Reducing costs, mitigating uncertainty, and assuring outcomes with enterprise project portfolio management.
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Oracle Construction and Engineering
Is your organization ready for the future of projects? The pace of change is accelerating as economics, demographics, and technology transform the world. We all are watching closely as new business models emerge, driven by a shared economy, mobility, and digitization.
To help you anticipate and navigate the future, the Construction and Engineering (formerly Primavera) program provides insights into the transformative innovations that drive change. Educational sessions led by thought leaders from multiple industries showcase success stories of business transformation driven by digitization. Particular emphasis will be placed on sharing ideas that help organizations:
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The Construction and Engineering program brings together peers from a range of industries to explore best practices and innovations in project delivery and to share their own stories of successful business transformation.
Mike Sicilia is senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Construction and Engineering, which focuses on enterprise project portfolio management solutions for project-intensive industries.
Prior to coming to Oracle, Sicilia worked at Primavera, joining the development department in 1993, where he worked as a programmer on the company’s flagship products. In 2000 he was promoted to director of technical services in the professional services organization.
Working with enterprise customers, Sicilia led a team that helped to design and develop comprehensive integrations between various corporate systems and Primavera products.
After gaining firsthand knowledge of enterprise customer implementations, Sicilia became the director of technology in 2006 and shortly after was named Primavera’s chief technology officer. As CTO, he set the technology direction for products and managed the global development team. He led the technical and product presentations and diligence team that worked through Oracle’s acquisition of Primavera in 2008.
Sicilia joined Oracle as part of the Primavera acquisition, and was named senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Construction and Engineering in 2011.
Oracle Primavera Global Business Unit became Oracle Construction and Engineering Global Business Unit in 2016 following the acquisition of Textura, a leading provider of construction contracts and payment management cloud services.