Oracle is a cloud technology company providing organizations around the world with computing infrastructure and software. Known for innovative solutions, Oracle unlocks efficiencies and effectiveness across a broad range of sectors. It has the distinction of having created the world's first and only autonomous database, a tool that organizes and secures customer data. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a crucial part of the company's offerings, boasting high performance, security, and cost savings.
Oracle has a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. Through these solutions, they provide tools for managing Spark, Hadoop, Elasticsearch, and Kafka-compatible services. The company's platform boasts best-in-class data warehouse and data management services, enabling customers to gain new insights across all their data.
In its corporate culture, Oracle values teamwork, quality, and collaboration. Employees are encouraged to develop skills and achieve success, with an emphasis on investing in individuals for the long term. The company's name has changed since its founding by engineers Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates. What started as Software Development Laboratories in Santa Clara, California, changed to Oracle Corporation from the earlier Relational Software Inc.
Oracle is best known for its software products and services, including Java. The company's four main segments include cloud and license, hardware, and services. They sell cloud-engineering services and systems, along with database management systems. Oracle has been involved in significant industry developments and controversies, including a longstanding dispute with Google over alleged copyright infringement related to Java code in the Android operating system.
According to estimates, Oracle has around 203,000 employees worldwide. The company operates in a diverse range of sectors within the information technology and services industry. Its comprehensive portfolio encapsulates offerings in recruiting, networking, social recruiting, internet marketing, enterprise software, business intelligence, server and storage systems, solutions for the communications industry, ERP, CRM, and more.
Our goal is to demonstrate to Oracle how our SaaS solution can address specific pain points they’re currently facing regarding (1) compatibility of products with key industry systems, (2) employee development and retention, (3) protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, and (4) differentiation of offerings in a highly competitive market.
Our actions will be focusing on demonstrating how our service addresses Oracle's key pain points:
Track Oracle's trial usage and engagement, soliciting feedback whenever possible to identify potential roadblocks and adjust the course of action accordingly.
Once Oracle feels satisfied with the trial, move towards finalizing the deal. Ensure that the implementation process is smooth, and offer assistance as Oracle adapts to utilizing our product.
(Note: Conduct this plan in compliance with Oracle's procurement process and guidelines, dedicating enough time to cultivate relationships with decision makers.)