Oracle Cloud

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Opkey redesigns automation testing services for Oracle Cloud customers
Opkey has recently entered into a strategic partnership with Oracle to expand its automation testing for Oracle Cloud customers across Oracle ERP, HCM, SCM, EPM and EBS applications.
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Outage outrage! Why public cloud is putting data and business at risk
Another outage begs the question: isn’t cloud supposed to be the savior of modern agile computing?
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Oracle reveals new updates to Fusion Cloud Applications Suite
Oracle is introducing new capabilities across Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to help customers accelerate supply chain planning, increase operational efficiency and improve financial accuracy.
Gov Facility Services
Gov Facility Services secures finance control in His Majesty’s Prisons with Oracle and IBM
At the collapse of the private facilities management firm, Carillion Plc, the Ministry of Justice created a new operating company, Gov Facility Services ltd, to run services within 49 UK prisons. The new firm had a tight deadline to secure procurement, payroll and financial control, to get operations in order.
Oracle second quarter boosted by staggering cloud growth
Oracle Corporation has announced its results for the second quarter of fiscal 2023, showing strong double-digit growth and big numbers for cloud and OCI. The increase was largely driven by huge growth in overall cloud revenue.
Speed and compliance for M&G expansion with Oracle and IBM
M&G is a British company headquartered in London, operating for over 170 years in the savings, investments, and heritage industry.
ITV gets new ERP with Oracle Fusion Cloud
ITV gets new ERP with Oracle Fusion Cloud
ITV has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications to support the digital transformation of its finance and HR processes.
Komax taps Oracle Cloud for retail
Oracle has been selected by Komax to help the retail group scale with rapid growth and improve in-store shopping outings for its customers.
SenecaGlobal to offer cloud-based technology solutions
SenecaGlobal has joined the Oracle NetSuite Solution Provider Program to enable its customers to use the cloud ERP platform to gain the visibility and control needed to adapt and thrive.
Oracle streamlines operations for Unia
Unia, has selected the Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to make its operations more efficient.
Oracle Fusion Cloud provides real-time insights for Williams Companies
Williams Companies, the largest interstate natural gas supplier in the United States, has moved its finance and operations to the cloud with Oracle. Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP will provide Williams with real-time insights and cost control as well as being able to reduce its energy consumption with SaaS.
Oracle deepens its reach into social media, sort of
On the back of a deal to support TikTok when it came under pressure from the Trump administration, Oracle founder and CTO, Larry Ellison, has now agreed to pump $1bn of his own cash into the funding pool to acquire...
It’s time to stop using ERP for reporting and analytics
Graham Spicer, country head, EMEA at SplashBI Analytics, outlines five ways why a self-service reporting system is vital for business.
Oracle delivers high performance and scale with Exadata Cloud Infrastructure X9M
Oracle has completed the rollout of Oracle Exadata Cloud Infrastructure X9M, the latest generation of Oracle Database Platform in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), which will allow customers to run existing workloads much faster, with greater scale and at a much lower cost.
Oracle launches employee experience platform to meet evolving workforce needs
Oracle has launched Oracle ME, a comprehensive platform within Oracle Cloud HCM, which gives HR and business leaders a tool to support employee success and to streamline communications across the organization.
Oracle Cloud to power Japan’s largest telco
Japan's largest telecommunications company, NTT Docomo, has chosen Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to build its new development environment for ALADIN (ALl Around DoCoMo INformation Systems), one of the largest customer information management systems in the world.
Infosys to transform Norway telecoms through Oracle Cloud solution
Infosys has announced a collaboration with Telenor Norway, Norway’s largest provider of telecommunications and digital services, to transform its transform its finance and supply chain operations. As announced on Monday, Infosys has implemented a future-proof, standardized Oracle Cloud ERP solution...
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Growing numbers of global businesses opt for Oracle Cloud
Oracle has reported growing demand for Oracle Cloud Lift Services, with more than 1,000 global organisations now using the offering to accelerate the migration of mission-critical workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Oracle’s customers and partners, including Ingersoll Rand, Volvo Group, Suramericana...
Oracle cloud revenue up 22 percent as stock soars
The news boosted Oracle’s share price by nearly 16 percent on Friday pushing the value of the company to more than $280bn. The rally also boosted Larry Ellison’s personal fortune by $16bn to a staggering £135bn making him the world’s fourth richest person, one spot behind Microsoft founder, Bill Gates.
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Deloitte enhances OCI capabilities with BIAS acquisition
Deloitte has agreed to acquire substantially all of the assets of BIAS, an Atlanta-headquartered cloud consulting firm that is a leader in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure market, subject to customary closing conditions. Founded in 2000, BIAS’ capabilities focus on advise,...
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Oracle’s move to vertically-focussed sales teams
At the turn of Oracle’s financial year in June, they restructured a large number of their sales teams to be more industry-focussed. This could be because Oracle is already experiencing more success in settings where vertical expertise is important - they are listed at #6 in the Cloud Wars ranking but have reached #3 in Industry Cloud rankings.
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West Midlands Fire Service chooses Oracle Cloud
The UK’s second largest fire and rescue service, West Midlands Fire Service, has appointed Oracle partner Namos Solutions to lead a digital transformation project which will see its finance and HR operations move to Oracle Cloud.
Oracle Q4 beats estimates
Oracle has reported its fiscal 2021 Q4 results, revealing total quarterly revenue growth of 8 percent year-on-year to $11.2bn.
Love in a time of coronavirus
When Dr Clare Wenham from the London School of Economics was interviewed by the BBC last year about her views on local lockdowns, it was the presence of her young daughter that stole the show.  It was a real moment that...
University of Edinburgh moves to the cloud
The University of Edinburgh has completed its migration of core IT systems to the Oracle Cloud with the support of Inoapps...