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Week of May 17, 2021

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure helps Specialized Bicycle Components amid surging consumer demand. Lyft changes finance systems to fuel its growth engine. New analytics help people get more out of data. And a developer in Egypt builds an Oracle APEX app so students get their certificates a lot faster.
“[OCI] gives us a high-availability, fault-tolerant environment where we can process sales transactions from consumers through our website, while at the same time update our inventories, production and delivery schedules, and accounts receivables on the back end.”
Tommy Pham, Senior Manager, Database Cloud Platform, Specialized Bicycle Components
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Breaking away
Specialized Bicycle Components was pedaling hard to keep up with high demand for bikes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure gave the company the power it needed.
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Lyft’s ambition
As it grew from startup to public company processing billions of transactions annually, Lyft needed new finance systems that could support growth, close financial books fast, and get information into the hands of decision-makers more quickly.
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Send in the clouds
Oracle opens its second cloud region in Brazil, improving latency, disaster recovery, data sovereignty, and multicloud support—particularly Microsoft Azure connectivity—for enterprises doing business in the most populous country in Latin America.
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Analytics advance
Oracle Analytics Cloud gains new capabilities to help organizations get more value from data, including new ways to transform and prepare data and to model data with relationships, hierarchies, and metrics.
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Developer win
Hesham Abu Elenain, a developer in Egypt, used Oracle APEX to get certificates to students one minute after they complete training workshops, rather than 37 hours later. It’s the first in our Oracle APEX App Creator Spotlight series.
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