Today, over 500 public sector organisations take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings of Oracle Cloud to engage with constituents, modernise public services and drive efficiencies.
Oracle offers a comprehensive and integrated suite of cloud applications and related platform, data and infrastructure services to meet the unique security and compliance requirements of the public sector.
This includes a Government hosting environment dedicated for use by public sector customers wanting to retain their data and support within the UK.
No matter what size your organisation, Oracle has the #1 cloud to fit your needs.
As you modernise operations and enhance services, Oracle's complete cloud solutions enable you to become more responsive, efficient, and accountable.
Oracle supports local government to deliver vital services, optimising efficiencies and revenue generation through collaborative, flexible cloud solutions.
Oracle Healthcare Cloud solutions meet the complex needs of healthcare payer and provider organizations and their patients.
Oracle Higher Education Cloud enables institutions to digitally transform their business, drive efficiency in the back office and deliver improved student satisfaction and success using true cloud software.
The public sector is changing - it is no longer about "why" move to cloud, but "when" and "how" best to do so. Discover strategies you can adopt to meet the challenges you face in your own organisation.
There's cloud solutions for business planning, financial management and reporting through to recruitment, talent management, succession planning and payroll.
“Oracle Cloud allows Kent County Council to be more flexible in a challenging environment where the ability to rapidly change their service offering is essential to their success.”
“David Wilkin, Chief Financial Officer of Birmingham City University speaks about an ambitious strategic plan to transform the prospects of individuals, organizations, and society through excellence in practice-based education.”
“Moving our finance, planning, HR, and procurement activities to the Oracle Cloud gets us closer to our cloud IT strategy to deliver fewer, more agile, flexibly-integrated systems, enabling single-truth business intelligence. We chose Oracle Cloud for its breadth, depth, and commitment to the higher education sector.”
— Ajay Burlingham-Böhr, Chief Information Officer, Birmingham City University
“With Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud, we have improved our entire recruitment and onboarding processes for hiring managers, the recruitment team, and candidates. We have streamlined our procedures, improved reporting, and reduced costs and time to hire.”
— Vik Kapoor, Payroll, Pensions, Recruitment & MI Manager, Brent Council
“The University of Birmingham is an early adopter of Oracle Cloud within the higher education industry. We feel the move to the cloud for our financial and HR processes will provide better visibility into our business as well as a significant reduction in costs for our back office systems.”
— Tim Fuery, New Core, University of Birmingham
“We chose Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud and Enterprise Resource Planning Cloud because they are future proof and have significantly improved our staff’s user experience. Our Oracle Cloud solutions have proved to be a great success, reducing risk of system failure, boosting our use of mobile technology, replacing old legacy interfaces, and saving money.”
— Paul Layland, Finance Director, Office for National Statistics
“I am really proud to lead the transformation of WMPs internal customer experience. Oracle Service Cloud has significantly changed the way we work by enabling us to streamline our customer journey. We are able to now provide a 24/7 service from a single internal portal. Our Shared Services Team has made great strides correctly aligning with business requirements to deliver a first contact resolution service with SLAs. The solution will drive cost savings by reducing avoidable contacts, empowering support professionals, and automating processes and workloads.”
— Dean Sweet, Assistant Director Shared Services, West Midlands Police