A hat-trick in cricket is when a bowler dismisses three batsmen consecutively. In futbol (aka soccer), as well as hockey, it’s when an individual player scores three goals in a game. Other sports have similar versions, but my point is, a hat-trick is not easily achieved.
I’d like to add my own version, from an Oracle perspective, that our own Mobile and Chatbots product team has garnered its own hat-trick for 2018. Oracle Mobile Cloud is being recognized as a leader for mobile development platforms by well know, highly respected analysts - Ovum, Forrester, and most recently, Gartner. Woot! It is an honor, and I am very proud of the hard work by the team led by Suhas Uliyar, Oracle VP Product Management, for their ongoing efforts.
You can details in the press releases and analysts reports below:
A few teaser excerpts from the releases & report:
“Smartphone adoption continues to grow and mobile apps, while key to engaging customers, are beginning to give way to new technologies like conversational interfaces,” said Suhas Uliyar, vice president, product management, Oracle. “The addition of services like Oracle’s intelligent bots, which can readily build chatbots for customers, will be instrumental for digital transformation as businesses engage with audiences on new and emerging platforms.”
Download the Gartner report here.
The author of The Forrester Wave™, Michael Facemire wrote: “Oracle has seen great adoption of its Mobile Cloud Enterprise platform since building it from the ground up in 2014. Oracle has added to this cloud-first platform with front-end tooling around web, chat, and low-code options. A unified programming model has allowed Oracle to build solid tooling (Visual Builder Cloud Service) to expose these components to a larger audience without going down the proprietary path where other vendors have stumbled in the past.”
Get the Forrester report here
Ovum: Oracle performed as a worthy leader in the ODM, with above average scoring in all three categories of technology, execution, and market impact.
Get the Ovum report here.
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