How Oracle Cloud Lift Services are assisting 1,000 plus global organizations

More than 1,000 global organizations are using Oracle Cloud Lift Services to accelerate the migration of workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
Oracle Cloud for CIOsCustomers and partners, including Ingersoll Rand, Volvo Group, Suramericana SA, National Pharmacies, Accenture, Cognizant, Infosys, and Syntax, are using Oracle Cloud Lift Services.

Oracle is enhancing the service offering with new capabilities that make it easier for customers to design and migrate their data lakehouse and AI-enabled application environments to OCI.

Oracle Cloud Lift Services, launched in March 2021, provide organizations with a single point of contact for end-to-end technical delivery, remove critical expertise barriers to adopting OCI services, speed time to value, and create faster opportunities to innovate.

Organizations receive expert guidance from experienced cloud engineers on planning, architecting, prototyping, and managing cloud migrations – at no additional cost. As a result, customers can move critical workloads in weeks, or even days, instead of months.

Additionally, Oracle works with customers until their workloads are in production and provides training on best practices, so customers have the expertise to run their environment independently or work with a “Day 2” managed service provider.

“With Oracle Cloud Lift Services, customers can take advantage of Oracle’s experts to guide migrations and get their critical workloads running on OCI,” Vinay Kumar, senior vice president, North America Cloud Solutions Engineering, Oracle, said.

“When it comes to cloud migration, not all migrations are the same and cloud providers must offer flexible services that match the customer’s needs,” said Dave McCarthy, research vice president, Cloud and Edge Infrastructure Services, IDC. “Cloud providers must be willing to assist with everything from planning to go live, to ensure their customers are able to migrate in a fashion that’s timely, thorough, and ensures continuous uptime.”

Oracle Cloud Lift Services customers

Ingersoll Rand

Ingersoll Rand has explored options for running their Oracle E-Business Suite and related applications. After considering multiple options, partners and solutions, Ingersoll Rand chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Lift Services to run their applications because of OCI’s competitive pricing and proven performance.

Volvo Group

The Oracle Cloud Lift Services team of expert engineers was instrumental in ensuring our cloud integration happened quickly and securely, said Martin Ahl, director transport automation and blockchain, Volvo Group.

Bangkok Commercial Asset Management

The largest asset management company in Thailand, Bangkok Commercial Asset Management plays a critical role in providing debt management and helping the country’s financial institutions manage non-performing assets.

“The Oracle team has helped us move our workloads to a cloud-based operating model, so we can securely manage data and gain the insight necessary to make business decisions faster. This has helped iCE Consulting focus on ensuring our existing suite of technology integrates with the Oracle Cloud,” Thanakorn Wangpipatwong, executive vice president, Bangkok Commercial Asset Management, said.

National Pharmacies

National Pharmacies is an Australian-based healthcare chain.

“Our in-store tablets are a key part of providing our customers with the best customer relationship experience possible,” said Ryan Klose, executive general manager, National Pharmacies. “We chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support this work for its cloud-native microservices capability, and with Oracle Cloud Lift Services, we were able to fast track their deployment.”

CRIF High Mark

CRIF High Mark is one of India’s leading providers of credit information, business information, analytics, scoring, credit management, and decisions solutions.

“Oracle Cloud Lift Services has enabled us to increase our cost savings while also accelerating our business processes. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offered us the performance and support we needed to get off the ground and into the cloud,” Pinkes Ambvat, CIO, CRIF High Mark, said.

Expediter Services

A U.S. trucking-based service company, Expediter Services helps clients save money on associated costs ranging from fuel and financing to insurance.

“With the help of the Oracle Cloud Lift Services team, Expediter Services used Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle Analytics Cloud to not only increase the profitability of our Owner Operators, but also to drive costs down for our own fleet,” said Andrew Short, CIO, Expediter Services.

Toda Corporation

Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Toda is one of the global contractors.

“Toda is moving our infrastructure to the cloud to take advantage of its benefits,” said Shigemi Mori, general manager, Infrastructure & Security Department, ICT Management Division, Toda. “With support from migration planning to PoC, Oracle Cloud Lift Services offers a complete path to migration without disruption, and allows us to drive cloud usage even further.”

Unimed Porto Alegre

A medical healthcare cooperative in Brazil’s southern region, Unimed Porto Alegre assists nearly 700,000 customers.

“With Oracle Cloud Lift Services, we’ve been able to optimize the entire migration process to the cloud and are forecasting 30 percent cost savings and a performance increase of up to three times our systems compared to the legacy environment,” said Marcio Souza, cloud architect manager, Unimed Porto Alegre.

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