Friday Mar 27, 2015

Is Your Digital Transformation Stalled?

Digital Transformation is more popular than Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper movies are right now and that's saying something. Organizations that exploit the enabling technologies of cloud, analytics, social, mobile, Big Data, and IoT are running circles around their competition in their self-driving cars.

But not every organization is rocketing down the digital highway and I believe the culprit is the lack of a good navigation system.

Let's All Get On the Same Page

The Face of Frog ProtectinDepending on who you’re talking with, Digital Transformation can mean anything from equipping your entire sales force with tablets and cloud sales apps to converting all your cassette tapes to mp4 files.

So let's all get on the same page to avoid one of those moments like in that Discover Card fraud protection TV spot (“Just to be clear…you are saying frog protection").

As defined in the MIT Sloan Management Review analysis, The Nine Elements of Digital Transformation, it’s “the use of technology to radically improve performance or reach of enterprises”. I like that simple definition except for the last word—enterprises—because organizations of all types and sizes can benefit from Digital Transformation.

Is Your Organization's Digital Transformation Stalled?

A related MIT Sloan Management Review study, Embracing Digital Technology: A New Strategic Imperative found that:

  • According to 78% respondents, achieving digital transformation will become critical to their organizations within the next two years.
  • However, 63% said the pace of technology change in their organization is too slow.
  • The most frequently cited obstacle to digital transformation was “lack of urgency.”
  • Only 38% of respondents said that digital transformation was a permanent fixture on their CEO’s agenda

Where(How) Do You (Re)Start?

First: You can do it one step at a time.

Second: The most important lesson I’ve learned while working the last 16 years with growing midsize companies that have limited resources is that our customers expect Oracle to have the answers.

Third: That’s why we recently launched Modern Best Practicefree resources to help organizations lay out step by step action plans for digital transformation.

To make sure we’re all on the same page, Modern Best Practice is different from Old Fashioned Best Practice in that it embraces Digital Transformation and exploits the aforementioned enabling technologies. Furthermore, Modern Best Practice delivers consistently superior results, evolves with your business, is flexible, and supports growth and innovation.

Explore Our Roadmaps for Modern Best Practice

When customers tell me about how Oracle solutions have helped drive Digital Transformation viva the adoption of Modern Best Practice, they often describe it as, “leveraging technology to accomplish our goals in ways we never even imagined being possible”.

I invite you to explore Modern Best Practice for Finance, Sales, Marketing, Service, Procurement, and HR &Talent. We’re adding resources all the time as well as expanding our coverage to other process areas.


Jim Lein

Oracle for Midsize Businesses

Modern Best Practice exploits new capabilities made possible by cloud, mobile, social, analytics, big data, and IoT, making it possible for your organization to achieve more, faster and with fewer resources.  It is flexible, supports growth and innovation, and enables new ways to achieve consistently superior performance.

The views expressed here are my own, and not necessarily those of Oracle.

Thursday Mar 26, 2015

Your Journey to the Oracle Cloud

You can’t rush your journey to the cloud. It takes up front planning and analysis to determine your first steps toward a cloud environment. But with the right management tools and best practices in place, it can be a much faster, simpler, and more rewarding process than you might envision. Some initial steps to consider for your transition to cloud:

  1. A first step would be to consolidate, standardize and automate your existing on-premises IT environment. This lays a foundation for migration over time to the cloud. You don’t want to move from a heavily distributed, non-standardized environment and then just move that into the cloud. That just takes you from essentially existing physical “sprawl” to virtual “sprawl”. Standardizing and consolidating is a key first step to avoid propagation of these complexities into a cloud environment.
  2. Next, implement a private cloud, to leverage immediate benefits in increased agility while retaining control of your environment.  More and more companies are implementing a private cloud with self-service access, automation, elastic scaling, and so forth, to achieve the benefits of cloud on-premises.
  3. Explore Oracle’s extensive public cloud services, from cloud applications, to PaaS, to IaaS.  Educate yourself about the offerings with the multitude of white papers, webcasts, demos, and videos available.  This will help you in your planning and strategizing on which project to implement in Oracle Cloud first.
  4. Look at the management capabilities included with the Oracle Cloud services.  A key aspect is the use of Oracle Enterprise Manager, which allows you to manage your on-premises or private cloud, as well as your services running in Oracle Cloud.
  5. Start with your simplest use cases, and move those first, such as development and test.  Development and test environments are ideal as they typically have no data dependency or security considerations, as you are using strictly test data. 

For further information on moving to cloud, you can start here

Thursday Mar 19, 2015

SaaS for Dummies

 Cloud is no longer just an IT or Technology issue, cloud is becoming  increasingly popular at organizations around the world as they are realizing that cloud has something for everyone, including business managers.  Industry trends are showing that LOB leaders are taking more of a prominent role in decision making when it comes to adopting cloud applications for their department. So the question becomes, how do you talk cloud for those that lack IT vocabulary?

SaaS for dummies of course.


The digital age is here to stay and we know that social mobile and cloud technologies are rapidly affecting every aspect of business whether it’s operations, customer interactions or evening hiring the best talent. Modern businesses today face a plethora of challenges. Customer expectations are higher than ever, hiring the best talent is becoming increasingly important as well as increasingly difficult.  Employees and customers alike want to access information anytime and from any device. To succeed in today’s world and to meet these new challenges, businesses need to modernize and the only way to do this is with a modern cloud solution.


So you may be thinking, how does this affect me? What is my role as a business manager? As a business manager, you simply want to do your job better, answer  business requests effectively and meet departmental demands. You want to drive innovation, increase collaboration and move faster than ever before.  The key is in selecting the right SaaS solution for your business.



So where do you go next? What should you be looking for? What questions can you ask your cloud provider?

Check out the brand new “SaaS for Dummies” e-book and find out how to get your head in the cloud. In the book, you will learn :

How to understand the buzzwords and cut through the hype
How Cloud can benefit every Lob from HR to Sales to Finance, Marketing and Service
How to evaluate potential cloud providers by asking them the right questions.

Check out SaaS for dummies today



Wednesday Feb 18, 2015

Learn About Oracle Managed Cloud Services at Two Events in March

 Learn How Managed Cloud Services Can Be Your On-Ramp to the Cloud at Alliance 15

Will you be attending the Alliance 15 conference taking place March 15-18 in Nashville?  If so, then you won't want to miss the Oracle Managed Cloud Services: Your On-Ramp to the Cloud session on Tuesday, March 17th at 9:15 a.m.  Oracle Managed Cloud Services provides a secure, robust, integrated on-ramp to your hybrid cloud solutions.  In this session, we will lay out the vision and strategy behind enabling clients to focus on innovation, not integration.  You will learn how Oracle delivers enterprise-grade, end-to-end managed cloud services across its broad portfolio of business applications, middleware, database, and hardware technologies.  Attend this session and learn how to confidently start your journey to the cloud.  Click here for more information.



Managed Cloud Services Executive Summit:  Cloud Solutions that Accelerate Business Value

March 24, 2015 in Austin, Texas

Cloud computing is changing the way technology impacts and delivers value to the organization.  While cost is still a primary driver for cloud, improved business agility and faster innovation are growing factors for cloud adoption.  How can you take advantage of the trend toward cloud computing and leverage the investments you've already made in Oracle?  Join us for the Oracle Managed Cloud Services Executive Summit where our executives will explore the different cloud delivery models available from Oracle and why a privately managed cloud may be the right model for part or all of your organization.  For more information call 719.757.2065.


Thursday Feb 12, 2015

Webcast: Accelerate Your Cloud Journey with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

On February 17, join us for a webcast about the journey to the cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. (If you can't make it, you can watch the webcast later on demand.)

Last month, Oracle announced a new release of Enterprise Manager with many new cloud management capabilities, especially around Database as a Service and Middleware as a Service. This is a good opportunity to learn how the new capabilities fit into the overall cloud story.

On the agenda:

  • The Cloud Journey
  • Private Cloud Platform as a Service
  • Making the Journey with Enterprise Manager 12c
  • Customer Case Studies
  • Looking Ahead: The Hybrid Cloud

Register here

 

Friday Feb 06, 2015

Personalized Technology: The New Frontier in Cloud Computing

written by Lisa M. Schwartz @leeza2020

As it is with medicine and learning institutions, we often rely on traditional ways of treating people in large groups so that positive effects can be achieved quickly for the masses. Yet, today, consumers want more. They are asking for the next level in personalization: How can medicines and treatments be tailored so that they work best for “ME”? Or, how does a tailored training course help “ME” to learn faster?

In medicine, a growing number of researchers, healthcare clinicians, and an increasing number of patients are calling for a more personalized approach aimed at preventing disease and tailoring treatment if a disease becomes a reality - often referred to as personalized medicine, genomic medicine or precision medicine.

Even educational institutions use the phrase, “personalized learning”, to refer to tailoring lessons to different students. They point to the myriad of digital devices, software, and learning platforms offering educators an array of options for tailoring lessons to students' preferences.

The Advent of Personalized Cloud Technology Software

And so it goes, in the cloud computing software world.

How can software be personalized in the cloud to work better for “ME”, the individual?

As consumers, most of us don’t mind having recommendations made to us based upon our last purchases, especially if they are relevant and timely to our interests. And similarly, as employees using business software, we want to be able to tailor software, even have insights and recommendations made to us, so we can be more empowered and effective in in our day to day tasks.

And today this phenomenon is only accelerating. Gen Y or Millennials are the largest generation now in the workforce since the baby boomers. Millennials, have taken the lead in seizing all the new platforms of the digital era—the internet, mobile technology, social media—to construct personalized networks. They are “digital natives”—the only generation for which these new technologies are not something they’ve had to adopt. Personalization is something they have come to expect. (1)

Not only Millennials, but most digital users today want to know more, quickly and easily. There is an expectation that business software will allow us to personalize, enabling us get better results for the company and ultimately help us to excel in our positions.

“Treat Everyone the Same” 1St Gen Cloud Apps Providers

Yet, not all cloud software gives the user the flexible personalization they need, due to a “one size fits all software design in the cloud” built by the majority of SaaS software providers. This “one size fits all” design enables the software provider to manage and upgrade all their customers at one time, treating them as a large group. This 1st generation “treat everyone the same design” decreases the provider’s costs. Not only is this practice prevalent in the cloud but is a predominant practice in medical and educational institutions. The result of this “treat everyone the same” is: limited personalization, limited options and limited benefits for the consumer.

Distinctions of Modern 2nd Generation Cloud Apps Providers

However not all cloud providers use this approach in cloud application design. 2nd generation cloud application providers understand that personalization for each customer and each individual is now a requirement. Modern cloud application providers are taking a personalized approach to cloud design and understand that each customer is unique, has unique business processes, has unique data requirements and that all customers do not fit nicely into one group. 2nd generation cloud application providers offer customers’ choice and personalization in cloud software for their business.

Personalizing Beyond the SaaS Application with PaaS

Not only does personalization include the capabilities to make choices within the application but also includes a complete breadth of services available to you if you want to extend beyond your SaaS application with Platform as a Service (PaaS). Perhaps you want create a new application or mashup information into your SaaS application from external data sources. When choosing a cloud applications provider, it is equally important to look very closely at the standards based capabilities within their cloud PaaS platform.


Things to Look for in a Modern Cloud Platform Provider

· Provides a well-known standards based cloud platform to maintain consistent governance and standards across the business

· Allows you to personalize and extend your SaaS cloud applications quickly

· No lock-in with unknown proprietary languages or databases

· Maintains a secure cloud platform that connects easily with SaaS applications and other clouds

· Allows you to move your applications if you choose to another platform

· Provides pre-built services at every layer that will help your business innovate and personalize beyond the SaaS application.

     As we enter into the next frontier of personalized cloud technology, be sure to examine closely the nuances of cloud providers and how  they allow you to personalize your cloud. In this 2nd generation of cloud applications and cloud platforms, it is not an unreasonable for you to expect more choice and personalization in the cloud.

 For find out more about Personalizing SaaS applications and modern standards based cloud platform services, PaaS, watch and share this fun and fact filled video.

          1.  (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-komisarjevsky/millennials-are-defining-_b_5714683.html)

Tuesday Feb 03, 2015

Five best practices for PaaS [Platform as a Service]

In the Fall of 2014, ComputerWorld published a report detailing the results from a survey conducted with 300 IT executives and practitioners worldwide. The questions ranged from type of applications being run on the cloud now and in the future, support for mission-critical apps, the challenges faced from an interoperability perspective, and more. The results highlighted some critical insights from these experts which for certain topics were surprisingly significantly aligned. Calling this phenomena [this alignment] the wisdom of the crowd, we bet that as the industry moves forward with the cloud initiative, IT leaders worldwide are increasingly adopting these practices, driving these to become best practices. Hence our attempt at culling these and putting these within an infographic, so its easily available at a birds eye view level to IT practitioners undertaking their cloud journey right now.

For further details, refer to the the ComputerWorld Survey report here.

Tuesday Jan 27, 2015

Oracle FLEXCUBE on Managed Cloud Services Provides Hampden & Co., a new UK bank with a modern technology platform to accelerate innovation, reduce risk and lower costs

 Financial institutions gain the advantages of Oracle Financial Services by having Oracle manage their banking insurance and analytical applications like FLEXCUBE, OFSAA, Insbridge and others.

Oracle is committed to providing all applications, middleware, and database solutions as customer-proven offerings that dramatically lower risk and TCO.

The key benefits to Financial Services customers are:

  • Accelerated deployment
  • Reduced and predictable IT costs
  • Reduced upgrade risk and downtime
  • World class security and regulatory compliance
  • SLAs for availability and disaster recovery

Hampden & Co., a new UK private bank scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2015, has chosen Oracle FLEXCUBE on Oracle Managed Cloud Services to provide a comprehensive, modern, highly secure, and compliant digital banking platform that is scalable in-line with business growth.  Using Oracle Managed Cloud Services with Oracle FLEXCUBE will enable Hampden & Co. to deliver enhanced, personalized products and services by aggregating and managing data from multiple sources to better understand customer requirements.  Additionally, having Oracle experts manage Hampden & Co.'s cloud-based IT infrastructure will allow the bank to focus business resources on innovation while operating at peak efficiency, with IT systems that are readily available, secure and up-to-date.

Read the press release Hampden & Co. Selects Oracle FLEXCUBE on Managed Cloud Services to Deliver Superior Customer Service.

 Learn more about Oracle Managed Cloud Services and Oracle Financial Services Managed Cloud Solutions.


Friday Jan 16, 2015

Is Your PaaS Delivering the Agility Your Users Demand?

Jan. 28, 2015, Cloud Platform Online Forum

Join Oracle at the keynote as we kick off the online forum with IDC analyst Robert Mahowald. Learn how to rapidly build, deploy, manage, and secure rich applications and enable business collaboration and innovation using an integrated cloud platform built on the industry’s #1 Database and Application Server.

Following the keynote, stay for highly engaging content specifically designed for:

  • Java and Database developers
  • Database managers and administrators
  • IT operations managers
  • Lines of business managers

Review the full agenda for more information. Experts will be available for online chat to answer your technical questions.

Thursday Jan 15, 2015

New Enterprise Manager Release Delivers Adaptive Private PaaS

We are pleased to announce an update to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 4. The update is now available for download on Oracle Technology Network.  

So what exactly is adaptive private PaaS?

Recent releases of Enterprise Manager have expanded capabilities around Platform as a Service (PaaS) delivery in your private cloud. In particular, the EM Cloud Management Packs have focused on two critical areas for Oracle customers: Database as a Service (DBaaS) and Middleware as a Service (MWaaS).

In this release, these PaaS capabilities have become more adaptive to complex, rapidly growing environments. The detailed blog post on the Enterprise Manager blog looks at 3 areas where database and middleware users and managers will benefit.

Read more here.

Monday Jan 12, 2015

Learn how you can get even more from your Oracle investment with Oracle Functional Business Services


Oracle  Functional Business Services go beyond core infrastructure and application management services to provide you with services that span the entire software lifecycle.  From migration, testing and deployment to compliance and disaster recovery, Oracle experts help you get the most out of your cloud deployment.

Services that are discussed are:

Technical Upgrade Service - delivered using Oracle tools, methodologies, and best practices

Functional Service Desk- providing administrative and functional support for Oracle cloud based applications

Testing Service - to determine if current IT infrastructure has adequate capacity to accommodate anticipated peak workload and to uncover software regression issues when software changes are introduced into the system

CEMLI Migration Service - to ensure unique business capabilities continue to function and achieve optimal performance by providing remediation and maintenance services for such capabilities via highly experienced experts with an intimate understanding of Oracle technologies and the ability to map business requirements to Oracle functionality

Intuit shares their business drivers for utilizing Oracle Functional Business Services in their own implementation and the benefits they have achieved.  

Featured speakers are:

Michael Hutchinson, GVP Cloud Services Customer Management, Oracle

Oommen Cherian, VP Managed Cloud Customer Management, Oracle

David Jankowski, Director of Engineering, Intuit, Inc

Watch the webcast now

Learn even more at the OMCS Functional Business Services Center of Excellence Summit in Bangalore, India.  It will be held February 24-26, 2015.

This event is suitable for any company who is interested in learning about our Functional Business Services.  Reference customers will be onsite, discussing their experiences with Managed Cloud's Functional Business Services.

The event will include presentations, interactive discussions, floor walks, networking activities, a cultural tour and dedicated time for 1:1 meetings.

Contact susan.keefe@oracle.com for more details.



Monday Nov 24, 2014

Oracle Managed Cloud Services Wins the Frost & Sullivan 2014 North American Customer Value Leadership Award for Managed Cloud


The 2014 Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Award - North America Managed Cloud Customer Value Leadership Award, rated Oracle Managed Cloud Services as the clear leader versus other providers; Managed Cloud received an "exceptional" rating in 9 of 10 evaluation categories.  The research report is an excellent look at our industry and what is valued by cloud customers looking for a managed solution.

View this video to learn more about the Frost & Sullivan 2014 North American Customer Value leadership Award for Managed Cloud Services and to see Steve McMillan, SVP Oracle Managed Cloud Services, accept the award on Oracle's behalf. 

Friday Nov 14, 2014

"Be a disrupter"- A Recap of Cloudworld Frankfurt

written by:  Petra Brücklmeier

“Be a disruptor“ – with these words, Jürgen Kunz, Oracle Senior Vice President and Country Leader Germany, ended his opening keynote at Oracle CloudWorld in Frankfurt. Around 1,000 participants came to the Congress Center not only to learn about the latest Oracle Cloud developments but also to experience and discuss what digital transformation means and which disruptive consequences it has for most – in fact: all – sectors of the economy.

Mr. Kunz illustrated what disruptive – the changing of everything that has been – means using the example of the taxi industry and its new competitor Uber. Without digitalization, Uber`s business model would be unthinkable, which is true for Airbnb and many others who stir up traditional fields as well. But he also pointed out that with the rise of driverless cars the business model of Uber might have to change soon again.

According to Jürgen Kunz, only companies that are able to imagine, develop, and realize truly disruptive business models had a chance to survive through digital transformation. The Oracle Cloud portfolio offers the necessary foundation: it is comprehensive, flexible, and scalable to make quickly bring services to the market. „The only constant is change“has never been as true as it is today.

This observation was confirmed by guest speaker Thomas Sattelberger, former board member of Telekom AG, Continental AG, and Lufthansa Passage. In a stirring speech, he pleaded for more risk-taking in Germany instead of resting on the laurels of the past. The country and its companies had to accept that similarly good products could be produced all over the world. Future business models evolved around Smart Services offered around these products. If German manufacturers did not understand this, corresponding services would be offered by American internet companies, degrading the German industry to a mere supplier.

In this context, he also said that the government should consider reforming education goals to cultivate entrepreneurship and risk-taking which may ultimately lead to new business models. „Surfing the wave or running from the tsunami, it is for us to choose“, Mr. Sattelberger said at the end of his speech. The long applause showed that his audience tended to consider themselves surfers.

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Up next was Steve Miranda, Oracle Executive Vice President Applications Development, who explained the benefits of the Oracle Cloud Services, especially Oracle CX Cloud, Oracle HR Cloud, and Oracle ERP Cloud. He said that the modern cloud was personalized, connected, and safe – personalized meaning that it was tailored to the user with all the dashboards, reports, and processes they needed; connected, that processes and analytics were integrated and there was a network including all required data and persons. And to meet local data security standards and protect data, the correct security functions have to be available. At the same time, Mr. Miranda showed that the cloud had to be viewed less as an outsourcing and more as a driver of innovation by now. This is because cloud applications help to make resources available quickly and easily when they are needed. A group of Oracle customers on the main stage with companies such as Elsevier, Elizabeth Arden, Soundcloud, and the German Federal Employment Agency confirmed their positive experience with Oracle Cloud solutions.

Another use case followed: Peter Gapp, responsible for IT and Cloud Governance at Siemens, explained how his company benefits from the cloud, stressing that national borders were no obstacles for a global player such as Siemens. He gave fascinating examples of consolidating Marketing Automation and CRM in a single tool, thereby optimizing the data transfer from marketing to sales departments which brings the operation closer to the customer. Despite still being perceived differently, Mr. Gapp said that Siemens was no longer an ocean liner but worked to be close to its customers with many small speed boats. The Oracle cloud helps him to achieve this.

After a fascinating and inspiring morning, the afternoon offered seven Breakout Sessions. Oracle Cloud experts and users presented topics such as: Modern Backoffice, More Selling, IT Platform in the Cloud, Marketing Transformation, HR as a Business-Shaping Factor, and Modern Customer Service. The parallel exhibition and the breaks presented opportunities for discussion around the keynotes and sessions as well as to exchange experiences before the event ended with cold beers and music.

Tuesday Oct 28, 2014

Maximize the Value of Your Oracle Investment

Whether you are already a customer of Oracle Managed Cloud Services or are considering becoming one, you will not want to miss this opportunity to learn how you can get even more from your Oracle investment with Oracle Functional Business Services.

 Oracle Functional Business Services go beyond core infrastructure and application management services to provide you with services that span the entire software lifecycle.  From migration, testing and deployment to compliance and disaster recovery, Oracle experts help you get the most out of your cloud deployment - improving operational excellence, driving down costs, reducing risk and sharpening your competitive advantage.

Join us for this live webcast and learn how you can take advantage of Oracle's extensive expertise to offload tactical IT tasks which will enable you to focus on being innovative and strategic within your organization.  Services that will be covered include:

  • Technical Upgrade Service - delivered using Oracle tools, methodologies, and best practices designed and built to provide for ongoing operability, with software management efficiencies in mind.
  • Functional Service Desk - providing administrative and functional support for your cloud based Oracle applications.  Business functional experts start with a thorough understanding of your business so they can help your employees incorporate new solutions, resolve issues faster, and focus on key business functions.
  • Testing Service - to help you determine if your IT infrastructure has adequate capacity to accommodate your anticipated peak workload and to uncover software-regression issues when software changes are introduced into your system.
  • CEMLI Migration Service - to ensure your unique business capabilities continue to function and achieve optimal performance by providing remediation and maintenance services for such capabilities via highly experienced experts with an intimate understanding of Oracle technologies and the ability to map business requirements to Oracle functionality.

You will also hear from Intuit as they share their business drivers for utilizing Oracle Functional Business Services in their own implementation and the benefits they have achieved.

 The webcast will take place on Tuesday, November 18, 2014; 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

Featured speakers are:

Michael Hutchinson, GVP Cloud Services Customer Management, Oracle

Oommen Cherian, VP Managed Cloud Customer Management, Oracle

David Jankowski, Director Engineering, Intuit, Inc

Register today for this live webcast!


Friday Oct 03, 2014

Can your cloud provider keep up with your modern business?

This week at OOW we gained a wealth of information. At a high level we got to hear from many technology experts and industry analysts on the era of digital disruption and how these no longer “new” technologies “cloud” “social and mobile” are taking over the way we do business. Old applications just can’t measure up. As CEO Mark Hurd said it best during his keynote on Monday morning, most of these “old applications are pre-internet, pre-cloud, pre-mobile and pre-social. They don’t allow for flexible upgrades or other capabilities that are a must have in today’s modern digital age”.

Amidst the buzz around Oracle’s modern cloud offerings, Oracle made another announcement regarding its innovative Customer2Cloud program. Here is a quick summary in case you missed the details. Oracle install base customers can now easily migrate to the cloud by reallocating their existing unused seats and support spend to moving their applications to the cloud. In addition, to removing financial barriers, Oracle offers rapid start-up services and packed integrations to ensure a successful transition to the cloud. The best part? The program is available for all Oracle ERP, EPM, HCM and CRM customers. With Oracle’s new Customer2Cloud program, you can now start achieving all the real benefits of modern cloud applications for your business- faster innovation, lower costs and a better experience for your customers.

Where do you go next? There are many cloud providers in the marketplace today. How do you choose the one that is best for your business? A cloud provider should be more than provider. They should be a partner that you can trust for the long term. They should be able to support your business along its journey to innovation, expansion and competitive edge in the marketplace. With Oracle’s Customer2Cloud program and modern cloud applications, you can be on your way to the cloud in no time.

Check out this executive overview on Customer2Cloud:


Want to know more about Oracle’s Customer2Cloud program? Click here.

For the Customer2Cloud Press Release click here.

Want to know more about Oracle’s SaaS offerings? Click here.

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