Co-Sponsor

    The Silicon Valley Chapter of PMI



    Ram Namburi, Project Leader - Oracle Project Management, Oracle Corporation

    Presentation Overview

    Oracle Projects’ Support for the Project Management Institute’s Body of Knowledge

    Companies face increasing pressure to execute profitably on projects, whether the projects are implementing information technology, constructing bridges, or developing electronic devices. To ensure project success, you need visibility into and control of up-to-date project information—including schedules, budgets, resources, changes, and risks. And you want the information to be rolled up across multiple projects, departments, business units, and geographies.

    Unfortunately, downsizing, reduced project budgets, increased customer demands, and global operations make it challenging for you to succeed. Disconnected processes and information systems create silos of project information, limiting the collaboration and management visibility that is crucial for responding effectively to changing project demands.

    Find out how technology can help to overcome these challenges.

    Oracle Projects provides support for Project Management, as defined by the PMBOK, through its extensive functionality. The Oracle Projects family of applications supports the full lifecycle of project management with a single, accurate view of all project-related activities.

    About the Speaker

    Ram Namburi is a Project Leader at Oracle Corporation; the world's largest enterprise software company. He has been with Oracle for the past eight years, and played several roles, throughout the entire product development life cycle, which included help gathering the requirements, design, develop, manage and architect several Oracle Applications products. Currently he is a project Leader in the development organization of “Oracle Project Management”. He is a strong advocate of PMO in his organization.


    11:45am to 12:00pm Registration

    12:00pm to 1:30pm Oracle Projects’ Support for the Project Management.




    111 W. Saint John, Suite 200

    San Jose, CA 95113


    Price*-(Refreshments included; NOT lunch, please bring your own!)


    $10 for PMI & SDForum members

    $20 non-members

    At the Door Registration

    $15 for PMI & SDForum members

    $25 non-members

    *PMI members, please phone 408-414-5950 to register if you do not have the discount code. Pre-registration is closed.
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