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Oracle has announced new logistics capabilities to help organisations increase the efficiency of their global supply chains. The new features are available in Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain and Manufacturing, Oracle Transportation Management, and Oracle Global Trade Management. They will help customers reduce costs, improve accuracy, automate regulatory compliance, and enhance logistics flexibility.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

AWS has rightly cheered its continued recognition by Gartner as the leader in its annual magic quadrant research report for cloud infrastructure, but a deeper look shows the real news is the leaps and bounds Oracle is making.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

The United States Department of Defence has issued a contract for cloud services to all four of Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Oracle, with a shared ceiling of $US 9 billion, or $AUD 13.38 billion, following its previous challenges with the JEDI project.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 06 December 2022 08:19

Tan takes on APAC channels and alliances at NetApp

Data-centric software company NetApp has appointed Brenda Tan to the role of vice president of its APJ channels and partner organisation.

Published in People Moves

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has asked Oracle to pay more than US$23 million (A$35.7 million) to resolve charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 21 September 2022 02:01

Java 19 arrives

Java 19 increases developer productivity, improves the Java language, and enhances performance, stability and security, according to Oracle.

Published in Business Software

GUEST INTERVIEW: You don't need an oracle to help divine which is the world's best Java solution, and neither do many of the world's top-tier brands, whose modern cloud enterprises run on Azul's Java platform for good reason.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: You don't need an oracle to help divine which is the world's best Java solution, and neither do many of the world's top-tier brands, whose modern cloud enterprises run on Azul's Java platform for good reason.

Published in Business IT

Racing and Wagering Western Australia has switched from Oracle to Rimini Street for more responsive support and advanced security of its Oracle database and technology landscape—a move that will help the organisation achieve its plan to reduce reliance on Oracle.

Published in Deals

The University of Technology Sydney has migrated maintenance, support, and security management of its Oracle database and technology platforms from Oracle to Rimini Street.

Published in Deals
Monday, 22 August 2022 16:26

Raos runs NZ region for Commvault

Data services specialist Commvault has appointed Mark Raos to the role of New Zealand regional account executive.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 16 August 2022 15:54

Azul appoints Vaughan as APAC VP

Java specialist Azul has appointed Dean Vaughan to the role of Asia Pacific vice president.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 16 August 2022 10:38

Oracle NetSuite introduces referral program

Oracle NetSuite's SuiteReferral program rewards businesses that invite others to use the NetSuite business software.

Published in Business Software
Monday, 15 August 2022 11:51

Aspen Medical implements Oracle Cloud apps

Australian healthcare solutions provider Aspen Medical has worked with Oracle to consolidate its business processes across HR, finance, and projects in support of its work worldwide.

Published in Health

Cotton processing and marketing organisation Namoi Cotton has adopted Oracle’s OCI technology to help ramp up production and meet growing demand.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 02 August 2022 10:40

Confluent chooses Brar as APAC SVP

Data streaming platform operator Confluent has appointed Kamal Brar to the role of senior vice president for the APAC region.

Published in People Moves

COMPANY NEWS: WalkMe, a leading provider of digital adoption solutions, today announced the appointment of Scott Little as chief revenue officer, reporting to CEO and co-founder, Dan Adika. Little will lead WalkMe's overall go-to-market optimisation and expansion efforts to capitalise on digital adoption's US$34 billion ($49 billion) total addressable market as demand for WalkMe's enterprise-class digital adoption platform (DAP) grows.

Published in Company News

Manukau Institute of Technology has switched to enterprise software products and services provider Rimini Street to support its Oracle applications.

Published in Deals

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