Oracle has revamped its startup accelerator program. With the Oracle for Startups program, participants will get free cloud credits, discounts, mentorship opportunities and access to Oracle’s vast partner ecosystem and customer base.
As the volume of finance-related data collected and analyzed climbs to unprecedented levels, the task of managing, understanding, and reporting on that data has become too detailed and large for humans to handle on their own.
In a recent LinkedIn post, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd suggested businesses could dramatically improve their customer service by taking advantage of AI to handle basic support queries. He highlighted AI’s ability to master repetitive support processes and provide instant responses, which frees support staff to strengthen customer relationships by tackling more complicated problems.
You don’t have to look far to find an expert in customer service—we’re all experts because we’re all consumers. That’s always been true, but the difference now is that consumer expectations have gone through the roof.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd spoke with reporters from around the world at the company’s headquarters in Redwood Shores, California. Hurd discussed Oracle’s strategy for gaining market share from its competitors and noted that mid-market businesses are migrating from their legacy data center infrastructures to the cloud, allowing Oracle’s NetSuite business to grow.
At NetSuite’s annual SuiteWorld conference Oracle CEO Mark Hurd explained the benefits of migrating NetSuite’s software onto Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), including Oracle Autonomous Database.
Oracle’s Class Of program has helped the company reach #9 on LinkedIn’s 2019 Top Companies list, an annual ranking of the top 50 companies where Americans want to work. In his April article, LinkedIn’s Senior Editor At Large George Anders covered the day-to-day life of Class Of participants and how the training program accelerates their […]
In a LinkedIn post published this April, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd states that businesses need to shift away from approaching technology spending with a defensive mindset. Unlike consumers, who spend aggressively on new technology, businesses have traditionally focused on maintaining, integrating, and protecting legacy systems.
In a recent LinkedIn post, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd states that U.S. higher education model needs disruption or it will break. He makes the case that despite a tradition of top performance, the current system exhausts family budgets and negatively impacts the long-term health of the U.S. economy.