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Expanding opportunities

Tackling economic inequality

Social purpose is woven into Oracle’s fabric. From creating new businesses and new employment opportunities, to improving education and training, Oracle is committed to tackling economic inequality at root. Our overriding vision is to help lower the unequal distribution of income and opportunity between different groups in society.

Business creation and growth

Oracle for Start-ups

Oracle for Startups offers growing companies access to the technology and business support they need to thrive, without taking equity. The program gives startups the opportunity to reach a new audience of enterprise customers, and Oracle and its customers the chance to tap into exciting new technologies.

Oracle for Startups provides free cloud credits, offering startups a 70% discount on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and access to migration support, mentorship, marketing exposure, and introductions to some of Oracle’s 430,000+ customers.

The program is supporting London-based Skin Analytics, for example, in the development of advanced image processing techniques to map, analyse, and manage skin lesions and provide an early warning of skin cancer. “Speed and accuracy are critical, and with partners like the NHS we must deliver the best performing solution in the most secure fashion,” says Neil Daly, CEO, Skin Analytics. “We’re getting all that and more on Oracle Cloud and with the Oracle for Startups program.”

Visit Oracle for Startups for more information.

Startups

Supplier diversity

Oracle’s commitment to working with small, diverse, high-quality suppliers is an important aspect of our procurement vision. The Oracle Supplier Diversity team endeavours, on a good-faith effort basis, to work with and develop small, minority, and women-owned businesses. The team is always looking for small and diverse suppliers that can deliver creative, high-quality products and services. Ultimately, our goal is to diversify our supplier base by encouraging these small and diverse suppliers to compete for business.

Suppliers

Adherence to the Prompt Payment Code

As a signatory to the Prompt Payment Code, Oracle UK is committed to paying suppliers on time, giving clear guidance to suppliers and encouraging good payment practice. Indeed, a recent Payment Practice Report confirms that Oracle suppliers are paid on average 22 days following receipt of invoice. A dedicated Procure-to-Pay Helpdesk is available to respond to supplier enquiries and Oracle regularly engages with suppliers to ensure adherence to contracts.

Payment Code

Employment and education

Internship Programme

The Oracle UK Internship Programme offers a growing number of students the opportunity to sharpen their skills and find their place in the professional world. Established in 2015, interns typically join Oracle for a year-long internship in our London, Reading or Cambridge offices. Their 12 months with us are filled with opportunities to network, learn new skills, attend training, take part in events, and much more.

Internship

Graduates programme

Oracle offers an array of consulting, technology, and design graduate roles to kick-start graduate careers in the industry. Successful candidates work on real projects, with real clients, all whilst being supported to gain as much as possible from the experience.

Graduates

Return to Work Programme

We hold two-day Return to Work events to help people re-launch their career in Oracle. Offering expert advice and career tips for every stage of a successful transition, from job search, to interview, to back in the boardroom. Attendees are coached by a diverse cross-section of recruiters, managers, and previous returners, who will help them build the essential skills they need to re-join the world of work with confidence and capability.

Return to work

Armed Forces Covenant

Oracle is proud to support those who serve. We actively support both the Soldiers’ Charity (Army Benevolent Fund) and Help for Heroes, with major fund-raising events in which our employees regularly participate in large teams and with pro bono technical support. In 2020, Oracle received the Ministry of Defence Employers Recognition Scheme Silver Award.

Armed Forces Covenant

Career Ready Festival

The Oracle Career Ready Festival helps students and graduates make the transition from college to corporate life, providing them with tips and advice for entering the world of work. Owing to the pandemic restrictions, the most recent Festival featured a highly successful two-day virtual event, filled with expert advice for every stage of the application process. Attendees were also able to learn from our current interns about their journey from student to graduate at Oracle.

Career Ready

Oracle Academy

Oracle Academy advances computing education to increase knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields. We engage with thousands of educational institutions and educators in more than 120 countries, helping millions of students become college and career ready.

The Academy provides candidates with a wide range of free teaching resources, including curriculum, classroom learning resources, software, cloud technology, practice environments, and much more.

Oracle Academy

Cyber-security

Managing cyber security risk

Oracle is the first cloud provider to deliver a dedicated, private dual-region cloud for use by the UK public sector and their authorised partners, fostering the superior management of information and improved service for UK citizens.

Oracle’s dual-region government cloud consists of two separate sites, connected by Oracle Cloud’s private high-speed network backbone. It allows public sector organisations to deploy cloud services in multiple independent regions for disaster recovery, while simultaneously offering hosting and storage of all transactional data in the region.

Designed in collaboration with multiple UK Government and Defence ministries, Oracle’s dual-region adheres to the security principles outlined by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), and is built upon the parameters necessary to store OFFICIAL SENSITIVE data.

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Security