Corporate Citizenship Report 2012 - Report Details

This biennial report addresses Oracle's corporate citizenship efforts for FY11 and FY12.

Report Details | Oracle Corporate Citizenship Report

Report Design and Development

This report was designed to achieve the following objectives.

  • Reflect Oracle's efforts to benefit society through our products, services, and corporate citizenship initiatives.
  • Engage the reader with stories where appropriate.
  • Align with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines.

We interviewed dozens of Oracle executives and employees in order to develop this report. Unless otherwise noted, it covers all Oracle subsidiaries for the stated reporting period.

If you have any questions regarding this report, please contact us at citizenship_ww@oracle.com.

Understanding Oracle's Impact

The technology industry is critical to global progress and prosperity, and Oracle consistently leverages its technology leadership to benefit society. We adhere to a focused strategy as we manage our business and help customers better run their own.

We continually refine business practices and employ state-of-the-art technology to increase efficiency, reduce excess, and create opportunity.

Oracle has followed this strategy for decades, and moving forward, will continue to do so. It makes clear that Oracle doesn't embrace good corporate citizenship because it is in fashion. On the contrary, good corporate citizenship is inherent in what we do.

If you are reading this report to understand how sustainability relates to Oracle's overall business strategy, please note the following.

  • Oracle products don't just help customers better manage their businesses. They also help them meet their sustainability goals.
  • Evolving our technology is our top strategic priority.

For more details regarding Oracle's business impact, risks, and opportunities, please read our Form 10-K at oracle.com/us/corporate/investor-relations/financials/10k-2012-1851553.pdf.

Awards and Recognition
Silicon Valley Business Journal

The Silicon Valley Business Journal ranked Oracle #7 on its list of leading corporate philanthropists.

Oracle in Action
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Oracle's Stewardship of Java

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