Winners of the 2016 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Award at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco.
Jeff Henley, Oracle Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, and Jon Chorley, Oracle’s Chief Sustainability Officer, presented the 2016 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Awards to select customers at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. This award recognizes customers who are committed to making environmental issues a priority across the enterprise. This year’s award winners showcased unique ways to reduce costs and improve business efficiencies through innovative green practices using Oracle technology.
“We are inspired by the important work and great success achieved by Oracle customers committed to a sustainable future,” said Jon Chorley, Chief Sustainability Officer and Group Vice President of Product Strategy, Oracle. “These customers have implemented Oracle technologies in a way that improved business efficiencies, reduced costs, and ultimately supported their eco-transformation. We are honored to award these organizations and their partners with a 2016 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Award.”
Winners hail from a wide range of industries and regions. Several of the winning customers chose to include a partner who helped support their sustainability initiatives. The winning nominations were selected by a panel of 5 judges. 3 judges are from Oracle. The other 2 judges include Heli Helskyaho, CEO Miracle Finland Oy and Oracle ACE Director, and Susan Kolodziejczyk, Senior Manager of Sustainability at National Geographic.
The winning companies are:
The winning partners are: