Oracle and Uber's 'Collect and Recieve' will change the way you shop/ Uber app
Uber and Oracle’s ‘Collect and Receive’ will change the way you shop
Uber and Oracle's collaboration builds on their seven-year strategic cloud partnership. With Collect and Recieve, retailers to rebalance inventory while giving customers more choices in regards to delivery options and postal locations.
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Oracle booster for healthcare with GenAI, finance and supply chain tools
Oracle has announced new generative AI services for healthcare organizations to help providers focus more on patient engagement.
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ERP at the center of sustainability and human impact
The role of ERP systems has evolved beyond their function as operational tools and they have emerged as instruments for sustainable business.
Cormac Watters, executive vice president of applications for Oracle Europe, Middle East and Africa
Oracle: you got a big friend in Big Red
Cormac Watters tells ERP Today how Oracle is opening up, to become best friends with some of the world’s most philanthropic organizations.
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Race for the prize: An update on the AI race as ChatGPT speeds ahead
All vendors bring distinctive value propositions to enterprises - choose wisely or find yourself obsolete in the age of AI!
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Oracle and Microsoft expand partnership with new service launch
Oracle and Microsoft have expanded their partnership with the launch of their new service Oracle Database@Azure.
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Opkey to sponsor Oracle CloudWorld, Las Vegas
Opkey, the test-automation firm and long-time partners with Oracle, are sponsoring their CloudWorld event hosted in Las Vegas from September 18-21, 2023.
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Oracle’s Q1 2024 results reveal slower cloud sales, Musk AI deal
Oracle’s figures for the first quarter 2024 saw slow cloud sales growth stifling enthusiasm, but further optimism for increased AI demand
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Birmingham shows ERP is an existential threat for councils
When Birmingham City Council declared itself “essentially bankrupt”, we couldn't unsee its eye-wateringly over-budget ERP implementation bill.
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Oracle and VMware reveal cloud solution to fast-track modernization
VMware has expanded its long-standing partnership with Oracle to help customers modernize their VMware workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
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Oracle joins White House’s CancerX to aid the fight against cancer
Oracle has been recognized as a founding member of CancerX, an inaugural project in The White House’s national Cancer Moonshot initiative.
A face of a llama | Is Zuckerberg winning “the wrestling match” with Musk and ChatGPT
Is Zuck winning the AI cage fight versus Musk and ChatGPT?
While Zuckerberg’s Llama 2 is the new kid on the block, is it really a threat to ChatGPT and how will it compete against Musk’s xAI?
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CIQ, Oracle and SUSE create OpenELA following RHEL changes
CIQ, Oracle and SUSE have announced their intent to form the OpenELA to drive the development of distributions compatible with RHEL.
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Oracle debuts Compute Cloud@Customer
Oracle unveiled Compute Cloud@Customer, to enable enterprises to leverage OCI compute across diverse locations.
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United BioSource with Oracle Argus sees pharma leave premises
United BioSource, LLC (UBC), a provider of evidence-based research for the biopharma industry, has migrated its safety functions from on-premises to Oracle Argus Cloud Service.
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Oracle secures the cloud for DoD
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has introduced a new Secure Cloud Computing Architecture (SCCA) for the U.S Department of Defense.
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Off with their head! Why more tech firms are ditching their HQs
An increasing number of tech companies are abandoning the traditional HQ in favor of becoming “headquarter-less”, post-pandemic.  
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Oracle Cloud World represents a maturation from ‘seller of tech’ to ‘partner for good’
Oracle Cloud World represents the final piece in the jigsaw for Oracle's own journey of transformation and discovery.
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Oracle unveils new AI-powered capabilities to enhance HR productivity
Oracle has announced the addition of generative AI-powered capabilities within its Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to improve existing HR processes and drive faster business value, improve productivity and enhance the candidate and employee experience.
Oracle5 Live sees Oracle’s EBS ecosystem connect in the heart of London
Oracle5 Live is amongst the newest names in the B2B live space, coming back for only its second iteration this month in London.
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Oracle launches EU Sovereign Cloud to jump data privacy hurdles
Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud is aimed at helping EU organizations gain control over data privacy and sovereignty requirements.
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Oracle unveils OCI Compute E5 to enhance performance and lower costs
OCI Compute E5 instances aims to offer more CPU cores, better performance per core, better memory bandwidth, and higher storage capacity than previous iterations with customizable options. 
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Oracle, Salesforce Ventures and NVIDIA invest in Cohere
Oracle has invested in Cohere, a generative AI company, in a deal estimating the business at around $2.2bn.
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Oracle Q4 cloud wins “doing better” than SAP, AWS, Ellison claims
Oracle has announced its fourth quarter financial results, with rising demand for its cloud offerings said to be driven by AI technology investment and what Oracle chair and CTO Larry Ellison claims are “dramatically lower costs" compared to other vendors.
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Oracle5: Live, UK’s only dedicated oracle user event, returns to London this month
This year's Oracle5: Live promises to deliver unparalleled insights into the latest Oracle applications developments and industry updates.
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Oracle reveals NetSuite for Government for SME agencies
Oracle has unveiled Oracle NetSuite for Government, a new suite of cloud solutions specifically designed for the needs of small-to-midsize state and local government agencies.
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Exclusive: Huawei talks making the “TikTok of ERP”, MetaERP – from inception and beyond
MetaERP from Chinese tech giant Huawei isn’t your average entry in ERP business. As Huawei tells ERP Today in its only international interview regarding the project, “without US sanctions, Huawei had never considered developing its own ERP.”
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Employee experience capabilities Grow with Oracle
In a recent announcement at Oracle CloudWorld 2023, Oracle has unveiled updates to Oracle ME, the employee experience platform within Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM).
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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.
Civil Nuclear Constabulary accelerate Oracle Cloud go live with Quite Laterally and Namos
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) partnered with Quite Laterally and Namos Solutions to implement an Oracle Cloud solution.