Getting back Insync

Last week saw the annual pilgrimage of Australia’s Oracle database and business applications users to hear from their peers and global Oracle experts at the Insync11 conference in Sydney. Roadmaps were presented, war stories shared, and we all had the chance to mingle with the rockstars of the Oracle ecosystem.

V8 Supercar

As AusOUG NSW State Partner, Dataweave supported the conference via a sponsorship, and we met many interesting Oracle users and business people at our stand.

My colleague Michael Baggott and I were honoured to present a conference session covering one of our recent client projects. Our session discussed our experiences using the Oracle Lead to Order Process Integration pack, which offers a fast path to integrating Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle CRM On Demand. You can learn more about our project at Clear Solar by reading this customer story.

The business card prize draw is now a firm tradition at the end of the Insync conference. To rev up some excitement, we decided to offer a rip roaring prize – a racetrack session driving a V8 Supercar. It certainly attracted a lot of entrants, with more than a few Top Gear hopefuls challenging us with promises of tyre shredding lap times.

The lucky winner who landed pole position was Amith Uppal of BAE Systems. Lets hope he practices his overtaking skills on his Playstation, rather than the freeway.


About normanweaver

Norman has 40 years experience of IT and related technologies. He was the founder and Managing Director of the IT Systems Integrator Dataweave Pty Ltd which was acquired by Deloitte in 2015. Norman is also a Director of Synergy & Taikoz Ltd, home of two of Australia's leading percussion ensembles, and a Director of The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, promoting excellence in sailing and supporting disabled and disadvantaged people through sailing.
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