Customer highlights from Q1 FY24 earnings
Thank you, Cohere, First Solar, German Federal Government, Johnson Controls, Maersk, MGM Resorts, Michelin, and many others across many industries, for trusting us to help drive your business success. Learn more about these and other customers below.
The world’s second-largest container shipping company, Maersk is a global logistics solutions provider supporting the chemical, retail, automotive, refrigerated goods, and healthcare industries, among others. The company migrated applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to improve business performance. With OCI, Maersk accelerated their time to insights, lowered operating costs, and increased customer satisfaction.
MGM Resorts International
MGM Resorts International is a global gaming and entertainment company encompassing more than 20 hotel and gaming destinations. This past quarter, MGM Resorts expanded their adoption of Oracle Cloud Applications for supply chain modernization, leveraging Oracle Fusion Cloud SCM. MGM properties around the globe will benefit from the optimization effort, which extends to all aspects of the procurement, delivery, recipe management, and warehousing segments of their operations. The native integration with Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP allows MGM Resorts to streamline operations and drive innovation across the enterprise.
AvaSure, a provider of virtual nursing and virtual sitting solutions to more than 1,100 hospitals in North America, selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s GPU technology for its best-in-class performance, security, and cost-effectiveness as they scale AI for their AvaSure TeleSitter solution.
Cohere is a leading AI platform for enterprises. Their world-class AI is suited to the needs of businesses, with a focus on data privacy and models that they fine-tune for outstanding performance tailored to industry and proprietary information. Oracle has partnered with Cohere to power Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s generative AI services. Leveraging the performance of OCI to train their models, Cohere is working closely with Oracle to bring enterprise AI technology to businesses.
A world-class cancer research and treatment center, the Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine’s goal is to redefine medicine by bringing together clinicians, scientists, and thought leaders to collaborate and drive innovation in cancer treatment, infectious disease, and overall human health. The institute is using NVIDIA GPUs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to train cancer detection AI models for digital pathology.
Inworld AI provides a character engine to help developers use AI to create characters that respond intelligently with more natural dialogue and actions. Inworld AI uses NVIDIA GPUs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to train and serve their generative AI workloads.
John Snow Labs is an award-winning AI company that helps leading healthcare and life science organizations worldwide provide better patient outcomes. They selected bare metal NVIDIA GPU instances running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure based on their proven performance and value, which can help them improve and scale their models.
An innovator in generative AI and diffusion, Luma AI is building 3D foundation models of reality to create generative 3D content. This content can be used to create games and movies from text and images, photorealistic 3D digital twins for real estate, simulations, and more. Luma AI decided to deploy on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to increase performance stability and scalability as they scale and as demand skyrockets. They now have access to leading GPUs, extensive engineering support, and the fastest RDMA cluster network available. By using OCI to manage steps from preprocessing to serving models, Luma AI is transforming the way people create and experience 3D.
Reka AI builds generative AI models and does advanced AI research around general-purpose multimodal and multilingual agents, self-improving AI, and model efficiency. To support their work, Reka is using NVIDIA GPUs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
The research-driven AI company Suno builds AI models that help creatives and developers generate realistic speech, music, and sound effects. They use NVIDIA GPUs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to train their audio foundation large language models.
Founded in 2021, Twelve Labs is an AI startup offering video foundation models that are accessible via APIs and that help businesses and developers build intelligent video products. They were searching for a new cloud computing platform with bare metal infrastructure and high internode bandwidth for their large-scale training jobs. They chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to replace another hyperscaler, gaining higher performance and a low-latency remote direct memory access network for their AI training.
DHR Health is a hospital system founded in 1997 to help more than 1.5 million residents in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley region who had limited healthcare access due to a lack of public and county hospitals. With more than 580 beds, the full-service health system serves over 300,000 patients annually, employs more than 6,000, and offers a full continuum of care with more than 70 specialties and subspecialties. DHR Health has revolutionized the healthcare landscape of the Rio Grande Valley. They signed a 10-year extension and expansion with Oracle to consolidate systems under a unified Oracle Health platform, with the goal of continuing to improve efficiency, customer satisfaction, and patient outcomes.
The Murray-Calloway County Hospital in Kentucky had a fragmented IT footprint and needed to unify their technology under one electronic health record system. They chose Oracle Health, including PowerChart Oncology and CareAware Infusion Suite, providing patients with access to their health data through a unified patient portal. The system will also allow providers, clinicians, and the hospital’s billing office to access the data they need in one place.
The main provider of acute and specialist healthcare services in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust serves a population of around 470,000 people. They chose Oracle Health to provide an electronic health record system as a key component of their digital strategy.
One of Germany’s largest private medical groups, Sana Kliniken has nearly 35,000 employees providing orthopedics, cardiac care, oncology, and lab diagnostics. They chose Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, Oracle Fusion Analytics, and Oracle Process Automation for Fusion Applications to unify disparate HR systems, consolidate data, expedite employee onboarding, and better support employees.
One of New York State’s premier academic medical centers, Stony Brook University Hospital serves patients throughout Suffolk County on the eastern half of Long Island. The organization chose to renew and expand their suite of Oracle Health solutions, deploying the technology to more hospitals across their health system.
Community healthcare system Vail Health operates a 56-bed hospital and multiple clinics across the mountain communities of Colorado. To further improve their patient and staff experience, they chose to extend their Oracle Health technology footprint with the continued use of Oracle’s electronic health record, remote hosting, application management and upgrade services, analytics, and quality and regulatory alignment services.
With a family of 19 local brands serving 60 million customers a week, Ahold Delhaize is one of the world’s largest food retailers. The company runs some of their retail applications for the Dutch brand Albert Heijn on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, providing real-time stock insights from more than 7,600 stores. With OCI and its ability to interconnect with Microsoft Azure, Albert Heijn has a cost-effective and flexible infrastructure that takes full advantage of the cloud.
The world’s largest Islamic bank, Al Rajhi Bank is embarking on a massive transformation as part of their “un-bank the bank” strategy. To achieve the needed agility and scalability and also maintain reliability and security, Rajhi is adopting a hybrid cloud strategy to move their IT environment (including more than 450 applications) and their subsidiaries to the cloud. They selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as their hyperscaler platform of choice for all public cloud environments while also leveraging Oracle Cloud@Customer for their private cloud workloads. This unique approach allows them to host their sensitive bank data in a secure environment while also providing an intelligent, secure platform to accelerate all new initiatives, such as microfinance, customer 360, open banking, marketplace, and others.
The Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts oversees the management and operations of the state’s courts, including IT services. The organization wanted to leave their on-premises data center and move to a cloud provider capable of supporting the many third-party apps used in official communications. Needing strong security and high availability, they chose Oracle Exadata Database Service and increased performance, improved scalability, and optimized cost.
Founded in 1974, Italy's Cerved Group provides risk, credit, and marketing data analysis for more than 34,000 businesses and financial institutions. They wanted to migrate more than 1 petabyte of data to a multicloud configuration and chose Oracle Exadata Database Service for their databases. The company expects to gain better performance and easier scalability to keep up with business growth.
Founded in 1935, Community Choice Credit Union provides banking and financial services to more than 116,000 members across Michigan. They chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle Data Integration products, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Science to help them build better data models and improve fraud detection.
The German government, including the Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI), has entered into a framework agreement for Oracle to deliver world-class IT solutions and robust cloud services that provide enhanced security and agility and offer several options to address federal organizations’ data sovereignty requirements. A key facet of this collaboration is Oracle’s cooperation agreement with the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). This unique agreement between a cloud hyperscaler and the German government emphasizes IT security and the transparent, ongoing exchange of security-related information.
Injazat, a G42 company based in Abu Dhabi, is an industry-recognized leader in digital transformation, smart cities, and cybersecurity. Injazat is partnering with Oracle to create an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Dedicated Region within Injazat’s data centers. The facility will provide UAE federal government and Abu Dhabi local government entities access to Oracle Cloud Applications and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services in compliance with stringent regulatory requirements.
Targeting a full launch in 2024, Islamic Bank Australia aims to become Australia’s first bank with Shariah-compliant financial products and services. Using a cloud-only strategy, they chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run critical applications based on its security, performance, and cost-effectiveness. With OCI, IBA expects to maximize ROI by precisely aligning computing infrastructure use with workload demands, including capacity and performance.
JEA operates as a not-for-profit utility, delivering electric, water, and sewer services to the Jacksonville, Florida, community. They transitioned an on-premises Oracle Exadata system, which had reached its end of life, to Oracle Exadata Database Service. This strategic move improves operational speed, fortifies reliability, and bolsters data security while positioning JEA for financial savings over the next five years.
Founded with a mission to make the music industry work better for creators, Kobalt Music Group combines music services with innovative technology. For example, they offer an app that shows artists, songwriters, and rightsholders their income from across the world by work or right type. On average, they represent more than 40% of the top 100 songs and albums in the US and UK. Kobalt’s on-premises database wasn’t meeting their performance requirements, so they chose to move to Oracle Exadata Database Service to reduce costs and improve scalability.
A global manufacturer of tires and the publisher of the iconic Michelin travel guides, the Michelin Group operates 121 production sites and has a commercial presence in 175 countries. They chose to migrate their Oracle E-Business Suite ERP system to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, with support from Oracle Customer Success Services to improve their holding companies’ business operations and the efficiency of business processes.
A major non-banking finance company in India, Muthoot Fincorp services the financial needs of millions of customers. The organization used a private cloud platform, but rapid growth stressed back-office systems. To move critical systems to a public cloud, they chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for its simplicity, security, and performance, and they expect to lower their total cost of ownership by 30% to 40%.
An independent research organization overseen by Norway’s Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO) aims to improve food security, sustainable resource management, and innovation for the food, forestry, and other biobased industries. NIBIO relies on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to receive data from sensors used to map forests and to make that data easily accessible to end users making forest management decisions.
Comprising more than 30 companies, Oasis Investment Company is a conglomerate spanning construction, energy, healthcare, and other industries. They migrated Oracle E-Business Suite and other applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, reducing costs and helping them innovate faster.
Pacific International Lines (PIL), the largest homegrown carrier in Southeast Asia and ranked 12th among the world's top container shipping lines, is embarking on a transformative digital journey that includes the transfer of their IT infrastructure to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. This involves the migration of their large mission-critical work systems, such as their Liner Management System, which manages their core business. After evaluating several providers, PIL selected OCI for its superior cloud performance, simplified management, and strong security features.
Premier’s healthcare technology is leveraged by a network of 4,400 hospitals and health systems across the United States. The company’s products include a clinical surveillance technology that helps organizations improve clinical outcomes, lower costs, and strengthen regulatory compliance. To move this cloud-based solution out of their data center, the company chose to migrate the application to Oracle Autonomous Database.
Promata GmbH is an independent software vendor serving the automotive industry with software-as-a-service applications. Motul, a well-known lubricant maker, wanted an application to manage their advertising budgets, including planning and cost tracking across 35 European operations, and they worked with Promata to develop one. Using Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle APEX, and Oracle Data Safe, Promata’s developers created a secure, scalable, and efficient development environment that lets them create complex applications, such as the one for Motul, with little training time. Some of Promata’s other customers include Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, and Mazda.
QuickNode is a blockchain infrastructure provider offering APIs, developer tools, analytics, and other services. They chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure because it provides on-demand compute and flexible storage shapes to match their exact workload needs.
Working with more than 2,500 customers, SITA provides airlines, airports, and governments with technology solutions that power safer and more sustainable travel. In moving their Oracle E-Business Suite applications from on-premises to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the company has reduced costs and gained the flexibility to extend their infrastructure. In addition, Oracle Analytics Cloud means SITA has more robust business insights into their financial data to support better decision-making.
Founded in 1887 in a small Swedish village, Skanska is one of the world’s largest project development and construction companies. They are moving many of their databases from on-premises to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Using OCI, Skanska expects faster data processing and reporting, strengthened security, and improved data integration and business resilience.
With their industry-leading Open XDR platform, Stellar Cyber delivers a unified cybersecurity platform for cloud and on-premises IT security operations. For three years, Stellar Cyber has exclusively used Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for the development and deployment of their Open XDR platform, during a time of 300% year-over-year revenue growth. As a next step, they plan to incorporate Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse to help drive new features for their expansive cybersecurity functionality.
With more than 1,300 locations, Sundrug is a growing drugstore chain serving the Japanese market. The company’s on-premises data center struggled to keep up with their growth, leading them to explore a quick cloud migration for their VMware workloads. After evaluating multiple vendors, only Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offered migration without any changes to their existing operating system or database versions. OCI also offered a substantially lower total cost of ownership. OCI met Sundrug’s immediate requirements to migrate VMware workloads while allowing them to plan a cloud native move at their own pace.
The Western Cape Government provides services, facilities, and information to the citizens of South Africa’s Western Cape province. To accelerate their digital transformation initiatives, they chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as one of their cloud platforms to improve the performance, availability, and security of their digital government services.
With 628 shops across 37 countries, Yamamay is a fast-growing Italian-based producer and retailer of underwear, lingerie, sleepwear, and beachwear. They chose to move from on-premises hardware to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to reduce costs and energy consumption. Yamamay uses Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse and Oracle Analytics Cloud to give employees visibility into customer demand and insights into sustainability efforts across their supply chain. The company is exploring ways to extend this capability to begin offering customers visibility into sustainability using blockchain on OCI.
Al-Ayuni Investment and Contracting is one of the top contractor companies in Saudi Arabia and a leader in complex infrastructure projects, with core specialties in the construction of highways, roads, bridges, railways, public transportation, water supply pipelines and facilities, and tunnels. They designed a digital roadmap to embrace the best construction technology, adopting Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP as a backbone to improve business management. They aim to reach the highest level of functional integration and operations efficiency.
One of America’s largest grocery and drugstore chains, Albertsons Companies operates stores across 35 states and the District of Columbia, including Albertsons, Kings, Safeway, and Vons. An existing Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and HCM user, they went live recently with Oracle Fusion Cloud Benefits, giving them benefits capabilities that meet their unique requirements and help attract and retain talent.
Retail brand franchise operator Alshaya Group operates 4,000 stores, restaurants, and coffee shops across the Middle East and North Africa, Turkey, and Kazakhstan, including well-known brands such as Starbucks, H&M, The Cheesecake Factory, and Shake Shack. They chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and Oracle Fusion Analytics to gain better insight into operations and improve financial reporting capabilities.
With offices on three continents, Arcesium is a global financial technology firm, delivering pre- and post-investment and enterprise data management solutions to some of the world’s most sophisticated financial institutions. They selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP to help them automate record management, asset management, and business workflows.
BOC Aviation is a global aircraft operating leasing company that owns and manages a fleet of over 650 aircraft that fly with more than 90 airlines worldwide. They chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP and EPM and Oracle Fusion Analytics to run their core business functions on a common architecture with a single data model, enabling cross-functional reporting and offering strong integration capabilities with their legacy operations systems. The company also selected Oracle CPQ to automate the complex configure, price, and quote process and to improve aircraft lease collections with enhanced accuracy.
CLP is one of Asia Pacific’s largest utilities and has operations across Hong Kong, Mainland China, Australia, and India as well as Taiwan and Thailand. As part of their business transformation, CLP wanted to move to a cloud native solution and chose multiple Oracle Cloud applications, tapping into Oracle’s offering of a comprehensive suite of solutions. This move is a significant step toward achieving CLP’s goal of being a technology-enabled provider of sustainable energy solutions.
Daiwa Securities Group is one of Japan’s leading financial groups, with a 120-year history, a presence in 24 countries, and more than ¥74 trillion in assets under custody of Daiwa Securities Co Ltd. With 15,000 employees, a pillar of Daiwa Securities Group’s philosophy is valuing human resources. They introduced a new talent management system leveraging Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM to help them visualize the skills, abilities, experience, and expertise of their employees.
Serving 7.5 million people across Canada, Desjardins is North America’s largest financial service cooperative, encompassing 210 credit unions. To replace siloed custom applications, the company chose Oracle Financial Services along with services from Oracle Customer Success Services.
Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority (DIEZ) was established in 2021 to consolidate and integrate the products and services of Dubai Airport Free Zone, Dubai Silicon Oasis, and Dubai CommerCity. Home to more than 5,000 companies from across 20 industries, DIEZ is at the heart of Dubai’s economic success. DIEZ has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM as the most complete solution, providing a single user experience and data model and offering seamless processes with Al-embedded infrastructure. Oracle Cloud HCM enables efficient and effective planning, management, and optimization processes to enhance and enrich the employee experience. As DIEZ continues to evolve and expand, their HR system is ready to accommodate change seamlessly and securely.
Emarat, with headquarters in Dubai, is a retailer and distributor of petroleum products to millions of customers in the UAE through a network of service stations. In addition, Emarat owns and operates fuel depot storage facilities in the UAE, operates a truck fleet, owns a natural gas pipeline network in the northern emirates, owns and operates a bottling plant for liquified petroleum gas, and provides aviation fuel at Dubai airports. They chose Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, HCM, and SCM to help them automate processes, access real-time analytics, and have better visibility into finances and supply chain operations.
Founded in 1999, First Solar provides high performance, lower-carbon solar technologies and has the largest solar manufacturing capacity in the Western Hemisphere. The company recently went live with Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications, including ERP, HCM, and SCM, to replace a number of disconnected back-office applications.
Insomnia Coffee Company, an Irish-owned coffee shop chain with more than 150 owned and franchised coffee shops and more than 600 self-service units across Ireland and the UK, has selected the Oracle MICROS Simphony Cloud point-of-sale system to gain a holistic view of their coffee shop operations and support their sustainability efforts.
Johnson Controls is a world leader in smart buildings, creating safe, healthy, and sustainable spaces. This past quarter, the company’s North America business had their initial go-live on a project to implement Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, SCM, Sales, Service, and Configure, Price, Quote. The go-live is part of a transformation across Johnson Controls’ business units that spans back-office and customer-facing processes. Around the world, the company has more than 100,000 employees and 2,000 locations.
A leading global education company, McGraw Hill provides trusted content, flexible tools, and powerful digital platforms to educators, students, and professionals worldwide. To exit their data centers, the company is migrating to Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service, Oracle Cloud VMware Solution, and Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, EPM, and Product Hub Cloud Service. They expect to solidify their back-office operations, spend less time on data center management, and reduce infrastructure costs.
Operating a fleet of more than 3,200 public buses across Saudi Arabia and beyond, the Saudi Public Transport Company (SAPTCO) had little visibility into their operations, making it hard to effectively analyze passenger and employee data. They selected Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, HCM, and SCM and Oracle Fusion Analytics, moving their operations onto an integrated platform with a consistent user experience. With the move, SAPTCO expects to improve planning, budgeting, and forecasting while also cutting costs and taking better care of customers as well as employees.
Established in 2005, the Transmission Company of Nigeria provides electricity to 10 regions across Nigeria, including Lagos and the capital, Abuja. The utility selected Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM and EPM to increase productivity and improve the efficiency of financial reporting while supporting further integration as the company expands.
Founded in 1887, William Grant & Sons is a family-owned distillery that includes renowned spirit brands such as Glenfiddich Scotch and Hendrick’s Gin. The company selected Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM to handle much of their back-office financial planning. Oracle Cloud Lift Services supported the implementation.