UPK: Creating Value throughout the Upgrade Project Lifecycle

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Di Seghposs

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User adoption challenges are the number one reason for failed implementations. Effective users are key to the success of your enterprise software implementation or upgrade project. Learn how to create an informed user community that can be fully productive the day you go-live with your new or upgraded applications. From blueprinting/design/configuration to testing/training/go-live as well as maintenance and support, Oracle User Productivity Kit produces system process documents, test scripts, simulations, presentations, training manuals, job aids and performance support materials - all through a single authoring session with no duplication of effort. Discover how you can improve productivity, address user adoption challenges, and see the value Oracle User Productivity Kit adds throughout the upgrade project lifecycle of any application – it is more than just a training tool!

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Oracle UPK provides a collaborative development environment to create system related assets - the "People to System" documentation. Rapidly produce materials for all phases of the software lifecycle—from test scripts, system process documents, and interactive simulations, to job aids, instructor manuals, and in-application performance support. Create engaging interactive transactional and conceptual content with enhanced sound recording, editing, and playback capabilities to enhance knowledge transfer and ensure best practices. With the ability to produce multiple outputs through a single recording session, Oracle UPK reduces content development time. Oracle UPK is key to increasing productivity and reducing overall software implementation costs. To ensure our customers have access to the best and brightest information on key industry topics, we are delivering presentations from Industry and Product Experts, Existing Customers, and Thought Leaders.