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Texas Children's Hospital moves finance, HR, and supply chain processes to Oracle Cloud Applications to improve employee engagement, integrate and simplify processes, and increase adaptability

"Texas Children's Hospital, the largest children's hospital in North America, has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications to support its mission to provide world-class health care to children and women everywhere. By seamlessly integrating its finance, supply chain and human resource processes in the cloud, Texas Children's aims to improve employee engagement, integrate and simplify processes, and increase adaptability..."

U.S. Department of Defense and its industry partners can now tap the cloud-based solution to unite teams and deliver quality projects more efficiently

"Oracle Aconex for Defense has received Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate authorization. Now, U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) agencies and their delivery partners can use the solution to streamline construction project management.

Oracle Aconex for Defense is a high compliance security-approved instance of Oracle Aconex, a secure cloud-based platform that improves project collaboration by connecting teams and information in a common data environment (CDE). Oracle Aconex for Defense provides highly secure information management, reporting, and workflow automation to drive efficiency, visibility, and control across project processes..."


In the current environment, sales and digital commerce leaders from across industries are not just asking how to better connect sales and purchasing processes

"...they are also asking about how new approaches can give them a long-term competitive advantage.

The need to rethink existing approaches was underlined in our recent study with Denis Pombriant, a CRM analyst and founder and managing principal of Beagle Research Group, LLC. The study, 'Getting Past the Breaking Point,' found that traditional CRM systems are simply not working and are seen more as a burden than a resource. In fact, 66% of sellers would rather clean the bathroom or stand in line at the DMV than update their CRM system; it's no wonder something is broken..."


Oracle placed furthest for Completeness of Vision within the entire Magic Quadrant for the third year in a row

Oracle announced that it has been recognized as a Leader in the Gartner November 2020 'Magic Quadrant for Cloud HCM Suites for 1,000+ Employee Enterprises' report for the fifth consecutive year. The report evaluates vendors based on completeness of vision and ability to execute, and over the past three years Oracle maintained its position as the vendor placed furthest for completeness of vision. A complimentary copy of the report is available here.

'We believe our position as a Leader placed furthest for completeness of vision-for the third year in a row-recognizes Oracle Cloud HCM's commitment to both our customers and continued innovation for HR leaders around the world,' said Chris Leone, senior vice president of development, Oracle Cloud HCM. 'This year in particular has been incredibly tough on businesses across every industry. Oracle is proud to be a leader in helping HR navigate the new workplace and define what's next for their organizations.'


We are now the unquestioned leader in cloud ERP, as the principal analyst firms all have us leading in both innovation and market share

"To some, ERP may be the most complex software on earth, but it is the operational backbone for every mid-sized and large company, and it is the engine that will allow us to overtake the leaders in the market for front-office applications.

This back-office beachhead, combined with our unparalleled expertise in solving problems unique to every industry of consequence, will let us quickly assert our strength in the sales, marketing, and customer service functions that drive revenue growth and customer retention..."

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