Oracle customer success is our success.
Gain positive exposure for your business and technology successes—in the public eye and within your organization—by participating in reference activities. Reference activities position you as an industry leader, and many include opportunities to network with peers or Oracle experts.
Published on Oracle.com, snapshots and case studies provide information about your organization, your business challenges, and your technology-enabled solution. See examples of current Customer Success stories.
Host an informal, hour-long sales reference conference call that includes a question-and-answer session with prospective Oracle customers. This one-to-many reference activity makes optimal use of your time and provides you the opportunity to share your successful business transformation. To listen to a sample forum, ask your sales representative to access the internal archive with you.
You can provide one-off sales references by phone or host a prospective Oracle customer on site at your facility.
You may have the opportunity to speak with reporters at independent magazines, newspapers, and television outlets, as coordinated by Oracle's public relations team. The interviews may result in stories published or aired by third parties. Interviews are usually conducted by phone but may be coordinated around events.
An Oracle@Work video involves a two-day, onsite video shoot and results in a four- to eight-minute video featuring interviews with your executives highlighting your successes.
Our Profit or Oracle Magazine teams may consider you for inclusion in an article for an upcoming issue. View current issues of Profit and Oracle Magazine.
Oracle customers frequently provide quotes about their success with an Oracle product or service. With your permission, we use these quotes in external settings such as presentations, brochures, and website content.
Customers are regularly invited to present individually or on panels at Oracle or third-party events, such as Oracle OpenWorld and other key product-focused or analyst events.