Oracle Cloud reveals latest business client wins

Thomas Kurian, president, product development, OracleBusiness technology major Oracle says it added thousands of customers to its Oracle Cloud platform in the second quarter of FY17.

Oracle Cloud now manages more than 55 billion transactions each day for companies including Brinks, Doosan, Falkonry, G&J Pepsi Bottling, GE, Pernod Ricard, RadioShack, Safe Ports, T-Mobile, Trek, University of Kansas, and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

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“Leading organizations are looking to Oracle for comprehensive cloud solutions that enable them to quickly integrate, customize, and extend as they continue migrating their business to the cloud,” said Thomas Kurian, president, product development, Oracle.

Oracle is increasing its infrastructure investments including the global expansion of its Regions to deliver Oracle Cloud services. Oracle Cloud is the industry’s most integrated public cloud, including SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.

In the past two years alone, Oracle has delivered more than 50 PaaS and IaaS services to market and introduced new deployment options like Oracle Cloud at Customer, providing unparalleled opportunity for customers.

Customer achievements

G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers has tapped Oracle HCM Cloud for improving HR management efficiency by boosting recruiting and onboarding effectiveness cost efficiently.

Oracle HCM Cloud assisted the family run business to leverage social media to increase candidate pools from 20 to up to 300 people for a job. Managers got instant access to updated HR information to effectively manage their teams.

“All of this while being intuitive and eliminating the hassle of excess paperwork. Oracle has helped transform the role of human resources in the organization from recordkeeping to a true strategic business partner,” said Christina Walker, executive vice president, Human Resources, G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Inc.

GE is utilizing an ERP Cloud with the technology partnership with Oracle.

“GE is transforming from an industrial business to the leading digital industrial and a top 10 software vendor. Cloud adoption is critical for this transformation as GE Digital markets its industrial internet cloud,” said Pradeep Juttu, director of Integration Architecture at GE Digital.

MCH Strategic Data selected Oracle Cloud – Oracle Database Cloud Service, Oracle Compute Cloud Service and Oracle Storage Cloud Service – for its in-house application development and testing environment to provision new database environments fast, accelerate time to market from months to weeks.

Brian Vogelsmeier, director of Information Technology, MCH Strategic Data, said: “With a staff of less than 100 people, we rely on third-party vendors to manage many of our technology systems. When one of the vendors needed to be replaced, we standardized on Oracle as other vendors failed to meet our needs.”

RadioShack has deployed Oracle Retail Merchandising System on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service and reduced physical server footprint and get faster access to new releases.

“The end result is better performance and lower costs,” said David Rawls, vice president of technology, RadioShack. “We also can extend compute power at the click of a button, which is especially important during the holiday surge.”

Safe Ports used Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service to provision Oracle workloads, as well as install custom-built applications for non-Oracle workloads.

Sergei Petrov, CTO of Safe Ports, said: “The communication and integration between the two is seamless because they run on the same environment and gives us a major advantage.”

Trek Bicycle Corporation used Oracle SOA Cloud and Oracle Developer Cloud Services, as well as Oracle’s Infrastructure as a Service to support growth in global markets by providing increased stability, efficiency and availability of mission critical SOA infrastructure.

“With Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, we are developing Mobile Apps which enable our dealers to provide better customer experiences by delivering information and services where and when they need them,” said Girish Washikar, global ERP technical manager, Trek Bicycle Corporation.

Meanwhile, the company announced the availability of the Oracle Database Cloud Service on bare metal compute, and new virtual machine (VM) compute, load balancing, and storage capabilities – on the modern IaaS platform.

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