Larry Ellison is chairman of Oracle Corporation and chief technology officer. He founded the company in 1977 and served as CEO until September 2014. He also races sailboats, flies planes, and plays tennis and guitar.
Beth Boettcher is Oracle’s senior vice president for North America Applications Consulting. In this role, she sets and executes the strategy to confirm Oracle Consulting meets the needs of its customers, helping to ensure their success when they adopt Oracle applications.
Prior to joining Oracle in 2017, Boettcher spent 19 years at Accenture, where she pioneered their cloud consulting business. In the very early days of cloud, she established the first methodology used in the market to rapidly and predictably deploy SaaS solutions in the large enterprise; deployed the first large-scale global SaaS solution; and helped lead the first project where a SaaS solution was integrated into a large enterprise. Boettcher worked with a creative leadership team to accelerate growth and innovation, playing a pivotal role in rapidly growing and shaping what is now Accenture's Cloud First business with more than 15,000 employees.
Boettcher is an energetic, innovative, and collaborative leader who believes in rolling up her sleeves and diving into the heart of clients’ projects and the initiatives across the business. She joined Oracle to lead Oracle’s Consulting’s transformation, something she has done successfully with other cloud businesses.
Boettcher graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BBA in marketing and serves on the board of directors for Junior Achievement.
Steve Miranda is executive vice president of Oracle Applications product development. He is responsible for leading all aspects of product strategy, product development, and product delivery for the entire portfolio of Oracle Applications and related services. Miranda’s primary focus is on delivering the industry’s most complete, proven, and innovative set of cloud solutions encompassing enterprise resource planning; supply chain, human capital, and enterprise performance management; customer experience; and Oracle Data Cloud applications.
Miranda joined Oracle in 1992 and has held a variety of leadership positions within the development organization. In 2007 he was asked to lead the engineering of Oracle’s next-generation suite of software applications, Oracle Fusion Applications. Under his leadership, Oracle has delivered on its promise to help applications customers innovate and remain competitive while leveraging their existing IT investments and increasing the value of those investments with new Oracle products and services.
Prior to Oracle, Miranda worked at GE Aerospace. He holds degrees in mathematics and computational sciences from Stanford University.