In July, Oracle announced the general availability of its Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, which allows organizations to easily build blockchain networks that can drive more-secure and more-efficient transactions, and to track goods through supply chains globally.
Oracle has many of the required components for a strong blockchain network already in place, including a powerful platform, compatible SaaS applications, and a comprehensive and proven cloud security portfolio. With these capabilities, Oracle is uniquely poised to deliver major benefits to customers. These include minimizing complexity and cost, improving the customer experience, hastening application delivery and integration, and increasing transparency throughout the supply chain.
“Blockchain promises to be one of the most transformative technologies of our generation,” said Amit Zavery, executive vice president of Oracle’s cloud platform business. “With Oracle’s platform; enterprises can enhance their business; eliminate unnecessary processes; and transact with their distributed networks more easily, transparently, and securely than ever before.”
Here, discover how blockchain is reducing risk and costs associated with common business processes, and learn how your business can use blockchain to drive innovation and accelerate profits.
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