In August, Oracle announced significant new capabilities and enhancements to Oracle Applications Cloud. With the introduction of Oracle Applications Cloud Release 13, Oracle further extended the industry’s broadest, deepest, and fastest-growing suite of cloud applications. Innovations in the new release enhance the user experience and empower business users across the organization, including customer experience, finance, HR, and supply chain professionals.
Here, learn more about Oracle’s next-generation cloud applications. Plus, find out more about Oracle’s newest cloud offerings, and get highlights from Profit’s summer issue about companies that are using the cloud to disrupt industries and meet rising customer expectations.
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