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Hilton is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 18 world-class brands comprising more than 6,800 properties with more than 1 million rooms in 122 countries and territories. Dedicated to filling the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality, Hilton has welcomed more than 3 billion guests in their more than 100-year history. Always looking for innovative ways to drive business and yield value for their stakeholders, Hilton is in the process of moving their corporate planning and financial close applications to Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM and adding Oracle Enterprise Data Management for additional support in streamlining critical information.
Vodafone Group is one of the world’s largest telecommunication companies, operating primarily across Europe and Africa. The telecom company trusts Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to help protect their vast reams of data and comply with appropriate regulations. At the same time, Oracle technology offers Vodafone the environment to modernize and accelerate their move to the cloud, and autonomous products support growing digital services. All of this ensures Vodafone keeps their focus on customers—front and center.
One of the largest grocers in North America, Albertsons Companies is modernizing their technology platform with a cloud-first strategy. Albertsons Companies recently implemented Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM, which provide a platform for continued modernization and productivity.
As a leading global company in the imaging industry, Canon Inc. is a major Japanese manufacturer engaged in the research, development, production, sales, and service of cameras and other imaging equipment, as well as precision instruments. As the company expands globally, the workload of compiling data and preparing reporting materials for consolidated accounting has increased to adapt to changes, such as organizational changes and incorporating numerous analysis axes. Canon Inc. selected Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM based on the maturity of product, experience at large enterprises, and the wide range of product coverage in the business management domain.
Founded in 1985, Community Health Systems (CHS) is one of the largest publicly traded providers of healthcare services and a leading operator of general acute care hospitals and outpatient facilities across the United States. Looking for a fully integrated back-office system to help them streamline processes and modernize operations and security, CHS chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to help them meet their goals.
A cloud-based provider of employee development and learning software, Cornerstone has seen significant growth in their business as companies offer more online training and development. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM to support their back-office finance functions through a single, fully integrated system.
The world’s second-busiest airport by scheduled passenger flights in 2021, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) wanted to modernize their finance and operations processes and reduce a heavy reliance on IT resources. To replace Oracle E-Business Suite, DFW chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM to help them streamline back-office processes.
In February, DHL Supply Chain successfully went live on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM in Germany, Austria, and Australia. This marks a milestone in their large-scale global finance transformation, replacing their on-premises finance solutions and several enabling apps in around 50 countries. DHL Supply Chain’s CFO and CIO have a clear cloud strategy, and by moving to Oracle’s true SaaS solution they want to give every region the advantages of the cloud.
The department store division of the Galeries Lafayette Group receives more than 60 million visitors in their stores and on their ecommerce websites every year. This quarter, the French retailer chose to migrate their Oracle Retail on-premises systems to Oracle Retail’s Merchandising and Store Inventory Operations cloud services.
A subsidiary of General Motors and a global provider of auto financing, GM Financial was using three different systems for their planning and reporting functions. The company wanted to consolidate to a single, unified system to reduce operating expenses and simplify business processes. Choosing Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM gave them one comprehensive platform and eliminated the need for multiple providers.
Distributing food and other essentials through more than 1,800 community partners, the Houston Food Bank reaches people in need in 18 Texas counties. To support this work, the nonprofit chose Oracle NetSuite for their inventory and warehouse management, ERP, and planning and budget. Houston Food Bank worked with the consulting firm Myers-Holum, which provides an Oracle NetSuite deployment tailored to food-bank needs.
One of the world’s leading hospitality companies, with nearly 6,000 hotels in more than 100 countries, IHG Hotels & Resorts’ purpose of True Hospitality for Good represents a commitment to make a difference for their guests, colleagues, owners, and communities and to protect the world around us. Consistent with IHG’s commitment to seek efficient, best-in-class ways of working, IHG chose to work with Oracle on a simplified, single HCM cloud solution and are modernizing their financial close process by moving from Hyperion Financial Management to Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM.
The California-based In-N-Out Burger restaurant chain is so committed to quality that all ingredients are delivered fresh throughout the week and are never frozen. Hamburger patties are ground by In-N-Out’s own butchers, so the chain never opens a restaurant far from a distribution center. In-N-Out has locations in seven states and is still owned and operated by the founding family. The company previously relied on COBOL-based technology, including an in-house payroll system. But to reduce complexity and maintenance costs, they now will use Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, HCM, EPM, and SCM to streamline their software portfolio onto a single cloud platform.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM)—the leading intergovernmental organization in the field of migration—is part of the United Nations system and provides migration assistance and crisis response to people in need. The IOM sought a solution to help transform how they work. They selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to support key areas such as projects, grants, supply chain, and human resource management.
Founded in 1962, JSI is a full-service consulting firm and broadband solutions leader providing financial, regulatory, engineering, and management assistance to independent, community-based communications providers across the United States. The company has been growing through acquisitions and chose Oracle NetSuite to consolidate finance, operations, sales, CRM, HR, payroll, planning, and budgeting onto a single ERP platform to help fuel efficiency and scalability.
One of Peru’s largest educational networks, Laureate Peru provides higher education through two universities, Universidad Privada del Norte and Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, as well as the Cibertec Institute. To more efficiently serve their more than 14,000 staff members, Laureate Peru chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, adding to their current PeopleSoft Payroll and Financials applications.
A local authority in North East London, London Borough of Waltham Forest employs around 3,000 staff who provide public services from council housing to roadworks. Challenged to provide improved services by modernizing ways of working, they decided to shift to Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to replace an aging SAP system. The effort will drive greater efficiencies through accurate and timely business information and an engaged and better-supported workforce, with more focus on outcomes and less on process.
A South Carolina-based healthcare system with 850 physicians, 2,700 registered nurses, and 9,000 employees overall, McLeod Health went live this quarter with Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM for human resources and payroll, as well as Oracle Cloud ERP and SCM.
One of the leading dredging and marine construction companies in the Middle East, National Marine Dredging Company merged with a similar-sized company and wanted to accelerate their business integration plans. After also evaluating SAP and Microsoft services, the company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM, enabling efficient shared services for finance, procurement, and human resources as well as effective mobile and tablet access for employees.
In Major League Baseball, the San Francisco Giants are the reigning National League West Division champions. Starting this season, Oracle MICROS Simphony Point of Sale will operate throughout the concession stands and club areas of their ballpark, Oracle Park. The cloud-based system will make it easier for fans to order food and drink using their mobile devices while giving staff the analytics and fast data needed to improve inventory management and reduce waste.
One of the world’s leading security and protective services companies, Securitas Europe was undergoing a business transformation. As part of that process, the company selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to create operational cohesion across their European division, helping previously siloed businesses share best practices, gain efficiencies of scale, and compete more effectively by controlling costs.
A supplier of make-your-own stuffed animal kits, The Zoo Factory is an Arizona-based ecommerce business that was growing quickly but was mired in time-consuming, manual work. The company selected Oracle NetSuite to automate business processes and scale quickly to keep pace with demand.
As a union representing more than 180,000 private-sector employees, covering some 1.3 million workers through 265 collective bargaining agreements, and operating the largest unemployment fund in Switzerland, Unia has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, HCM, and CX to enable new ways of working by eliminating manual tasks across all departments. The union aims for a clear improvement with new digital channels for union members, more agility of human resources staff, and improved productivity of financial reporting.
The state’s oldest and largest public higher education institution, founded as Blount College in 1794, the University of Tennessee (UT) system enrolls about 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students across the state. The university was relying on a number of disjointed, on-premises systems to manage back-office functions, creating a costly, complex, and manually intensive environment. UT chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM for a fully integrated, cloud-based solution to streamline, automate, and transform their back-office operations.
A distributor of seeds, bulbs, and gardening supplies that was founded 80 years ago, Veseys Seeds has grown more than 200% over the last few years. To support that growth and streamline operations, the Canada-based company wanted to move off their legacy homegrown ERP systems. They selected Oracle NetSuite to integrate with their current ecommerce platform to manage and distribute their products more efficiently.
A provider of security, compute, and delivery services, Akamai Technologies runs a highly distributed content delivery network (CDN) with approximately 365,000 servers in more than 135 countries. The company invested in Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer as part of their database technology roadmap. The Akamai team expects benefits from improved automation and scalability, with the peace of mind that the service sits behind their firewall.
Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and data revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Arm and Oracle have partnered to accelerate the Arm software ecosystem by leveraging the secure and scalable Oracle Cloud Infrastructure-based Ampere A1 compute platform. This collaboration is enabling open source software development via the Works on Arm initiative and providing the industry with valuable cloud software workload-performance benchmarking guidance.
A cryptocurrency exchange and digital finance platform established in 2013, the South Korea-based Bithumb required a taxation app running on a secure and reliable cloud to accommodate future growth and unpredictable market changes. Bithumb, an Amazon Web Services customer, chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure rather than AWS for better performance and greater cost savings, and for Oracle Database capabilities such as Real Application Clusters and Active Data Guard.
The largest footwear retailer in Europe, Germany-based Deichmann operates 4,250 retail shops selling brands including adidas, FILA, and Nike. The company selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to operate their retail data warehouse using Exadata Cloud Service, benefiting from the scalability while getting the best performance.
Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) aims to create a single, integrated transport network accessible to everyone. TMR has been an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customer for more than a year and has now chosen to implement Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer as one of the strategic platforms for several services, including their critical registration and licensing system that supports all channels of TMR business such as online, partner, and counter services.
The Greek Ministry of Health is tasked with protecting and improving the health of the Greek population through planning and implementing public health policies. They recently unveiled a customized electronic health mobile application developed by the e-Government Center for Social Security. Running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the app allows citizens to manage prescriptions, access medical records, and book doctors’ appointments using their devices.
The second-largest energy provider in the Netherlands, Eneco focuses on making sustainable energy available to the masses, such as providing 3,978 megawatts of wind-powered capacity in 2021. Eneco uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to help them control costs, make better use of data, and protect sensitive customer information in the cloud. At the same time, OCI ensures Eneco has the agility to scale based on need and demand.
One of the largest banking and financial services firms on the continent, Equity serves more than 16 million customers across East and Central Africa. As the Kenya-based bank seeks to add more customers and countries, they use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to extend their marketing platform and develop custom applications to foster growth.
A joint venture among three European royalty collection societies, ICE negotiates, calculates, and processes royalties on behalf of more than 330,000 songwriters whenever their works are used internationally. As demand for music streaming continues to soar, ICE counts on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for help with billing, management of royalties, and the processing of reams of data so that artists get paid for their creative work.
A leading provider of cloud communication services and a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, Kaleyra is offering some of their newer services using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure via Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Using OCI, customers benefit from more than 3X better price-performance compared with on-premises and 30% lower total cost of ownership compared with other cloud platforms, as well as improved security, better service-level agreements, global scalability, and faster deployment.
A Dutch tech company that provides a cloud banking platform, Mambu began by catering to microfinance institutions, and now works with fintechs, traditional banks, telcos, and other lenders. As demand grows globally, they’re working with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in the Saudi Arabian market, with OCI helping them meet strict data residency regulations and requirements for operating in the Kingdom.
As part of their mission to make Oman a digital force in the Middle East, the Oman Information and Communication Technology Group (ICT Group) is using Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer to securely connect departments on a single platform, offering citizens an easier and more personal way to connect with government. Oman’s Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer will contribute to raising the skill and innovation level of the Omani technology ecosystem by offering cutting-edge global technologies within the country’s borders.
The developer of Way4, OpenWay Group provides digital banking and payment software that covers card issuing, merchant acquisition, transaction switching, and digital wallets. Ranked a best-in-class payment processing platform by advisory firm Aite-Novarica, the company relies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as they help financial institutions and fintechs launch payment innovations and scale their payment businesses in a secure and efficient way.
With a mission to disrupt and democratize financial services in Brazil, PagSeguro provides diverse financial technology solutions including point of sale devices for businesses, cash and credit cards for consumers, and free digital accounts for services such as bill payments, peer-to-peer transfers, and more. The NYSE-listed company is running extensive workloads on-premises using Oracle Exadata and is creating a disaster recovery environment using Oracle Exadata Cloud Services.
The shift of Samsung Securities’ derivatives analysis business to the cloud, in cooperation with Oracle and leveraging their strengths in enterprise cloud services, is helping cement a data-driven foundation for digital innovation that the company expects will only strengthen their future core competitiveness.
Established by the Japanese government in 1948, Shin Nihon Kentei Kyokai (SK) has more than 300 expert surveyors in 40 offices offering services such as cargo inspection and cargo weight and measurement certifications. Facing aging hardware, they began evaluating Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, AWS, and Microsoft Azure to lift and shift their core systems and Citrix virtual desktop infrastructure. SK chose OCI because it’s easy to use, flexible, and the only cloud hyperscaler that met their performance requirements.
SimCorp provides best-in-class, multi-asset solutions to the world’s leading asset managers, fund managers, asset servicers, pension and insurance funds, wealth managers, central banks, sovereign wealth funds, and treasury departments. The database technologies from Oracle have brought value to SimCorp for decades, and recently the company decided to use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for backup in their SaaS architecture. They also use OCI as an internal provider for many of SimCorp’s internal software development environments.
A leading provider of mission-critical application managed services, Syntax has increased their investment in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as part of their multicloud strategy. Syntax and Oracle will help on-premises Oracle E-Business Suite customers migrate or extend their solutions by taking advantage of OCI's lower costs, better performance, improved scalability, and a wide array of platform services such as Oracle Integration Cloud and Oracle Analytics Cloud.
Tabula Rasa HealthCare provides technology-enabled medication safety solutions that help healthcare providers manage and optimize medication regimens, improving patient outcomes, reducing hospitalizations, and lowering healthcare costs. TRHC opted to migrate key components of one of their platforms to Oracle Exadata Cloud Service to take advantage of its robust redundancy, performance, and decades of experience supporting enterprise database workloads.
TDC NET is shaping the next generation of nationwide digital infrastructure in Denmark and contributes to the country’s digitalization by delivering a future-proof mobile network and the fastest fixed high-speed broadband connections. The company makes use of Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer to drive efficiencies as they expand sales with new and current customers. The Cloud@Customer implementation provides a cloud environment that complies with data residency requirements and helps keep data protected.
A Chile-based financial services company focused on consulting, advice, and implementation to deliver digital payment platforms, U-Payments has been growing rapidly locally and sees great potential internationally. To support this growth, the company is using a variety of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is the largest hotel franchising company in the world, with 22 brands and approximately 8,000 team members and 9,000 hotels in about 95 countries. The company uses Oracle Hyperion Financial Management to consolidate and report financial results. By moving Hyperion to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Wyndham expanded functionality and scalability, increased business value, and streamlined management requirements in line with consolidation of their global financial reporting systems. With these efficiencies, the Wyndham team has accelerated their mission to better serve business stakeholders and invest in process and technology to more efficiently deliver services.
Aviva is a savings, retirement, and insurance business focused in the UK, Ireland, and Canada, where they hold market-leading positions. Aviva exists to be with people when it really matters, throughout their lives. The company relies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Exadata Cloud Service to analyze real-time data, manage internal reporting, and react to new market demands, helping them stay ahead of competitors while also keeping their most sensitive information secure.
Bayer, with the support of an outsourcing partner, is migrating several hundred of their Oracle enterprise workloads onto Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer. This strategy is being rolled out globally in APAC, the US, and Europe and transforms their IT operations into a secure hybrid cloud environment that delivers greater flexibility and efficiencies.
A provider of transportation management software used by shippers, logistics providers, and carriers worldwide, Alpega Group chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Exadata Cloud Service as a consolidation platform for cloud services and service providers, needed due to recent acquisitions. Oracle’s services let Alpega focus on developing new capabilities and making the best use of data as well as reducing their environmental footprint.
With eight campuses across South Central Kansas, Butler Community College serves 10,000 students. The college will move their Ellucian Banner ERP system and other third-party applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to consolidate hardware, save time and money currently spent patching systems, and take advantage of enhanced security features.
Providing a range of services and technology products to the global insurance industry, the UK’s Charles Taylor helps companies across the industry outperform. The company uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run key policy and claims management systems, helping clients cut costs, secure sensitive information, and make better use of their data to gain competitive advantage.
Fastly’s global edge cloud network enables customers to provide low-latency video streaming so that their apps can deliver broadcast-quality experiences on any device. With capacity of more than 167 Tb per second, Fastly can scale to meet the needs of the industry’s largest video and streaming services. The company recently joined Oracle PartnerNetwork and has added Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a storage provider.
Europe’s third-largest generator of carbon-free energy, the Finnish energy company Fortum chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for its ease of use and its ability to help them support rapid growth, since OCI can quickly scale to accommodate more users.
Saudi Arabia’s Geidea, which processes credit and debit card payments, has been steadily expanding into nearby UAE and Egyptian markets, fueled by demand for online shopping. The company depends on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for speed, reliability, and security—protecting the millions of transactions they process every day.
GoWithFlow is a world-leading sustainable mobility software and services company, majority owned by Galp Energia. Moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure allowed GoWithFlow to take their principal offering, the Mobility Change Platform (MCP), to international markets and help more cities adopt greener and smarter modes of transport.
Finland’s largest hospital district, covering Helsinki and neighboring Uusimaa, HUS is also the country’s second-largest employer with 27,000 personnel. The organization relies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run applications that provide accurate scheduling and billing. OCI is helping HUS lower costs and allowing staff to focus less on running IT systems and more on issues related to patient care.
An international energy company, Ignitis Group is one of the largest energy groups in the Baltic region. The company relies on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer to protect customers’ sensitive data while running applications that provide accurate and reliable billing. Because routine upgrades and operations are managed by Oracle, Ignitis Group staff will have more time to focus on business issues.
In early 2020, Gardner Denver and Ingersoll Rand’s industrial segment merged to form a new Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in mission-critical flow creation and industrial solutions across more than 40 respected brands. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit and ownership mindset, Ingersoll Rand is committed to helping make life better for employees, customers, and communities with technology-driven solutions. To support their efforts, Ingersoll Rand leadership explored multiple options to run their Oracle E-Business Suite and related applications. They chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure because of OCI’s competitive pricing and proven performance.
A leading professional services firm, Marsh McLennan’s four global business units—Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman—and 81,000 employees help clients via risk and insurance services and consulting. The company’s leadership challenged the groups to act as one and share services across business units. One step was to modernize and automate their databases from on-premises x86 to Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer, driving major cost savings, improving resilience, and meeting stringent data security requirements.
Montana State University, the state’s largest university with nearly 17,000 students, will move their Ellucian Banner system to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, helping MSU reduce annual computing costs, gain stronger security and availability, and improve performance and stability.
With more than 200 stores in 44 cities across the country, Panda is one of Saudi Arabia’s largest grocery chains. In a fast-paced industry where goods flow day and night, Panda partners with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run applications that provide a comprehensive view of pricing, promotions, and performance across all stores and help the company manage supplier relationships more efficiently.
One of Croatia’s largest supermarket chains, Plodine has more than 100 locations across the country. Facing the ever-present threat of flooding from a river near their only data center and shaken by an earthquake that struck the capital city of Zagreb in 2020, the retailer chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to provide comprehensive disaster recovery capabilities.
A top global provider of testing and assessment services to many of the world’s most recognized licensing and certification organizations, academic institutions, and government agencies, Prometric serves more than 7 million test takers in 180 countries annually. The company previously relied on a combination of on-premises and public cloud services but chose to move their platform to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to consolidate services and accelerate innovation activities while also reducing costs.
The leading provider of content and consumer products rights management, RSG Media helps the world’s top TV networks, studios, sports leagues, and other content owners manage their rights, grow their audiences, and optimize advertising revenue and marketing spend using sophisticated AI/machine learning-based tools. The media technology company is migrating their solution, which integrates with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
A pioneer in solutions for automated pharmacy procurement, drug utilization, and compliance, Sentry serves more than 10,000 hospitals, clinics, integrated delivery networks, and pharmacies across the US. These organizations rely on Sentry, a Craneware company, to gain insights to transform the business of pharmacy. The company processes 1 billion transactions per month and receives 20,000 feeds daily into a 150 TB and growing Oracle Database. Sentry is moving their application development to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for improved operational efficiency, scalability, and return on investment.
Driving development in eastern Saudi Arabia, the Sharqia Development Authority was created to lead planning and development around residential, economic, social, cultural, environmental, and digital infrastructure goals. The authority also aims to meet the needs for services and public utilities in the burgeoning region, and they’re using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to host critical systems supporting this work.
Started by several Stanford University grads in 2005, SoundHound offers an independent voice AI platform that powers the voice experience for products from Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Pandora, Deutsche Telekom, Snap, VIZIO, and more. The company chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as their strategic cloud infrastructure provider for core cloud requirements, including powering their voice platform as it processes billions of queries and scales to support global expansion.
A global urban development specialist and contractor, Toda plans, designs, and builds condominiums, hospitals, schools, factories, and public works in Asia and the Americas. The company previously hosted their VMware environment in a local cloud provider’s data center but struggled with lack of infrastructure flexibility and high costs. Toda evaluated AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and ultimately chose OCI for its high performance, on-demand scalability, and fast workload provisioning.
Processing more than 2 billion transactions per year, Translink provides national eticketing for public transport—bus, tram, metro, and train—in the Netherlands. Translink relies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as they move from traditional smart card payments to real-time, pay-as-you-go options via phone, watch, and debit card.
A 100% subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, Volkswagen Financial Services AG recently migrated several hundred critical Oracle enterprise workloads onto Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer. The group aims to ensure compliance with banking regulations, massively increase performance without any code changes, and thrill end users with the experience. The Cloud@Customer approach brings them the highest degree of standardization, automation, scalability, and security while simultaneously significantly reducing the cost.
Known for pioneering office technology, Xerox today provides innovative business solutions for their customers, leveraging emerging technologies such as 3D printing for manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things solutions. To support these efforts, the company uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including Oracle Integration and high performance computing services, Oracle NetSuite, and Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM.
Serving more than 5 million patients a year, Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) owns and operates the city’s public hospitals and clinics. With agility being key to helping patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, SEHA recognized the need to update their financial and performance management tools. SEHA chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to give them a unified data model and connected business processes. They’re now automating many of their back-office processes and gaining access to emerging technologies and continuous innovation through quarterly cloud updates.
A family-owned conglomerate based in the UAE, Ali & Sons was established more than 40 years ago and has diversified with business units in engineering and construction, automotive, oil and gas, real estate, and investment. The company is embarking on a business transformation to accelerate growth over the next five years, with human capital as the pillar for this growth. To support that effort, Ali & Sons chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, HCM, and CX after a stringent review of the Oracle data model, user experience, and SaaS capabilities.
A US public research institution serving more than 24,000 students, Boise State University went live in October 2021 with Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, including its core human resources, benefits, time and labor, and absence management modules. The university earlier went live on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP.
A leading retail and corporate bank serving Jordan and regional markets, Capital Bank of Jordan wanted to enhance the planning and execution of marketing efforts and optimize the promotion of their many products. They chose Oracle Eloqua and Oracle CX Sales and Service because of the applications’ track record with financial services customers and their compliance with auditor requirements. Capital Bank can now manage multiple marketing campaigns, automate complex sales processes, and create competitor profiles using social media data and analytics.
The cruise industry is in the process of restarting guest operations after its pause due to COVID-19, and that includes Carnival Corporation, with a portfolio of brands featuring Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Costa Cruises, AIDA Cruises, P&O Cruises, and others. The company realized enhanced financial planning and visibility would be one of the keys to optimizing their future cruise operations. They selected Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM for two of their brands, with the potential to expand to their other brands.
With 31 locations in New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois, Delta Sonic Carwash Systems offers exterior washes, interior cleaning, oil changes, gas, and convenience stores at most locations. As they move off a legacy JD Edwards system, the company turned to Oracle NetSuite to modernize their back office and better manage key business processes, including inventory, purchasing, customer service, and financials.
A local government authority in the UK, East Sussex County Council needed a technology partner to help them realize their vision to create a better workplace and transform how they deliver services. The council chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to deliver a single cloud-based back-office system with the ability to connect to additional applications in the future.
Provider of a broad portfolio of transportation, ecommerce, and business services, FedEx has been using Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, and this quarter they expanded the footprint to numerous additional countries. The effort is part of a global initiative to replace current on-premises ERP systems with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP.
Launched in July 2021 as a mega startup, Fine Today Shiseido is a global J-Beauty company marketing and selling their established personal care brands throughout Asia. Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP Suite supports the company’s goal of building a globally integrated business platform and infrastructure from zero, one that combines data from processes in R&D, their global supply chain, and the back office. This powerful platform featuring SaaS-only service integration and no on-premises systems enables Fine Today Shiseido’s immediate shift toward global best practice and will contribute to their future business growth.
Founded in 1894, First Bank of Nigeria is a multinational bank headquartered in Lagos, providing diversified financial services across West and Central Africa. The bank chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and Procurement to increase employee productivity by eliminating many manual transaction processes, bolster risk management to remain compliant with regulations, and meet growing consumer demand for digital banking services.
Born from a glue used in Indonesia on teak furniture, Gorilla Glue has grown to include Gorilla Tape, Gorilla Super Glue, Gorilla Construction Adhesive, and other premium tapes, sealants, and adhesives. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP for a comprehensive ERP solution that can also extend the value of their existing Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Cloud footprint.
A Guatemalan bank with 6 million clients, Banrural is one of the largest banks in Central America, with 9,000 employees across their locations. Having started their digital transformation with the acquisition of Oracle FLEXCUBE Core Banking and Oracle CX in 2020, the bank is adding Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to help them integrate their front and back office.
Honda Motor is well known for the high performance and innovation behind their vehicles, motorcycles, and engine-powered equipment such as snowblowers and marine outboards. Each of these businesses had their own purchasing processes and systems for operations in Japan, and the company wanted to improve operating efficiency. Honda Motor chose Oracle Fusion Cloud Procurement to help their teams become more strategic and productive by giving them better ability to analyze data and automate routine activities for the procurement of indirect materials.
A key global provider of sustainable packaging for consumers around the world, Huhtamaki selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP as the core technology and Oracle as the implementation partner for their strategic systems modernization program. With Oracle’s cloud-based application suite, Huhtamaki expects to transform their data, processes, and ERP platform to drive value and efficiency in both customer-facing and internal processes.
The operator of Ireland’s national railway network, Irish Rail runs intercity and commuter rail services, along with rail freight transport, throughout the country. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to eliminate manual work, improve data accuracy, and reduce costs in their human resources operation.
A specialist in biosecurity and food safety, Kersia provides expertise, technology, and training to help ensure animals and people are protected along the food supply chain against disease and contamination. With their business growing, Kersia chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and Procurement to support business operations across multiple international sites, including 25 manufacturing facilities.
In March 2021, Mayo Clinic chose Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM for their budgeting functions. Now the healthcare organization is adding Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to replace their on-premises systems with one integrated cloud solution that will help them streamline and automate many of their administrative tools. Founded in 1889, Mayo is a global leader in healthcare and one of the largest nonprofit academic health systems in the US. The system has more than 6,900 physicians, scientists, and clinical residents and more than 73,000 staff providing care in Minnesota, Florida, Arizona, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and internationally in London and Abu Dhabi.
A US-based, cross-border peer-to-peer payments and money transfer company that operates in more than 200 countries, MoneyGram International, a current Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM and Payroll customer, wanted to implement the most advanced finance and planning system in the industry. The company evaluated cloud offerings from Oracle and Workday before choosing Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM to streamline business processes, improve data transparency, and enable faster decision-making.
Nokia, a leading technology company and trusted partner for critical networks, selected Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to digitize human resources processes and enable intelligent workforce management practices that support its employees worldwide. Oracle Cloud HCM will provide Nokia with an integrated suite of applications and a globally consistent user interface across devices and platforms.
A worldwide provider of equipment, expertise, and technologies to the oilfield and renewable energy markets, NOV went live with their first wave on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and SCM as part of their “One NOV” initiative.
By providing potato farmers with storage management, innovative pesticide application techniques, and products for longer shelf life, 1,4GROUP helps minimize produce loss and thus helps improve the sustainability of the products that farmers grow. Facing fast growth over the past few years, the company chose Oracle NetSuite to replace multiple systems they had been using to run the company and which they had outgrown.
Growing from a single New York City store in 1948, Orva has evolved to become an ecommerce platform specializing in the sale of footwear, apparel, accessories, and home products from leading consumer brands through direct-to-consumer channels, including Amazon and Walmart.com. The company chose Oracle NetSuite for their ERP because of NetSuite’s apparel and footwear expertise and capabilities, combined with the ability to easily integrate with various ecommerce channels, brand partners, and third-party logistics providers.
Panasonic Corporation is a global leader in developing innovative technologies for customers in consumer electronics, housing, automotive, and B2B sectors. The company is transitioning to a holding company in April 2022 as they aim to strengthen competitiveness by “specializing and sharpening” the operations of each business unit. Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM help Panasonic as they re-engineer business processes, spur data-driven management, and achieve more agile and sophisticated financial reporting, planning, and analysis.
A Canadian convenience store operator and independent fuel retailer based in Calgary, Alberta, Parkland was an on-premises Oracle Hyperion user. After evaluating OneStream and Oracle, Parkland chose Oracle Fusion Enterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service to standardize planning and budgeting across all their divisions.
Operating more than 350,000 vehicles from more than 1,300 locations in North America, Penske Truck Leasing serves customers operating small and large truck fleets. A longtime Oracle E-Business Suite and Taleo user, the company needed new capabilities as they enhance their HR service delivery. Penske Truck Leasing chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to help them effectively manage their global workforce of approximately 40,000 employees.
An international company specializing in solutions for customer experience management, finance automation, smart parcel lockers, and mailing systems, Quadient is using Oracle to standardize and consolidate multiple marketing automation systems. The company will use Oracle Marketing Cloud to unify their business, eliminate information silos, drive consistent messaging, and gain operational efficiencies.
The largest telco in East Africa, Safaricom offers a range of mobile and telephone services, including M-PESA, the world’s largest mobile payment system and one of Africa’s largest fintechs. Safaricom's purpose is to transform lives by connecting people to other people, to opportunities, and to information. Safaricom selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, Procurement, and HCM to help increase employee and supplier engagement and efficiency through timely and relevant business insights and a consistent user experience.
Asia Pacific's leading shopping and rewards platform, serving more than 30 million shoppers, Singapore-based ShopBack selected Oracle NetSuite to replace their existing accounting system. The company will use Oracle NetSuite to drive more financial process automation, reduce manual processes, and integrate their back-end financial system with other business applications.
One of Scotland’s 32 local authorities that provide government services within a district, South Lanarkshire Council oversees a south-central region on the border of Glasgow that’s home to more than 320,000 people. The council, which employs more than 16,000 people, chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to transition away from on-premises finance and HR applications.
A Canada-based financial services organization dedicated to helping people achieve financial security and live healthier lives, Sun Life provides a variety of insurance and investment products and services in key markets around the world. A long-standing Oracle Hyperion on-premises customer, Sun Life has decided to migrate to Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to reap the benefits of a modern cloud platform.
By bringing together all the disciplines needed to get new therapies to market, from clinical to commercial, Syneos Health focuses on helping companies accelerate the creation of biopharmaceutical treatments. An existing Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM customer, the services company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to drive an enterprisewide cloud transformation. These solutions replace on-premises systems that required manual processes and expensive customizations across human resources, resource management, and finance.
The UK’s National Health Service Supply Chain Coordination Limited manages the sourcing and delivery of healthcare and food products. The group went live this quarter on their new cloud system, built using Oracle Fusion Cloud Advertising and Customer Experience and SCM to streamline processes such as order quoting and inventory management.
Known throughout North America for their fresh, never-frozen square hamburgers and Frosty desserts, two of Wendy’s strategic growth pillars include digital acceleration and expanding the brand’s footprint, and they’re modernizing their back-office practices to support these efforts.
With more than 230 stores throughout the UK, Wickes is a home improvement retailer that sells to building professionals, do-it-yourself consumers, and do-it-for-me homeowners. After demerging from Travis Perkins, the company chose Oracle NetSuite to help them separate from their legacy finance systems.
One of the world’s largest financial services organizations, Deutsche Bank agreed to a multiyear collaboration with Oracle to modernize the bank’s database technology and accelerate their digital transformation. The agreement will see Deutsche Bank upgrade their existing database systems and migrate the bulk of their Oracle Database estate to Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer to support applications that either will not move to the public cloud or may in the future. This will provide a dedicated platform to support and scale the bank’s existing mission-critical systems and services including trading, payments processing, risk and capital planning, and regulatory reporting.
Telefônica Brasil holds the Vivo brand that’s the leading telecommunications business in Brazil, with more than 97 million accesses across the country. The company is moving their development and testing data center workload to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and shifting databases for important production applications such as Siebel from on-premises to Oracle Cloud@Customer. These initiatives are major milestones on Telefônica’s journey to the cloud and will also lead to significant cost savings.
A provider of cybersecurity applications for on-premises, multicloud, and edge computing environments, California-based A10 Networks selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their flagship Harmony Controller as a cloud service, plus other systems for both internal and external use. The ISV selected OCI because of its speed and performance and because OCI helps A10 provide their customers with a more secure and financially sound solution.
CMiC provides ERP for the construction industry, including back-office accounting, human resources, field operations, and project management, and they trust Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to host the solution. Among the reasons are that OCI offers next-generation infrastructure as a service that’s architected on security-first design principles, helping to reduce risk from advanced persistent threats. OCI also allows CMiC to deploy 10X faster, which makes the cost lower when compared with any other provider.
A provider of intelligent video optimization technology, Crunch Mediaworks uses patented technologies and proprietary ML/AI modeling to help their customers reduce the bandwidth of videos to improve quality and reduce costs. The company is moving their entire video optimization services from AWS to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. They expect that using OCI will help them increase performance, resulting in improved user experience.
A leader in 5G wireless infrastructure, EdgeQ is pioneering a base station-on-a-chip that brings 5G and artificial intelligence together in a programmable, scalable platform. To manage complex chip design across a highly matrixed global organization, EdgeQ chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to handle their many compute- and memory-intensive simulations, while meeting customers’ unforgiving expectations and timelines. Working with OCI has enabled EdgeQ to fulfill their vision within a design environment that meets the key vectors of performance, price, and service.
Processing more than 2 billion transactions a year, Electronic Transaction Consultants (ETC) is a leading provider of intelligent transportation systems and services, providing support to three of the top 15 US toll authorities. The company adopted Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Exadata Cloud Service to reduce operating and capital expenses and realize other benefits. The company now has high availability and easier management of the platform they use to build and run toll systems for city and highway agencies and their customers.
A leading provider of cybersecurity solutions based on the zero trust security model, Ericom Software’s ZTEdge Cloud Security platform runs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and is sold in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Available globally through Oracle Cloud Regions, the multitenant ZTEdge platform helps organizations rapidly adopt zero trust security principles while cutting complexity and costs, reducing cyber-risk, and improving application performance.
With enterprise video products such as webinars, town halls, virtual events, video portals, and lecture capture, Kaltura’s Video Experience Cloud reaches millions of active users. The company selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support growth and accelerate global expansion. Kaltura finds OCI's networking infrastructure fast, predictable, and affordable, providing substantial savings on networking costs. Oracle and Kaltura have also extended their strategic OEM partnership to deliver video experiences to Oracle Cloud customers.
Kulicke & Soffa is a leading provider of semiconductors and electronic assemblies serving the global automotive, consumer, communications, computing, and industrial markets. As part of a businesswide transformation to streamline processes across ERP, supply chain, and CX and gain full visibility into financial performance, the company turned to Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications. They also selected Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, Oracle Rest Data Services, Oracle Analytics Server, and Oracle Data Integration on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to move their on-premises data warehouse to the cloud to be more cost effective and data driven.
One of Europe’s largest media companies, Liberty Global operates an array of telecom, internet, and TV providers. The Netherlands-based company trusts Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run critical back-office applications including finance, procurement, and planning. This not only saves on the cost of running expensive data centers, but also gives Liberty Global the flexibility and scalability to meet demand from their growing customer base.
As a €6.4 billion provider of auto, health, and life insurance, France’s Macif Assurance faced a huge decision in moving all their Oracle Databases—containing more than half the company’s data—to the cloud. The insurer chose Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer because it offers the scalability and manageability of cloud while keeping the data on-premises in Macif’s data centers to meet regulatory requirements. Cloud flexibility will help the company bring new products and services to market faster for their 5.5 million policy holders.
A maker of cloud-based marketing automation and other software to help companies engage with consumers, Market Rithm felt they were getting squeezed with fees and support costs by their current cloud infrastructure provider. The company believes that moving their entire platform from AWS to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure will save them 30%, support their growth, and provide their customers with strong security.
National Stock Exchange of India (NSE India) has been at the forefront of transforming India’s deep-rooted savings tradition into more of an “equity culture.” Continuing their reputation for technology innovation, NSE India has selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including Oracle Exadata Cloud Service and Oracle Cloud VMware Service, to support test and development for their critical trade clearing and settlement application. Once successful, the company expects to further expand the instances for test and development of all critical applications at NSE.
Saudi Arabia’s ambitious effort to build an entirely new, sustainable city, NEOM will feature elements such as a high-speed transit line at its center and the world’s largest coral garden in the nearby Red Sea. To power their smart-city technologies, NEOM will implement an Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer, letting Oracle manage and secure the infrastructure technology while keeping the data and information inside the city.
The exclusive government provider of IT services for the US state’s executive branch, the New Jersey Office of Information Technology employs more than 500 technology specialists. Having prepared to move some on-premises Oracle Exadata workloads to Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer last year, the office is doing a second Cloud@Customer implementation this year so they can continue to benefit from the advantages of lower costs and less time spent on patching and other maintenance, all while keeping data inside their own data center.
One of the world’s largest spirits and wine companies, with globally known brands such as Absolut, Beefeater, and Jameson, Pernod Ricard has chosen Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their JD Edwards application as part of the company’s multicloud strategy.
A maker of generic drugs that ships more than 400 million packages of medicine a year, the Poland-based Polpharma is running some of their main, critical applications on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. OCI’s reliability helps ensure the company can meet the growing demand from the more than 60 countries they supply.
One of the US’s first federally approved digital asset trust banks, Protego Trust Bank sought a trusted partner to launch their business. They chose Oracle and Oracle’s cloud-based applications to run their digital banking operations. Protego’s leaders expect Oracle’s cloud and on-premises solutions to provide security, scalability, and performance to help them get to market faster with services to help institutional clients buy, hold, trade, and lend both fiat currencies and digital assets.
Saudi Payments operates a secure, interoperable national payment infrastructure serving banks and fintechs. As part of this network, the national electronic bill presentment and payment service SADAD relies on Oracle Cloud@Customer to help tackle the challenges that come with rapid growth, providing expanded storage and computing power while keeping data in the Saudi Payments data center.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many small laboratories turned to SCC Soft Computer’s SoftMolecular suite of applications for a scalable laboratory information system to improve lab operations. SCC’s Genetics Information Systems Suite is built on Oracle Database, and the company used Oracle’s new Support Rewards program when moving those Oracle Databases to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, gaining a significant discount on database maintenance costs while improving app performance. The ISV also can continue moving out of their data center in Florida—a priority given the natural disaster risks.
When legislators decided to move all operations out of the building housing the current data center, the Utah Division of Technology Services (DTS) saw an opportunity for a more efficient way to deliver on their technology promises. Already a user of Oracle Exadata, DTS has selected Oracle Cloud@Customer to migrate systems and applications without any downtime for state agencies, take advantage of the automation offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, and create a roadmap for additional cloud migration.
Telestream is a provider of a wide range of digital video and workflow solutions to help broadcast and enterprise companies reach broader audiences and generate more revenue with their media, and they count companies such as BBC, CBS, CNN, Comcast, and Fox as customers. Telestream has added Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a cloud processing platform choice for media customers who have made the strategic selection of OCI to host and execute their media processing workloads.
A leading ICT group in Italy and Brazil, TIM selected Oracle Cloud to support their ERP strategy through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and SaaS ERP solutions.
As a leading facility maintenance company in North America, Vixxo handles several million data transactions per month from their web and mobile app platforms. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure helps the company improve the performance of their core data warehouse and their Siebel, Revenue and Billing Management, and JD Edwards applications. OCI also supports Vixxo’s disaster recovery capabilities, enterprise platform management, and security posture, letting team members focus on evolving services and helping customers.
One of the world’s top information and telecommunication technology companies, with operations in more than 160 countries, Acer wanted to consolidate their cloud applications to manage increasing regulatory requirements and automate group financial reporting. By adopting Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM, the company aims to save staff time related to complex data collection and report preparation, while also improving the quality and accuracy of reporting.
Formed as a venture between Tata Sons Private Limited and AirAsia Investment Limited, AirAsia India is a young airline in one of the world’s fastest-growing aviation markets. Wanting to provide a superior experience to employees and business partners, the company determined they needed a new HR solution and selected Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM. This will help AirAsia India automate manual and paper-based processes in keeping with their sustainability agenda, leverage greater integration between systems such as payroll and analytics, incorporate self-service access to data and analytics, and better respond to massive business changes faced by the travel industry.
A seller of home supplies as diverse as stationery, detergent, appliances, toys, and furniture, Saudi Arabia-based Ala Kaifak is pursuing an aggressive growth strategy. The company selected Oracle NetSuite as a single platform to provide a strong and stable ERP, real-time reporting, and support across business functions.
A franchise operator for brands including Debenhams, H&M, P.F. Chang’s, Starbucks, The Body Shop, The Cheesecake Factory, Victoria’s Secret, and West Elm, the Kuwait-based Alshaya Group operates more than 4,000 stores across the Middle East and North Africa, Russia, Turkey, and Central and Eastern Europe, as well as a growing online and digital business. The company uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to handle applications for finances, retail management, and property operations, providing them a comprehensive view of their business.
A leading private hospital in the Middle East, American Hospital Dubai went live in May 2021 with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and HCM capabilities. This is the first of a multiphase implementation of Oracle Cloud Applications.
An integrated, nonprofit health system with 42 hospitals and more than 1,500 care locations in North Carolina, Atrium Health went live on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP in January 2021. Wake Forest Baptist Health, which recently joined Atrium Health through a strategic combination, went live on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP in July 2021.
A leading provider of business and personal insurance in Singapore, AXA choose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and Oracle Consulting to improve business efficiency and streamline integration between core insurance systems and their ERP system. Oracle Cloud ERP will bring the company benefits with more drill-down financial analysis options, a standardized global chart of accounts, insight into business performance, less manual financial processing, and reduced IT costs.
One of the largest distributors of mobile technology products in the United Arab Emirates and the surrounding region, Axiom Telecom went live in August 2021 with their first major step to the cloud, implementing multiple Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and SCM modules including financial management, procurement, and order management.
With a new flagship hospital scheduled to open in the summer of 2023, Baptist Health is building on 70 years as a locally owned healthcare system in northwest Florida and southern Alabama. Today, the system is comprised of three hospitals, four medical parks, an orthopedics and sports medicine institute, and more. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to replace an Infor Lawson system, after also considering Workday, in order to modernize their back office, unify processes, and increase visibility across the organization before opening their new hospital.
One of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, Bharti Airtel serves more 440 million customers across 18 countries in Asia and Africa. Wanting to digitize and automate their finance and supply chain processes, the company selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Financials, Risk Management, Supply Chain, and EPM. Bharti Airtel will rely on the cloud platform to simplify their IT environment, enable shared services across their operations, gain a single source of truth, and add capabilities such as real-time analytics and machine learning for faster decision-making.
Founded in 1929, Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group is renowned for their design, quality, and value, including the Chow Tai Fook flagship brand and other brands including HEARTS ON FIRE, ENZO, SOINLOVE, and MONOLOGUE. The group selected Oracle NetSuite for a centralized financial platform to support their operations in multiple locations, helping reduce manual reporting and provide timely insights to the business.
A global provider of high-end digital displays, projectors, command centers, and training simulators to a broad range of industries, Christie sought more easy-to-use product development technology. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud Product Lifecycle Management to help them manage and coordinate product development data and processes across many locations.
The second-most populous county in Texas and the ninth-most populous in the US, Dallas County had an initiative to modernize their back office financial and HR operations. The county chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to streamline purchasing and improve procure-to-pay; provide executives, managers, and employees with immediate insights into workforce performance; and connect operations across multiple business processes.
Norway’s largest financial services group, DNB offers loans, savings, advisory services, insurance, and pension products to retail and corporate customers. The bank had been relying on several legacy accounting systems. To move their business forward, they chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM to deliver a cloud-based system for accounting.
Founded in Columbus, Ohio in 1963, Donatos is a family-owned pizza company known for their thin-crust pizzas loaded with toppings from edge to edge, which are served in more than 300 locations in 20 states. The company chose Oracle NetSuite to manage both their finance and dough-manufacturing operations, since NetSuite provided a unified, cloud-based solution backed by strong restaurant industry experience.
The global trade enabler DP World’s extensive program to migrate distributed back-office applications to Oracle Fusion Cloud applications has involved staggered deployments since early 2020, including several in 2021 across multiple locations. Oracle Cloud applications for ERP, SCM, and HCM have shown a positive impact in many processes such as shorter period closing and reduced budgeting timelines. As a supply chain logistics provider, DP World runs a global network of 136 business units in more than 64 countries across six continents.
For nearly 130 years, GE has helped invent the future of industry, and today is helping the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. The company this past quarter went live on Oracle Fusion Accounting Hub, modernizing their financial practices by shifting to cloud solutions.
Kuwait’s Gulf Bank is in the midst of a multiyear technology transformation to centralize their banking infrastructure, automate core processes, reduce risk, and quickly provide new products to corporate and retail customers. After a highly competitive review, Gulf Bank selected Oracle Financial Services, including FLEXCUBE, Oracle Banking, and Oracle Financial Services Analytics applications to provide a scalable platform to deliver a better banking experience to customers and support growth.
An industry leader in builder solutions providing 112,000 products to top home improvement retailers, Hillman experienced tremendous growth in recent years, straining their logistics operations. Hillman chose Oracle Transportation Management to maximize operational efficiency by simplifying processes and providing holistic visibility to transportation operations.
A leading health and well-being company, Humana’s history in care delivery and health-plan administration is helping them create a new kind of integrated care, with the power to help members achieve their best health while lowering costs. Humana’s range of clinical capabilities and resources, such as in-home care, behavioral health, pharmacy services, data analytics, and wellness solutions, combine to make healthcare easier to navigate and more effective. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM to modernize their back-office systems and support their evolving business.
A global leader in technologies for vibration control, fluid management, and sealing, Hutchinson went live in June 2021 with Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM for 39,000 employees in 24 countries to improve efficiency in human resources, simplify access to employee data, and attract and retain key talent by providing compelling career paths.
An integrated producer broadcaster in the media and entertainment sector, ITV creates, owns, and distributes high-quality content on multiple platforms globally. The company needed to replace legacy technology that required time-consuming customizations and workarounds. The London-based organization selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM over competitors for a highly secure cloud platform that supports continuous innovation.
One of the largest commercial banks in East Africa, with a branch network across the region, KCB Group selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to reduce expenses and improve back-office efficiency, financial reporting, and data integrity.
A subsidiary of one of the world’s largest brand-name apparel companies, Levi Strauss de México went live this quarter on Oracle CX Marketing with Responsys Campaign Management, marking a regional expansion of Levi Strauss’ use of Oracle Marketing to personalize customer interactions.
In December 2020, the founders of four leading regional solar companies came together with cofounder and CEO Greg Butterfield to form Lumio, with the aim of decentralizing electrical power, elevating communities, and creating Earth’s best home solar experience. The company was instantly among the top five US residential solar providers, with several thousand team members and a sales run-rate of more than $1 billion. The company’s leadership team selected NetSuite as their core ERP platform to help scale the business across North America.
Macquarie Group is a global financial services group operating in 32 markets in asset management, retail and business banking, wealth management, leasing and asset financing, market access, commodity trading, renewables development, specialist advisory, capital raising, and principal investment. As part of their finance transformation program, Macquarie went live in August 2021 on multiple Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP modules including general ledger and accounting, and on EPM for tax reporting, profitability and cost management, and enterprise reporting. This builds on Macquarie's Oracle Cloud ERP Financial Management go-live in 2020.
As the manager and operator of government-owned ports and port facilities, Maldives Ports Limited serves as the gateway for goods into this nation of islands in the Indian Ocean. MPL selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP after an extensive evaluation to streamline and automate back-office operations, including finance and supply chain. The move will also support the relocation of MPL’s current port to the Maldives Commercial Port, a more modern facility developed to drive sustained growth of the country’s economy.
The oldest privately owned bank in the United Arab Emirates, Mashreq Bank is expanding their footprint across the Middle East and internationally. They needed to upgrade their aging Oracle E-Business Suite system to support new hubs in India, Egypt, and Pakistan. Mashreq chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP over SAP because Oracle offered the flexibility and scalability the organization needed to support multiple countries with differing requirements.
The world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol, Vancouver-based Methanex went live on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and SCM in the first quarter of 2021, replacing PeopleSoft systems.
A subsidiary of Japan’s AEON Group, My Basket runs supermarkets mainly in Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefecture. With a growing number of stores, the company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud Service to boost the efficiency of their call center, letting the team handle additional inquiry volumes and improve service without increasing headcount.
As a global leader in chip innovation, NXP Semiconductors delivers secure connectivity solutions used in areas from automotive and the Internet of Things to mobile and communications infrastructure, enabling capabilities such as contactless interactions and automotive electrification. The 29,000-employee, NASDAQ-listed company selected Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to replace Hyperion to bring critical financial processes into the cloud.
With their innovative pharmacy and medication management solutions, Omnicell provides automation to improve patient care, compliance, and efficiency—with the goal of zero-error medication management. The company went live recently with Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, moving core HR and benefits solutions to the cloud for their 3,500 employees.
The restaurant franchisee Pizza Hut Singapore selected Oracle NetSuite to handle their sales and operations planning. The company plans to use NetSuite to do planning for sales, costs, and profit by store.
Part of the U.S. Department of Energy, the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has a mission to develop the scientific and technological knowledge needed to make nuclear fusion energy a viable option to power the world. The Lab chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to streamline and automate business processes and connect all parts of the operation. Oracle Fusion Cloud meets a critical requirement for the Lab: FedRAMP compliance, which means the cloud application satisfies U.S. federal security standards.
A designer, builder, and operator of world-class data centers for global organizations, Pure Data Centres Group provides their customers with certainty of delivery, independence of operation, and service excellence. The company selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications—ERP, EPM, HCM, SCM, and CX—to manage their assets, finances, and people as they continue their impressive growth trajectory.
Flying to more than 160 international destinations across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Oceania, Qatar Airways was struggling with aging technology that was difficult to manage and costly to update. The airline selected Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to significantly reduce financial planning time and resource demands while gaining insights to help make strategic financial decisions.
Region Sjælland is a $3 billion organization and one of the five administrative regions in Denmark, with the main task of providing healthcare for 821,000 citizens through six hospitals. The organization chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to get a modern platform with a far better end-user experience, more efficient process management, and better reporting. A central aim is to improve compliance and reduce the need for software customization.
Started in 2008 as an SEO tool, Semrush has grown into a leading online visibility management SaaS platform, going public on the New York Stock Exchange earlier in 2021. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to manage their financial and procurement functions, integrating with an existing Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud deployment.
Supporting more than 12,000 employees in Sweden and Finland, the global construction and development company Skanska went live in April 2021 with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM.
The organization responsible for marketing New Zealand as a tourist destination, Tourism New Zealand went live this past quarter on Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP for financial management, procurement, and enterprise performance management.
A publicly traded maker of plastic films and aluminum extrusions, Tredegar-Bonnell Aluminum chose Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to help them automate account reconciliations and transaction matching, and to provide better integration between Tredegar and their Bonnell Aluminum subsidiary for an enterprise-wide view of finances.
The world’s most popular football league, with a global audience of billions each season, the Premier League has chosen Oracle as their official cloud provider. In teaming with Oracle, the Premier League will increase the excitement surrounding every game through new in-match statistics that provide a deeper understanding of the live action on the pitch. Oracle's data and analytics and machine learning technologies will deliver these statistics in real time. Match Insights—Powered by Oracle Cloud will present advanced player performance data and statistics during global broadcast coverage and across the Premier League’s social channels, starting with the 2021/22 season.
A four-time Formula 1 World Champion team, Red Bull Racing Honda has chosen Oracle as their official cloud infrastructure partner. Red Bull Racing Honda will leverage the machine learning and data analytics capabilities of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to optimize the way data is used across key aspects of their business—from analyzing on-track activities to giving fans more information about the team. The OCI-powered capabilities will help the team sharpen their already formidable competitive edge. And Oracle CX tools will help provide their global fan base with up-to-the minute insights across multiple platforms.
Companies are facing increasingly complex supply chain challenges, as the pandemic demonstrated, and Körber’s supply chain solutions help companies overcome those challenges. Körber’s customers worldwide increasingly want to utilize these solutions as cloud services for cost savings, performance, and security. To help make this a reality, Körber extended and significantly expanded their agreement with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their SaaS supply chain applications on behalf of their customers.
A pioneer in remote work technologies, including cloud-based solutions GoToMeeting, GoToConnect, GoToWebinar, LastPass, and Rescue, LogMeIn is a driving force in today’s work-from-anywhere movement, with nearly 2 million customers who use their software as an essential part of their daily lives. LogMeIn will run new workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, alongside their primary cloud provider, as part of a multicloud strategy.
By capturing billions of signals from in-person, phone, and digital interactions, Medallia helps organizations understand and manage the experience of their users, whether they’re customers, employees, patients, or citizens. The company chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a preferred cloud to run Medallia Experience Cloud, their award-winning SaaS platform. Using OCI, Medallia will be able to achieve the scale to support their rapidly expanding global customer base while reducing costs compared with other cloud providers.
A provider of endpoint management and security built for the world’s most-demanding IT environments, Tanium has turned to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as part of a multicloud approach to deliver their flagship SaaS platform, Tanium as a Service (TaaS). TaaS is designed to provide comprehensive visibility, control, and intelligence of endpoints at the edge, from laptops and phones to machinery and IoT devices. The TaaS solution benefits from OCI’s built-in security, high availability, and superior price-performance, helping Tanium reach a broader set of customers.
Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE cloud software provides enterprises from small businesses to multinational organizations a unified tax and trade engine that brings automation to the ever-evolving tax landscape. The collaboration between Oracle and ONESOURCE Indirect Tax expands upon Thomson Reuters cloud-based offerings by helping customers around the globe tackle complex transactional tax calculations using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
As a pioneer in applying new security approaches to the unique risks of mobile devices, Zimperium is now a global leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD), providing real-time, on-device protection against threats. The independent software vendor offers their MTD platform as a cloud-based service on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, a recognition that enterprises are rapidly moving even their most data-intensive and security-focused applications to the cloud.
Australia Post is at the heart of all Australian communities, connecting people to each other and the world by providing trusted postal, parcel, financial, and government services. They chose Oracle Cloud@Customer as the strategic platform for their core SAP and business systems that process more than 2.8 billion items annually, delivering them to 12.3 million delivery points across Australia and to 114 countries across the world.
Bechtel has been helping their customers change the world for the better since 1898, building some of the world’s engineering marvels such as the Hoover Dam in the US. A long-time Oracle customer dating back to the 1980s, the company recently chose to move their Oracle workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, starting with Oracle E-Business Suite. Using OCI will give them greater flexibility in delivering projects and reduce the data center footprint they need to maintain.
Operating more than 13,000 stores worldwide, including more than 5,000 supermarkets in France alone, Carrefour is combining their global store network with online shopping websites unique to each country. Carrefour chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to accelerate the migration of their critical databases. Some of these power a big part of the company’s data infrastructure, including the 360-degree customer view that’s critical to offering better shopping experiences to more than 80 million customers. With the PaaS services and tools delivered on the powerful OCI environment, Carrefour is better equipped to analyze the massive amounts of data their business generates.
Essential in the discovery of the elusive Higgs boson particle, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is not only the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, it’s also one of the world’s most complex machines. The massive, 38,000-ton instrument is configured, controlled, and monitored by specialized database-centric applications that interact with millions of parameters—including those related to particle beams and vital equipment—ensuring the collider’s optimal operation. CERN and Oracle have been working together on cloud technology since 2015, through their long-standing partnership in CERN openlab. Production databases are replicated in Oracle Cloud for disaster recovery, and production batch jobs are run on Oracle Cloud compute nodes as part of the batch processing done for physics research. The collider’s reliability is of utmost importance to CERN’s research into the fundamental particles that make up everything around us.
A current Exadata customer, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Asia Pacific has moved their on-premises Oracle E-Business Suite to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. With OCI, their operating companies in the Asia Pacific region get improved performance, and support for their sustainability efforts through less energy use for data centers. Oracle was chosen because of their strong technical expertise globally.
Driven by a spirit of innovation and the pursuit of excellence, Laval University is one of Canada’s leading research universities, with more than $400 million in research funding. A leader in distance learning, the university has more than 4,000 teachers, lecturers, and faculty and research staff who share their knowledge with over 45,000 students, 26% of whom are in graduate programs. They have been running database workloads on Oracle Exadata on-premises, and they’re now moving to Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer to get the elasticity needed to meet spikes in computing demand due to major projects and seasonal peaks.
A leading South African media company, Media24 publishes more than 60 newspapers, has two major digital news platforms that include paid subscriptions, magazines, and books, and offers diverse digital and logistics services. Media24 chose Oracle Cloud@Customer to run their mission-critical SAP workloads, providing the company with a flexible, scalable cloud environment that requires minimal IT support. This allows the company to focus on excellent journalism, smart technology, and innovative services.
A global crop protection company based in Australia, Nufarm employs more than 2,500 people and sells in more than 100 countries. The company chose to migrate their Oracle E-Business Suite as well as non-Oracle workloads currently running on AWS to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Nufarm’s leadership felt the move would lower the company’s costs and reduce risks by taking advantage of Oracle's strong cloud capabilities and performance.
From their roots as a graphics chip company, NVIDIA has created an accelerated computing platform that drives pioneering innovations in high performance computing, autonomous vehicles, healthcare, and other AI applications. NVIDIA chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run critical database workloads. NVIDIA engineers and the Oracle Cloud engineering team partnered to address the company’s current and future architecture needs for large Oracle Database environments. The collaboration includes the work to extend the use of AI in Oracle’s enterprise applications.
When the pandemic hit, Quest Diagnostics experienced skyrocketing demand to deliver molecular and serology testing, putting unexpected strain on the company’s Oracle computing infrastructure. Quest offers physicians a broad menu of patient tests from routine to highly specialized, providing insights derived from the world’s largest database of clinical lab results. Already an early adopter of Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer, which provides Quest the benefits of cloud while keeping sensitive data on their premises, the company has expanded their Cloud@Customer use to a growing list of workloads and additional computing capacity needs.
A leading biotechnology company that provides the REGEN-COV antibody cocktail used to treat COVID-19, Regeneron for 30 years has focused on translating science into medicine. To manage major growth in their drug business—particularly for COVID-19 treatments—the company is moving their drug order management system off of a Rackspace environment onto Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. With OCI managed by Advanced Customer Services, the company expects to reduce costs and increase performance, scalability, and reliability. Regeneron also evaluated AWS and Rackspace to run the order management system.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing has allocated more than 200,000 plots of land—50,000 of them at no cost—as well as home-building and finance options, all with the goal of meeting the Kingdom’s growing housing needs. The Ministry of Housing, which runs the project and oversees all housing development and real estate projects in the Kingdom, recently moved to Oracle Autonomous Database. The Ministry has seen significantly improved data quality and availability.
Serving customers across Kenya with a variety of financial products and services, Stanbic Kenya’s rapid growth and future strategic focus required a computing infrastructure that meets these ambitions. The bank chose Oracle Cloud to run their core banking system, providing a cloud environment with the capability, security, elasticity, and manageability that Stanbic sought.
One of the world’s largest telecom providers, with 347 million customers in 14 countries, Telefónica is at the forefront of 5G technology. The company chose Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to update the environment that supports critical applications such as CRM, billing, and more. Telefónica expects the move to bring up to 15% in cost savings and the modernization required to help them deliver the next generation of telecommunications to customers.
A leading provider of information and communications technology services in Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije chose Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer as their disaster recovery system to ensure availability of data on Oracle databases, while ensuring the company complies with data sovereignty requirements.
An Israeli online-only fashion retailer, TERMINAL X offers top brands such as Adidas, Nike, and Reebok, and is always looking for ways to improve service and grow their customer base. After first using Amazon Web Services for cloud infrastructure, TERMINAL X moved their Oracle packaged and ISV applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. With a strong cloud partner relationship and new cost savings in place, TERMINAL X can focus more on continually improving their online shopping experience.
One of the largest telecommunications operators in Brazil with more than 50 million active lines, TIM Brasil has moved their Siebel CRM to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The company saved 30% in technology costs even as they improved customer service by 50% in areas such as cell phone activation and in-store and online support. TIM Brasil also plans to migrate all of their data centers to cloud services, including Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, aiming to close their own data centers within two years.
With a growth rate averaging more than 50% annually over the past four years, Vietnam International Bank (VIB) has the fastest retail bank growth in Vietnam. The company is one of the country’s leaders in providing core retail banking services such as auto, mortgage, and business loans, payment services, deposits, credit cards, and insurance. VIB considers Oracle Cloud Infrastructure part of their multicloud ecosystem to support their sustainable growth.
Created to provide computing and telecommunication services to universities and colleges, West Virginia Network for Educational Telecomputing (WVNET) has expanded to serve K–12 districts, state and county government, and public libraries. By using Oracle Database Cloud Services in OCI, WVNET is modernizing their IT infrastructure to provide a more secure and high-performance environment, and to provide new cloud-based services such as analytics, data warehousing, and digital assistants to member institutions.
Oscar- and Emmy-winning company Avid Technology develops software and hardware tools used by artists—from solo acts to creators at the largest media and entertainment companies—for video and audio editing, music notation, media storage, and other purposes. With subscriptions now surpassing 20% of total revenue, Avid needed better software to manage its complex billing, revenue management, and financial reporting. Avid chose Oracle NetSuite’s integrated suite of cloud applications to replace a legacy SAP platform.
With US$2.2 trillion assets under management and operations in 35 countries, the financial institution BNY Mellon went live as of March 31, 2021, with several Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP financial management modules, marking a key milestone in their cloud initiative.
A US-based information technology consulting firm with expertise in analytics, digital, engineering, and cybersecurity, Booz Allen Hamilton’s work serves businesses, governments, and military organizations. Looking for a cloud-based system to help modernize their financial forecasting and replace Oracle’s on-premises Hyperion, they chose Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM because of the product’s reputation in the government-contracting industry, its strong security, and cost savings. Oracle EPM also meets the needs of both the controller and corporate forecasting functions in one platform.
A US company that owns, operates, or franchises more than 1,600 Chili’s and Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurants in 28 countries and 2 territories, Brinker International wanted better visibility into restaurant performance to help improve operations and efficiency. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM to replace on-premises Oracle JD Edwards and PeopleSoft systems. By combining their new cloud ERP and HCM with their current Oracle Cloud EPM system, Brinker business leaders will have more timely information from a single source to help them make better decisions.
While most of us only see their armored vehicles on the road, Brink’s helps companies manage their entire cash management process behind the scenes, providing the people, software, and hardware to count, deposit, move, and track cash. Increasingly, companies are buying cash management services through a single subscription. As Brink’s has grown organically and through acquisition, they are also introducing new digital cash management solutions, and they needed a single view and global standards for their financial planning. Brink’s is transforming their business and industry with help from Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM, which replaces a highly customized Oracle Hyperion instance.
The US’s largest retailer of used vehicles, CarMax wanted one system that could support a transaction from order to inventory to general ledger. The company is replacing a highly customized Oracle PeopleSoft application with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and SCM, giving them a single cloud-based platform across financials, order management, and inventory. CarMax expects the system to deliver cost savings and integrate with other applications to deliver enhanced business processes.
As a global specialist in computer bureau services for share registrars, Computershare employs 12,000 people and manages more than 75 million customer records across all major financial markets. The company selected a suite of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications across ERP, EPM, and HCM to help them modernize, with the goal of becoming a cloud-first company.
Con Edison provides electric, gas, and steam service for 4.5 million customers in New York City and Westchester County, New York. Oracle Utilities supports Con Edison’s long-standing energy efficiency programs aimed at reducing energy consumption throughout the year. The utility is expanding that conservation effort this summer by using Oracle Utilities Opower Behavioral Demand Response to help manage demand in targeted areas by educating customers on helpful energy-saving tips.
A Germany-based global mechanical and plant engineering firm, Dürr Group’s broad expertise includes robotic technology for automotive production and machines for making wood furniture. The company chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, after also considering SAP and Workday, to help them eliminate manual processes needed with their current HR systems. Dürr expects significant cost savings by eliminating manual processes, more effective recruiting and reporting, and companywide efficiencies from streamlining global software operations with a cloud-based system.
The world’s largest real-world outdoor treasure-hunting game is geocaching, introduced in 2000 and now played on all seven continents. Participants navigate to a set of GPS coordinates to find the geocache container that a community member has hidden, sign the logbook, and return the geocache to its original location. Geocaching HQ’s leadership team needed a more robust, multicurrency financial system to manage the company’s revenue operations, and they chose Oracle NetSuite to replace their legacy accounting software.
An integrated care delivery and healthcare financing organization, HealthPartners and their more than 26,000 colleagues offer care, coverage, research, and education to 1.2 million patients and 1.8 million members across the US. Oracle is teaming up with HealthPartners to replace their legacy Infor Lawson back-office system. The Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications suite will provide more strategic insight to leaders and drive efficiency through best practices. With Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and HCM, HealthPartners will reduce the number of third-party applications they use by up to 80%, creating a complete solution for their provider and payer needs.
Northern Virginia’s leading nonprofit healthcare provider, Inova has 18,000 team members serving more than 2 million people a year. The organization went live in April with their second wave of Oracle applications, including Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and HCM solutions that are replacing a legacy Infor system, point applications, and manual processes. The first wave, focused on Oracle Cloud HCM, went live in December 2019.
With the mission of advancing science and technology education in the region, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), a leading university in Indonesia, wanted to meet the changing needs of their students and better collaborate digitally with their network of suppliers. With Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and SCM, the university now has an integrated suite of applications with built-in automation and artificial intelligence, allowing them to improve the efficiency of key business processes and maintain a core focus on teaching, research, and community service.
One of the largest financial technology startups in Indonesia, LinkAja supports noncash financial transactions such as payments for retail, public services, and other daily needs, and focuses on people with lower- and middle-class incomes, as well as micro, small, and medium-sized businesses. LinkAja chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and HCM to run their business and integrate across finance, procurement, and HR.
Operating 374 hotels in 40 countries, Meliá Hotels International offers exceptional guest experiences under seven unique brands. The Spanish hotel chain recently chose Oracle to consolidate property management and point-of-sale systems to enable the full spectrum of hotel operations. By migrating from on-premises to Oracle Hospitality’s OPERA Cloud Property Management and OPERA Cloud Sales and Event Management, Meliá expects to reduce IT operational costs by 30%.
A pioneer in microfinance banking in Peru and the world, Mibanco, a part of Credicorp Group, has an aggressive growth strategy in Latin America. As part of the bank’s strategic plan, the leadership chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to help them modernize back-office operations and improve employees’ job experiences, such as offering more self-service HR resources and providing better measurement and analytics so managers can be more effective.
An investment bank and securities firm with the largest network in Japan and a global reach, Mizuho Securities went live in April on Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to accelerate their financial planning and budgeting processes.
Founded during the Great Depression by seven US Navy employees, Navy Federal Credit Union is the largest retail credit union in the US by asset size and membership, with more than US$146.7 billion in assets, over 10.4 million members, and 345 branches worldwide. As they continue to experience record growth, Navy Federal chose Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to modernize and upgrade their legacy Hyperion systems, streamline workflows, and improve remote access, in an effort aligned with the credit union’s larger digital transformation.
To deliver on their brand vision of “orchestrating a brighter world” and to improve customer engagement, NEC has adopted Oracle Fusion Cloud’s Unity Customer Data Platform and Maxymiser Testing and Optimization. The company plans to integrate distributed customer data and use customer profiles for more personalized multichannel marketing and sales activities. As part of their marketing automation strategy, NEC also has implemented Oracle Eloqua Marketing Automation to drive account-based marketing and increase customer retention and loyalty.
Created to consolidate management of Western Australia’s ports into four regional authorities, Pilbara Ports Authority oversees some of the world’s largest bulk export ports, handling iron ore and other exports vital to the country’s economy. The authority chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, and HCM to improve the efficiency of core business functions and better align with Australian port standards, which should ultimately minimize management costs.
One of Southeast Asia’s leading mass transportation providers, PT Transportasi Jakarta chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to create a single source of information for employees, gain analytical insights, and improve employees’ experience with their human resources requirements. Oracle Cloud HCM’s built-in HR best practices provided a strong selling point, along with mobile capabilities for employees.
A world-leading provider of transport solutions including trucks and buses for heavy transport applications, Scania employs more than 50,000 people in about 100 countries. Scania chose to further invest in Oracle Fusion EPM Cloud because of the completeness of the EPM cloud suite, the flexibility and innovation offered by this cloud application, and cost savings over time as compared with expanding their current EPM platform.
One of Japan’s most technologically advanced banks, the Shinsei Bank Group is constantly pursuing unique services for customers. Behind the scenes, by adopting Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, they plan to unify financial systems across the company’s operating units to accelerate group synergy. Furthermore, they expect to improve the efficiency of the group's financial operations.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMBC Group) has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to consolidate accounting functions as part of their efforts to streamline business processes. SMBC Group will implement shared services across their group of companies. Previously, each SMBC Group company operated separate accounting systems with inconsistent processes. The group needed a single accounting platform that would support the requirements of all their companies and evolve with the business to enable the latest innovations in finance. After reviewing a number of cloud ERP offerings, SMBC Group chose to standardize on Oracle Cloud ERP and EPM.
Telenor Group is a leading telecommunications company across the Nordics and Asia. Telenor has selected Oracle applications for converged charging, billing, and revenue management to lay the groundwork for 5G by providing seamless payment interactions for their 160 million subscribers in Asia. These can range from an ongoing monthly subscription to a video-on-demand service to mobile banking payments to large-scale prepaid voice and data services.
UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company and connects more than 220 countries and territories through a fully integrated air and ground network. Multiple divisions of UPS run on Oracle Cloud Applications, and the company’s corporate team has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to replace their Oracle E-Business Suite as they modernize and streamline their financial operations.
Serving Australia's fastest-growing state, the Department of Transport plans, builds, and operates an integrated transport system across road, tram, and rail. With AU$70 billion of infrastructure work underway across the state, the organization needed an integrated ERP across the transportation portfolio to bring together multiple disparate systems from the former entities that now make up the Department. The state chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and CX—supported by Oracle Integration Cloud, Oracle Analytics Cloud, and Oracle Primavera Unifier Contractor—to improve their organization’s measurement, reporting, and decision-making.
Known globally for data-centric solutions under the Western Digital, G-Technology, SanDisk, and WD brands, Western Digital has been migrating to Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and SCM over the past few years and is live with multiple modules.
A UK specialty online retailer focused on cycling, running, swimming, and outdoor equipment and apparel, Wiggle recently chose to migrate their Oracle Retail on-premises systems to Oracle Retail’s Merchandising and Merchandising Financial Planning cloud services. The company tapped into the Retail Consulting SOAR methodology, created to help companies save time and money and stay focused on their businesses as they migrate to the cloud. Wiggle will add Retail Demand Forecasting Cloud Service to their portfolio to better predict consumer demand as they accelerate growth and expand into new markets.