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Born in Santa Clara, raised in Belmont, came of age in Redwood Shores. We grew up in California. Its people are our people. And bringing people and processes together in the cloud is what we do best.
From coast to desert, north to south, Oracle Cloud is built to help people connect faster, smarter, and more cost efficiently.
See how San Luis Obispo evolved beyond endless spreadsheets and clunky purchasing software to elegant, real-time data management and smooth resourcing, powered by Oracle ERP.
In just two weeks, the Oracle Cloud Accelerator program helped the CA Department of Conservation answer a critical question that would have taken them one to two years to address on their own.Watch the video (1:37)
MA Substance Abuse Information and Referral program handled 170,000+ calls and visits in 2017, providing personalized content and dynamic assessments powered by Oracle Service Cloud.Read the solution overview (PDF)
NY Medicaid manages, scales, and analyzes 20+ years of claims and encounter data with Oracle’s data warehouse products.Read the case study (PDF)
Oakland, CA reduced the timeline for city payroll processing from 12 hours to 12 minutes and increased system uptime by nearly 30 percent with Oracle E-Business Suite.Read the blog
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services are less expensive, higher-performing, and as easy to buy as identical services from competitors.
Oracle sets a new standard with the world's first autonomous database cloud, with self-driving, self-securing and self-repairing features.
The Oracle Startup for Higher Education supports Stanford University students helping to provide more transparency in health insurance options for self-insured employers.
See the difference Oracle Cloud can make for employees in health and human services as well as the families and communities they serve.
With Oracle Service Cloud, the city of San Jose has greatly expanded civic engagement and made exciting progress toward their goal of becoming America’s most innovative city.
The University of Southern California uses Oracle Cloud to create advanced computation applications to solve issues from graffiti to garbage.
Peter Pirnejad's journey to lead the launch of Oracle Community Development passed through city halls in Westlake Village, Napa, and Palo Alto.
Explore how advancements in cloud technology, machine learning, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and more can help government agencies engage with today’s hyperconnected citizens.