Oracle is shifting the complexity away from IT, and moving it out of the enterprise by engineering hardware and software to work together—in the cloud and in the data center. By eliminating complexity and simplifying IT, Oracle enables its customers—400,000 of them in more than 145 countries around the world—to accelerate innovation and create added value for their customers.
- US$38.3 billion total GAAP revenue in FY14
- Position on the 2014 Fortune 500: 82
- Position on the 2013 Interbrand 100: 18
- #1 in 50 product or industry categories
- Key offerings: applications, database, middleware, cloud, servers, storage, support, and consulting
- Key industries: aerospace and defense, automotive, chemicals, communications, consumer goods, education and research, engineering and construction, financial services, healthcare, health sciences, high technology, hospitality, industrial manufacturing, life sciences, media and entertainment, natural resources, oil and gas, professional services, public sector, retail, travel and transportation, utilities, and wholesale distribution
- 25,000 partners
- 120,000 employees
- 15 million developers in Oracle online communities
Innovation and Investment
- 36,000 developers and engineers
- 18,000 customer support specialists, speaking 29 languages
- 17,000 implementation consultants
- 900 independent Oracle user groups with 500,000 members
- 2.2 million students supported annually
- More than 17,000 patents worldwide
- Headquarters: Redwood Shores, California
- Major operations in the United States, India, the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Canada, France, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Romania, and Ireland
- Fiscal year: June 1 to May 31
For more detail, please read our Form 10-K (PDF) or visit Oracle Investor Relations.
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