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Retail Story at Oracle OpenWorld

by Jeff Roster  |  October 8, 2009  |  Comments Off on Retail Story at Oracle OpenWorld

Next week I will be attending the first two days of Oracle OpenWord. Most of my two days will be spend at the Palace Hotel where the retail sessions are. So if you plan on being at OOW and at any of the sessions or events listed below please feel free to come by and say hi.

Monday Oct 12

10-11        Client Meetings
11-12:30   International Expansion Strategies
1-3:30       Retail General Session
4-5:30       Crisis to Opportunity
7-10          Retail Reception

Tuesday Oct 13
7-8:30      Breakfast Meeting 
9-11         Client Meetings
11-12:30  Customer Centric Retail Strategies
1-2          Client Meetings
2:30-4      Client Meetings
Please feel free to pass along any good retail stories I should look into. My Twitter ID is JeffPR

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Jeffrey Roster
Research VP
12 years at Gartner
15 years IT industry

Jeffrey Roster is a research vice president at Gartner as part of the Industry Market Strategies Worldwide unit covering the retail and wholesale industries. In this capacity, Mr. Roster consults on market strategies, competitive assessment of the IT services landscape, technology trends and the direction of IT spending to provide market research for IT vendors. Read Full Bio

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