CommercePros Completes Successful Inaugural Insight Event
More Than 100 Oracle Commerce Community Leaders Come Together
Lexington, KY – CommercePros, the world’s first user group exclusive to Oracle Commerce products, produced their first Insight conference August 28-30 in the greater Chicago area. With the help of more than 30 speakers, CommercePros held three days of continuous learning and networking opportunities at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare for more than 100 Oracle Commerce (ATG, Endeca and Commerce Cloud) community leaders.
Founded in fall of 2016, CommercePros prides itself on providing Oracle Commerce users with the tools and information to make the best use of their Oracle Commerce investment. By bring customers together in an independent atmosphere, users are encouraged to share best practices, issues and lessons learned with the entire community. Open and honest dialogue is highly encouraged from all attendees including customers, Oracle and solution providers.
With session feedback from customers like “exceptional topic and extremely relevant to our audience with real, actionable results and ideas,” the CommercePros board and staff have already begun planning the next event slated for August 2018. Details to be announced soon.
Nearly a dozen solution providers also joined the conference to exhibit and take part in the event. “A target-rich environment was delivered through attentive and engaged users — well worth our investment,” commented Cirrus10 President Peter Curran.
For more information, please visit www.commercepros.org where members can access all Insight session recordings or contact Jesse Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CommercePros, the Oracle Commerce User Group, was launched in September of 2016 in response to the need for an independent Oracle community user community exclusively focused on Oracle Commerce products. The organization strives to connect Oracle Commerce customers with other users, solution providers and Oracle providing the all-inclusive ecosystem for educating, networking and advocating community needs. For more information or to become involved, visit commercepros.org.