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Roger Li

Oracle Executive Biography

Roger Li

Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Oracle China


Roger Li is senior vice president and managing director for Oracle China, responsible for Oracle’s overall business across the region. He is dedicated to delivering on commitments to both customers and partners, accelerating market penetration of Oracle’s full line of products, and enhancing the leadership of Oracle's core business, including cloud computing, Oracle Engineered Systems, and storage.

Li has more than 30 years of experience in the IT and telecommunications industries in China, Asia Pacific, and North America. He has been with Oracle for more than 12 years, serving in a range of senior management positions.

Prior to being appointed managing director of Oracle China, Li was senior vice president for the technology business unit at Oracle Asia Pacific. During his tenure, his team boosted sales of Oracle Database and Oracle Exadata in Asia Pacific and maintained the lead position in the market segment.

Following the BEA acquisition in 2008, Li was senior vice president for Oracle Middleware in Asia Pacific from 2008 to 2011. He led a successful integration and ensured that Oracle maintained market leadership in the region.

From 2006 to 2008, Li held the role of managing director for Oracle China. He led the management team in establishing new business opportunities, directing strategic decision-making, boosting long-term customer satisfaction, and overseeing business operations across the region.

His leadership was also evident in Oracle’s significant presence in the enterprise segment by providing large conglomerates such as China Mobile, Bank of China, and the public sector in China with a choice of applications, middleware, and database technologies. During his tenure, Oracle extended customer reach in high-growth cities by establishing 16 branches across China.