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There are a couple of surveys that I’d like to make sure that you know about.


But prior to that…if you haven’t registered for KScope12 yet, you’d better hurry! If you register before June 9, you will save $300.00 off of the final onsite price for the conference registration. Here is where you can go to register – http://kscope12.com/registration. However, I’d suggest that you register as soon as possible. We have two hotels that we have contracted with. Our headquarters hotel, the JW Marriott in San Antonio, is practically full. In addition, we have a limited number of rooms available at the Marriott San Antonio Rivercenter. Downtown San Antonio is a wonderful location to stay, as you will be in the heart of the River Walk area, and the Alamo will be within walking distance.


Oracle Corporation, specifically its Global Customer Programs Team, is looking for your feedback and participation in a survey. They are looking for your honest opinion on various Oracle products and services. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete, and the ODTUG responses in previous surveys have been fantastic! This is one way where your association with ODTUG pays big dividends. The results demonstrate the collective input of those associated with ODTUG (member or not), and while Oracle takes individual opinions seriously, when the collective ODTUG opinion is voiced, Oracle does listen. To see more information about the survey, and to find the link to take the survey, visit http://www.odtug.com/apex/f?p=500:235:0::::P235_NEWS_ID:4042.


Another survey, again sponsored by Oracle Corporation, but this time for OTN (Oracle Technology Network), is a very brief survey, one that asks 5 questions about the Oracle Discussion Forums Upgrade Project. Fellow ODTUG Board Member Cameron Lackpour wrote about the survey over on his blog, and provides the link as well here – http://camerons-blog-for-essbase-hackers.blogspot.com/2012/05/oracle-wants-you-to-help-make-otn.html. While you are over on his site, take a look around. Cameron has a tremendous sense of humor, and absolutely provides a lot of valuable information out on his blog, certainly more focused on EPM topics. Check it out!

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