In The Know for Customers provides important information about major Oracle announcements and policy or process changes and how they affect you.
These communications help provide clarity on topics, raised by our customer communities, by answering frequently asked questions and explaining Oracle's strategy in specific areas. Useful resource links and pointers to more information are included.
- Customers in the Know Blog: Exclusive Thought Leadership for Customers
Oracle strives to drive customer-focus into all aspects of its business. Read and follow Oracle Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer, Jeb Dasteel's blog,"Customers In the Know," where he and guest contributors explore ideas, programs and trends that drive customer success, increase retention, and loyalty. Here are a handful of recent posts.
- Writing the Book on Putting Customers First (June 30, 2015)
Customer experience cannot be a siloed discipline in the modern enterprise. That's the message from Jeanne Bliss, who's been a chief customer officer (CCO) for more than 20 years, in her new book, Chief Customer Officer 2.0: How to Build Your Customer-Driven Growth Engine, featuring Oracle Chief Customer Officer, Jeb Dasteel.
- Soaring with Social (June 17, 2015)
Oracle Social Cloud is all about helping you, our customers, put the power of social media to work in your enterprises—holistically, flexibly and effectively. It's an important part of our commitment to helping you deliver the best customer experience wherever your customer touches your brand. That's why we're thrilled to hear some of the customer feedback that led to Oracle's recent selection as #1 Best Bet social media tool for large enterprises.
- RoD: Return on Disinvestment (June 1, 2015)
With Cloud, return on disinvestment is where the true value is. The on-premise world has costs in CapEx, OpEx, lost opportunities, degrading service levels, under used resources, and repeated cycles of upgrades or replacements. If Cloud simply replaced CapEx with OpEx it would only be of incremental value. But in fact, it's the avoidance of all the other problems associated with on-premise and the opportunity to channel resources towards what's really important to the bottom line of your business that are the bigger pay-backs by far. Investments in your company's competitive differentiators and customer and employee engagement—are examples of key focus areas that could benefit from reallocation of resources that were dedicated to on-premise—call it the Return on Disinvestment.
- Continuous Improvement of the Cloud Customer Experience (May 19, 2015)
When it comes to Cloud, customers expect a solution that enables personalization, constant connectivity and security. And, through it all, we know that customers want an easy business relationship with their Cloud provider. To enable this, we focus on "Ease of Doing Business" attributes.
- Oracle Excellence Awards - Recognizing Unparalleled Success (April 21, 2014)
Striving for success is what drives Oracle and our customers to continually discover innovative uses for Oracle technology and to deploy groundbreaking solutions and best practices. This is why Oracle Chief Customer Officer Jeb Dasteel is delighted to enter a new season of Oracle Excellence Awards where we have the opportunity to recognize those customers that have excelled in driving business value working in partnership with Oracle.
- Oracle and Salesforce.com Partnership