Link’s associate José Rodrigues will be one of the speakers at the AMIS’ 25th anniversary conference. He will thus be joining an elite group comprising the best Oracle experts in the world, which includes such famous names as Lucas Jellema, Guido Schmutz, Danilo Schmiedel, Andrejus Baranovskis or Ralf Müller.
About the conference and AMIS
The highly anticipated international conference that is meant to celebrate AMIS’ 25th anniversary, under the motto “Beyond the horizon”, is being held in Katwijk, in the Netherlands, on the 2nd and the 3rd of June. Headquartered in the Netherlands and the great leader in the Dutch market, AMIS is internationally acknowledged as one of the most respected IT consultants and integrators in Oracle technology. Proof of that are four Oracle Middleware Partner of the Year Awards in the past five years and the authorship of the third most visited Oracle blog in the world.
The conference will be welcoming a total of a hundred presentations, among conferences and live demos, on:
- UX & UI development
- SOA, Integration & API’s
- Database (Platform & Development)
- Business & IT Agility, Continuous Delivery, DevOps
About José Rodrigues
Among the range of distinguished speakers attending the event, that include Oracle ACE Directors, Oracle product managers and other experts that are part of the Oracle Community worldwide, there is the name of a Portuguese (the only Portuguese speaker!): José Rodrigues. As the BPM and ECM Business Manager and the BPM practice leader at Link Consulting, an Oracle ACE Associate and the founder of the website Red Mavericks, José is a regular speaker at BPM conferences and Oracle events, both in Portugal and abroad. He has led very large Business Process Optimization, Automation and Management projects for world top-tier companies, mostly with Oracle technology, some of which have been awarded world renowned prizes, such as the Outstanding Contribution Award given by Oracle BPM Community, and the runner-up for Oracle Middleware Partner of the Year in the EMEA Award, as well as other national awards.
At the AMIS conference, José will have his own session – named “Death Star BPM – Defying very large enterprise BPM projects” –, in which he will share his long experience as a leader of large-scale projects using Oracle BPM. What can you expect? A number of guidelines and technical approaches on how to ensure prompt problem identification, continuous service and efficient large bulk data management – that no less than many years of experience can unravel.
On behalf of the entire Link’s team, we are proud of your accomplishment, José!