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September 16-19 Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco

If your customer is a supply chain management professional and they want to learn about the latest innovations in blockchain and IoT to streamline and improve their business using purpose-built and connected applications, we’ve made it easy to navigate to these sessions at Oracle OpenWorld. We’ve prepared a set of featured sessions showcasing prebuilt applications for supply chain using blockchain and Internet of Things. Oracle launched its first application for track trace in June, 2019 with Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace and will share it’s future plans including the use of blockchain technology and integrations with IoT asset, production and fleet monitoring capabilities. See how we’ve applied this exciting and innovative technology for industrial manufacturing and consumer goods, and learn about the possibilities for other industries with modern complex supply chains. Hear about serialization and genealogy of products with the new Oracle Product Lineage and Provenance application. Or, you can always find a product expert or developer to learn how to leverage Oracle’s Blockchain Platform from the over thirty sessions featuring blockchain.

If you want to get hands on and learn even more, visit the exhibition area and view the full list of demos for blockchain-enabled supply chains including Intelligent Track and Trace, Frictionless Intermodal Transit, and Media and Entertainment use cases.

Make sure your customers attend Oracle OpenWorld this year so they don’t miss the sensational Cloud Fest with the inspiring John Mayer. And, with the typical autumn sunshine in San Francisco, they can check out a Giants vs. Miami Marlins game, stay refreshed with FitFest19, or immerse themselves in other entertainment and activities during their visit.

Register for Oracle OpenWorld 2019 now, visit Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace to learn more about blockchain applications. 

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