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This blog discusses Oracle's sustainability-related solutions and some of the sustainability activities at Oracle.

  • December 2, 2015

2015 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Award Recipients

Oracle Executive Vice Chairman of the Board Jeff Henley and Oracle
Chief Sustainability Officer Jon Chorley presented the
2015 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Awards to 10 deserving customers at Oracle OpenWorld. Cisco
was the top winner and received the 2015 Oracle Chief Sustainability Officer of
the Year Award. The other winning customers include: Balfour Beatty
Construction, Bank Asya, Cisco Systems, Companhia Docas de São Sebastião,
Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulations, Impulse Info Systems, The National
Agricultural Development Company, Skanska Ab, Sundrop Farms, and USAID Southern
Africa Trade Hub.  

There were also 4 partners recognized for their efforts:
Pincvision, APPSolve, Memora Processos Inovadores, and Raqmiyat.
This award recognizes the innovative use of Oracle technology to
address global sustainability business challenges. The winning customers
reduced their environmental footprint while also reducing costs using green
business practices and Oracle technology. For these customers, environmental
sustainability has become an essential ingredient to doing business responsibly
and successfully.

“The Oracle Sustainability Innovation Awards are about
honoring customers who are committed to making environmental issues a priority
across the enterprise,” said Jon Chorley, Chief Sustainability Officer and Group
Vice President of Product Strategy, Oracle.  “This year’s award winners
showcased unique ways to reduce costs and improve business efficiencies through
innovative green practices. We are thrilled to support their eco-transformation
and sustainability success.”

Nominations
are now open
for the 2016 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Award.

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