São Paulo, Brasil —June 7, 2018
Oracle today announced the second group of startups to participate in the Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator in São Paulo. With a six-month duration, the program offers startups support for growing their business and developing innovative cloud-based solutions.
Coordinated by members of Oracle's research and development team, the Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator program brings startups technical and business expertise, a collaborative workspace, access to Oracle’s ecosystem of more than 430,000 customers, partners and investors, and free Oracle Cloud credits.
Selected from a very qualified and diverse group of candidates, the six startups of the second class of São Paulo are:
Agendor - a sales enhancement platform that helps small and medium businesses with consultative sales to define and track the sales process in a simple, lean and affordable way with web and mobile versions. Through Agendor it is possible to centralize the customer portfolio, track sales in progress and extract reports of business results.
JUSTTO - a company focused on the legal area, which provides access to justice through its agreement negotiation automation platform, with an intelligent end-to-end solution to prevent and resolve conflicts.
Qulture.Rocks - aimed at helping organizations create new work cultures, it is a customized (mobile and desktop) content and performance management platform that generates alignment, recognition and development in the work environment through feedback, meritocracy, skill development and goal management.
Smartrips.co - a platform that encourages corporate employees to save on corporate travel. Through the algorithm, the company defines a budget for the trip of the employee who, when saving, earns points to exchange for benefits with partners of the platform.
Social Miner - engagement and sales platform that uses machine learning and storytelling to create more humanized digital marketing campaigns and increase business sales.
Tail - platform for audience management in Latin America. A "one-stop shop" under the SaaS model brings advertisers, agencies and vehicles a comprehensive set of solutions for managing audience data on desktops and mobile devices.
"Startups in São Paulo continue to raise the bar for global cloud innovation, and we are proud to welcome this select group into our second class," said Reggie Bradford, senior vice president of Oracle's Startup Ecosystem and Accelerator.
"With the announcement of the second group, Oracle reinforces the continuity of the Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator and its commitment to fostering the Brazilian ecosystem of startups," said Rodrigo Galvão, president of Oracle Brazil. "The six selected startups will be supported by Oracle to grow further and transform the business world."
Oracle offers residential and non-residential acceleration programs that leverage cloud-based technology innovation and enable co-creation and co-innovation. Launched globally in early 2016, Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator is present in nine cities - Austin, Bangalore, Bristol, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Paris, Sao Paulo, Singapore and Tel Aviv. Oracle Scaleup Ecosystem is the non-residential program, available globally, for startups looking to grow and develop their business.
Entrepreneurship in Oracle OpenWorld Brazil 2018
The six startups of the second Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator cohort in São Paulo will participate in Oracle OpenWorld Brasil 2018 in a panel on June 20 at 2:45 pm at the Ibirapuera Park Biennial. The event is open to the public and with free admission.
Learn more about the program’s startups, innovation and emerging technologies at Oracle OpenWorld Brasil 2018.
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