Oracle Intelligent Bots: Partner Training Sept 6-7, 2017 Reading UK

Posted: August 23, 2017 in Cloud, Mobile
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Chatbots are the fastest growing market in mobile application development and extends mobile opportunities to the conversational channel. Oracle Intelligent Bots is a new feature of our Mobile Cloud offering that will be targeted to release soon!

As an Oracle partner active in mobile and PaaS, you are invited to join the first Oracle Intelligent Bots training in EMEA. The 2 day session will be run by Oracle Mobile Product Management. By attending this training, you will be among the first in EMEA to get hands on with Oracle Intelligent Bots. You will learn how to create custom chatbots, how to design conversations, how to develop and add custom logic, connect to backend systems through MCS and how to make your chatbot available from Facebook and other messaging clients. Of course, the agenda allows enough time to ask questions and discuss any chatbot related topics.

Seats for this training are strictly limited as we want to ensure each participant receiving proper personal attention. We will accept up to two consultants per organization to ensure a fair chance that every partner we invite can attend. The training is free of charge for you, but Oracle will not cover your expenses for accommodation or the cost of travel.

We hope this training is of interest and you can make the date. Should you have any further questions on this training, please reply to this email.  We are looking forward to meeting you in Reading.

Sept 6-7, 2017
09:30 AM – 5:00 PM (UK Local Time)

Oracle, Building 510, Thames Valley Park, Reading, RG6 1RA

Please register here

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