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Oracle helps consumer goods companies address challenges in transitioning to and succeeding in the digital world. Plan for the future as you adopt emerging technologies and empower a collaborative digital workplace to improve productivity.
Today's consumers are hyperconnected. To succeed in the new consumer landscape, suppliers and manufacturers must be willing to recognize, embrace, and become catalysts for change.
Today's consumer goods industry is operating in an era defined by global, digitally connected shoppers who are demanding personalization and innovation. View our adaptable cloud-based infographic for accelerated technology realization across the enterprise.
Oracle and Euromonitor International have partnered to explore a new path to digital relevancy and how industry can stay ahead of the curve through new theories on technological ideation and innovation.
Although prediction is a tough thing to nail, anticipating consumer trends and deploying innovations that enhance customer experience (CX) and simplify operations is vital to the long-term health and wellness of your business.
Take a look at Oracle’s industry solutions to see how you can leverage our cloud products to both be future-proof and future-ready. The solutions leverage cloud software, infrastructure, and transformational technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, and digital assistants to solve the challenges you face today.
IoT is poised to revolutionize just about every industry.
What will supply chains look like in the future? People envision unmanned vehicles zipping around crowded streets and overhead drones dropping packages on doorsteps.
“Two companies in our market are merging—how will that affect us?” the CEO asks a business analyst.
Many people view the incorporation of AI at work with anxiety, if not outright fear.
Whether you’re an automaker, a big-box retailer, or a grocery store, chances are you’re constantly moving things from point A to point B.
Business leaders are becoming more adept at customer-centric thinking because the market demands it.