The journey to Oracle Cloud often begins with a single step, to paraphrase a common saying. And while Oracle has many avenues for businesses to deliver a cloud-based success, often we rely on the expertise of our partners to guide customers along the path.
Such is the case of Vertice Cloud, an Oracle Platinum partner and recipients of the Oracle Excellence Award for the last two years. The Ireland-based company has spent a considerable amount of time helping other companies in the UK and Europe realize their business goals by using the cloud as the backbone of their infrastructure. Times are good for partners that enable companies to add more cloud infrastructure as a service. The global cloud migration services market size is expected to reach $9.6 billion by 2023, rising at a market growth of 22 percent according to researchers with Markets and Markets.
Recently, Oracle sat down with CEO Tony Cassidy to discuss his approach to helping customers. While many organizations continue to run operations on premises, Cassidy touts Oracle's ability to help customers transition to more cloud-based direction.
In the following video, Cassidy shares his confidence in the direction of Oracle Analytics Cloud and reveals his plans to relaunch Vertice as the Oracle Cloud pure-play partner.
Because of its collaboration with Oracle, Vertice touts two marquee customers that have made a transition to cloud: An Post (Ireland's state-run postal system) and iCabbi (software that taxi fleet managers use to connect drivers and passengers. Both companies
The video below Cassidy describes how Oracle Analytics Cloud’s hybrid architecture enabled the delivery of customer analytics for An Post in just six weeks.
In the case of iCabbi, Vertice helped the startup software provider for dispatch companies connect passengers and drivers more efficiently. Cassidy describe delivering a pure-play cloud analytics solution that offers new insight across all his customers' data from around the globe.
Of course, Vertice is just one of the Oracle's partners using Oracle Analytics to support their customers' digital transformations and cloud-based endeavors.
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