Oracle held its annual Modern Business Experience conference in Las Vegas. The three-day event, which ran from March 19 through March 21, featured 303 sessions presented by 525 speakers.
Tens of thousands of Oracle customers make a yearly visit to San Francisco for the annual Oracle OpenWorld conference, and millions more around the world have joined online. In 2019, Oracle is holding three additional Oracle OpenWorld events — in Europe, the Middle East, and
Oracle Cloud Day is a global event series providing Oracle customers and consultants with educational, networking, and hands-on training opportunities around Oracle Cloud products. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd attended Oracle Cloud Day in New York for an interview with Bloomberg executive editor Tom Giles.
Oracle products have earned praise from market research firm Gartner for several years, and this trend continued in 2018. Oracle ERP Cloud was the only system to be positioned in the “Leaders” quadrant in Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Midsize Enterprises.
An early evangelist for the value of artificial intelligence, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has highlighted the benefit of integrating AI into business applications for years. In his December 2018 LinkedIn Influencer post, Hurd added blockchain to the roster of technologies he predicts will be integrated
In a December 2018 Wall Street Journal article, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd described the benefits of suite-based cloud applications, noting how multiple business functions, such as finance, customer experience, and supply chains, can benefit by sharing data across applications without expensive or complicated customizations.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicts developments in artificial intelligence (AI) will improve employee performance and the workforce experience and lead to the creation of new jobs, career training, and lifelong learning.
Finding good employees—and even more important, retaining them—are critical to your success. Excessive employee turnover can negatively impact morale and the bottom line.
A recent Oracle Modern Finance Leader blog post makes the case that chief financial officers (CFOs) need to become IT decision makers, so the CFOs traditional role of savvy financial manager shifts with new responsibilities around business-focused technology know-how.
Today’s consumers have the ability to review, compare prices, and purchase nearly any product at any time. This shift in the balance of power makes it more important than ever for companies to focus on customer experience.