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Partner Webcast – Moving Oracle Workloads to Cloud: ISV & Bespoke Applications with Oracle Database

Thanos Terentes Printzios
EMEA A&C Technology Adoption Manager

Migrate Any Workload to the CloudMoving & deploying ISV & bespoke applications on the Oracle Cloud enables customers to accelerate innovation and drive digital transformation initiatives while reducing costs. Only Oracle offers the ability to rely on a single platform to lift & shift your customers' Oracle workloads with 100% compatibility, extend your apps via mobile, social, IoT and more, and connect them to any new SaaS application, Oracle or not.

In this sales focused webcast, exclusive for Oracle partners, you will understand the benefits that your customers will obtain from moving their bespoke or ISV applications to the Oracle Cloud, the steps you should follow to help them in their journey avoiding business disruption and ensuring SLAs, and how to qualify your opportunities and handle objections.

Agenda:

  • Market Opportunity for Bespoke and ISV applications
  • Customer Challenges
  • Oracle Cloud: the platform for critical workloads
  • Customer Scenarios
  • Competition & Objection Handling
  • The Partner Services Opportunity
  • Resources for Partners

Presenter: 
Walter Goerner, Director Cloud Business Development, Oracle EMEA

Javier Puerta, Director, DB Cloud & Infrastructure Partner Programs, Oracle EMEA


Delivery Format
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24 hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.

Date: Thursday, Aug 24th  , 10 am CEST (9am BST/11am EEST)

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For any questions please contact us at partner.imc@beehiveonline.oracle.com

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