Group 3 Project
Oracle adheres to three principles: Simplify - speed information delivery with integrated systems and a single database; Standardize - reduce cost and maintenance cycles with open, easily available components; Automate - improve operational efficiency with technology and best practices. Oracle focuses on engineering software and hardware to work together to make it easier to address difficult business processes by eliminating IT(Information Technology) complexity. Oracle has also developed many software portfolios such as Oracle Cloud and Oracle Fusion Middleware. The Oracle Database is the world’s top enterprise database. They cater to more than 390,000 customers and have deployments in more than 145 countries across the world. Oracle provides its software in 63 different language-variations as well as giving developers the necessary tools to properly “Globalize” the software. Oracle is committed to using its technology and resources to support education, enhance life in communities, and protect the environment. The engineered systems eliminate performance bottlenecks in running business analytics, data processing, and general processor performance. Also, by integrating a hardware and software technology, "stack," customers can quickly launch appliances without the need for expensive integration and implementation costs. This strategy is unique to Oracle, compared to the services-led strategy sold by IBM. When companies are looking at their total cost of ownership, hardware and software licenses and support are only part of the calculation. The additional professional services, integration and internal support costs are significant and Oracle’s strategy addresses this effectively. Innovation and complexity are two critical topics on executives' minds. Innovation is what gives them a competitive edge; increased complexity is their greatest challenge. Complexity keeps organizations tied to systems that aren't as effective...
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