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Vendor Assessment – Gen D Tribes Gather to Build the Intelligent EnterpriseSingapore—October 27, 2020
Oracle has been named a leader amongst the major cloud data analytics platform providers in the Asia Pacific region by International Data Corporation (IDC) in its latest study report; MarketScape: APEJ Cloud Data Analytics Platform 2020 Vendor Assessment – Gen D Tribes Gather to Build the Intelligent Enterprise. Oracle’s leadership is recognized for its ability to accelerate customers’ movement to a cloud data analytic platform and ability to bring data together into a trusted source, speeding up their transformation to the cloud.
The report evaluates how key vendors in the world of data management answer to the requirements of Generation Data (Gen D) tribe - those operational managers, data analysts, data governance executives and strategists who typically make deep financial, intellectual, and emotional investments in tools, technologies and especially in platforms.
“This recognition acknowledges Oracle’s pedigree in secure, scalable, data analytics, as we continuously innovate with capabilities in the data platform to help customers overcome the hardest challenges they face when trying to wring full value from data,” said Chris Chelliah, Senior Vice President, Customer Strategy, Insight & Business Development, Oracle Japan and Asia Pacific. “Oracle and our Cloud Data Analytics Platform are recommended to companies and Gen D operations staff who prioritize the quality of operational services both on-premises and in-cloud. The benefits are, naturally, compounded when applied to existing Oracle database and ERP/HCM customers.”
The report highlights how Oracle's compelling cloud data analytic platform is continuously improving as its very large customer base and increasing net new logo accounts thrive to become cloud first and digitally transformed. It also calls out how the company is proactively helping customers smooth out their cloud journey by investing heavily on infrastructure expansion; and improving end user experience by incorporating natural language interface in multiple aspects of the platform.
Thousands of organizations of all sizes, across industries and regions, have adopted offerings from across Oracle’s data management platform, including Australian Finance Group, Federal Bank, Kingold, PolyCab, Probuild Construction, Telecom Fiji, United Breweries, Vodafone Fiji.
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Oracle provides Managed Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) as the Relational Data Warehouse, Big Data Service as the Non-relational Analytic Data Store, Golden Gate Streaming Service as the Continuous Analytics Tools, and Data Catalog and Data Integrator as the Analytics Data Integration and Integrity Tools. The aforementioned services can be accessed from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). OCI supports both the Oracle's private edge cloud, branded as Dedicated Region Cloud@customer, and the public cloud (Oracle Cloud).
On the adjacent Business Intelligence & Smart Analytics Tools layer ("the tools"), Oracle provides OML4SQL and Oracle Cloud SQL for native query users, OCI Data Science Platform for data science notebook users, Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) for business analytics users, and on the adjoining “Analytic & Performance Management Applications layer (“the applications"), there is Fusion Analytics Warehouse (FAW) for operational users.
The Oracle Cloud offers a complete suite of integrated applications for Sales, Service, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Supply Chain and Manufacturing, plus Highly Automated and Secure Oracle Cloud Infrastructure featuring the Oracle Autonomous Database. For more information about Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), please visit us at www.oracle.com.
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