The Oracle Application User Group conference next week will emphasise educating members about Oracle's newest products to market: the 10g database and 11i.10 E-Business Suite.
Despite the recent effects of hurricane Frances on Florida, the OAUG plans to proceed with its event.
Pat Dues, the president of the Atlanta-based independent organisation, predicted that about 2,000 members will show up, a 10% increase on last year.
She expects a number of east coast members will attend after years of not attending when it was held on the west coast.
Dues said Oracle will also lend its technical staff resources, offering 16 presentations and a keynote speech by executive vice-president Cliff Godwin.
The conference starts on Sunday.
Marc L Songini writes for Computerworld