Oracle OpenWorld 2018 is only a couple of weeks away and if there is one feature of this conference that is a must see, then it is the Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem Pavilion where more than a dozen startups from The Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem will be in attendance. Our ecosystem’s 2018 cohort pushes the envelope on cloud services that help make modern businesses run smoother, smarter and faster than ever before.
For a second year in a row, our startup participants from around the world will showcase the businesses they have built across wide ranging industries that help solve modern cloud business challenges creatively and quickly.
This event allows us to create significant awareness of our startup community and our enterprise customers are excited to learn about the advanced technology our cutting-edge startups are bringing into the mix, – helping to create co-innovation and co-development practices that push the envelope of innovation around Oracle’s Cloud Services. Since the inception of this program we have seen that by leveraging Oracle Cloud Services we can better unlock the full value and potential of Oracle resources for our startups.
Our mission with the Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem is to build a thriving global startup community that can drive the digital economy, based on collaborative partnerships that enable next-generation growth, business development and cloud-based innovation.
2018 Participants in Attendance
Nearly 20 startups will have a station at the South Upper Lobby Moscone Center where founders and executives will be available to meet with the public and demonstrate their products. They will also be participating in speaking sessions, panels and special events.
Here’s a sneak preview of the organizations that will be attending OpenWorld and a few examples of the business problems these companies are solving using Oracle Cloud Technology:
Gapsquare: (Bristol, UK) The World Economic Forum estimates it will take 217 years to close the gender pay gap. Gapsquare believes that by using science and technology we can skip two centuries of inequality.
Gapsquare is a leading solutions provider of pay transparency and gender pay gap analysis.
Gapsquare’s solution allows organizations to be self-sufficient in analysis and understanding of the gender pay gap and managing the process of change when narrowing the gap in pay between gender or ethnicity groups.
Agamon: (Tel Aviv, Israel) A healthcare intelligence platform that breaks down data silos—aggregating mass volumes of data, structuring the unstructured and extracting valuable insights that propel the much-needed advancement of healthcare and precision medicine.
1 Echo: (Santa Monica, California) An employee engagement platform that helps companies modernize training strategies and content delivery to enable their workforce to align with today’s digital habits. Delivering need-to-know information through a mobile-first methodology via push notifications, 1Echo allows employees to engage “on-the-go” while providing real-time feedback and analytics. Micro-learning through mobile engagement delivers ‘just-in-time’ content using a communication model proven to boost participation, improve retention and better engage the workforce.
Intelipost: (Sao Paulo, Brazil) A SaaS startup that tackles freight and transportation management by providing online and offline businesses (shippers) with a platform that enables the real-time comparison of freight options and tracking of deliveries across hundreds of logistics providers at a lower cost.
All participants in the Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem are also Gold Member OPN partners that integrate seamlessly with Oracle products.
Bring your customers, partners and prospects to our Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem Pavilion located in South Upper Lobby Moscone Center to meet the startups. Learn more about their capabilities by scheduling one-on-one time with the founders and executives.