Redwood Shores, CA—April 3, 2002—Small businesses will have an opportunity to learn new strategies about how software can help run a profitable and efficient business in today's economy at the Oracle Small Business Day, part of Oracle AppsWorld, San Diego. Principal highlights of Small Business Day include keynotes from Rieva Lesonsky, senior vice president and editorial director of Entrepreneur Media Inc., and Evan Goldberg, president and CEO of NetLedger, Inc., which powers the Oracle Small Business Suite. Additionally, Louise Kehoe, senior technology commentator of Financial Times will moderate a panel addressing the top 10 factors needed for small business success. Breakout sessions will help attendees develop strategies for building an integrated Web store or Web site, managing your accounting and finances more efficiently, and selling and servicing customers more easily. Oracle Small Business Day will be held on Monday, April 8 from 7:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Pacific time at Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, California. It is a free session and is open to the public.
About the Oracle Small Business Suite
The Oracle Small Business Suite is one completely integrated application to help small businesses manage all their business processes more efficiently and effectively, including accounting and finance, sales and service, Web presence, and employee management. Companies can save time and money and get unprecedented insight into their operations by utilising one centralised and up-to-date database, ending the headache of using multiple incompatible applications. With anytime, anywhere Web access, the award-winning solution is the first and only multi-user, multi-location complete small business management solution.
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