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Delegates see Exel benefits 1st hand at the Oracle User Group Conference

December 12
15:13 2011

Exel Computer Systems, the leading UK author of integrated business solutions, further cemented its association with Oracle by a successful attendance and participation at the UK Oracle User Group Conference (UKOUG). Comprising over 250 presentations across 51 streams, the UKOUG Conference is the largest UK event for the Oracle Technology and E-Business Suite user communities.

Exel’s EFACS Enterprise ERP, Field Service Management and Mobile CRM solutions were well received and generated considerable interest among the 1500+ attendees. Exel Sales Operations & Marketing Manager Jonathan Orme comments on the conference and the positive feedback. “As an independent software vendor and Oracle Gold Partner, our systems are recognised as market leading solutions and it was positive to meet with so many users focussed on using the best combination of toolsets to deliver the maximum possible benefits for their businesses. We also have a number of users that are making use of the latest class leading Oracle solutions such as Oracle Business Intelligence in conjunction with EFACS Enterprise. This is possible because EFACS Enterprise has been designed from the outset using Java/browser-based architecture that seamlessly integrates with the Oracle Fusion integration layer.”

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