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No one could have predicted how the year would unfold - what impact it would have on marketers and what our new definition of 'normal' would look like

"As we approach the post-pandemic world of marketing, loyalty takes center stage as brands shift their strategies to focus on customer retention, reengagement, and defining what's next.

We are honored to have been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Loyalty Solutions, Q2 2021. Of the 14 loyalty solution providers recognized, Oracle was named a Leader and received the highest possible scores in the criteria of loyalty management, integration and partnerships, and global support and deployment. You can view the full the report here..."

Sandesh Rao has always been focused on solving complex problems

"He's an Oracle Vice President for AIOps and Machine Learning for Oracle Autonomous Database, and he's also one of the most dynamic personalities you'll meet mixing with Oracle's customers and database development communities.

Sandesh's team builds advanced tools to automate systems throughout the stack supporting Oracle Autonomous Database -- tools that fix problems before the customer even knows there was a problem in the first place. That's where AI really comes in handy. He loves this stuff..."

Moving to the cloud can be overwhelming. When deciding whether to upgrade existing on-premises systems or make the leap to the cloud, many of our customers have similar questions: How can we migrate all of our data? How can we reduce cost and complexity? How can we do it quickly?

"In addition to working with our large partner ecosystem, Oracle works directly with customers to accelerate migrations to the cloud via Oracle Consulting. I'm happy to announce that more than 400 Oracle customers have enthusiastically embraced Oracle SOAR, a directed and automated step-by-step path to the cloud. With Soar, these companies are able to reduce the time and cost of their cloud migration by up to 30 percent.

The customers I work with often tell me they recognize the benefits of moving their business processes to the cloud, but worry that the transition will be overwhelming, full of headache-inducing costs and challenges..."

Healthcare industry giant streamlines HR and improves the employee experience for its 220,000+ workforce with Oracle Cloud HCM

"Kaiser Permanente partnered with Oracle to modernize its business processes with Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to deliver intuitive employee experiences, simplify complex HR processes, and meet the health and safety needs of its workforce.

Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare providers in the US with 39 hospitals, more than 700 medical offices, and 12.4 million members. Committed to providing excellent experiences to both patients and employees, Kaiser Permanente wanted to improve its ability to deliver personalized, digital experiences for its workforce. Kaiser Permanente rolled out Oracle Cloud HCM across its organization and was able to streamline crucial HCM systems while facing the significant business and talent management challenges that come with managing teams of essential workers during a global pandemic..."

Beyond the industry buzz around Oracle's groundbreaking Exadata Cloud@Customer service are hundreds of companies, big and small, that are finding it the obvious solution for bringing cloud innovation into their data centers

"As the benefits of cloud become ever more obvious, many businesses have felt held back by security and regulatory concerns from tapping the cloud's savings, flexibility, and innovation. Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer unleashes them. Here are three examples.

The IT team at McMaster University, which enrolls more than 31,000 students, was determined to get the elastic scalability benefits of cloud while keeping control of their data on-premises. 'The ability to scale up or down is great for the campus lifecycle calendar,' says Kevin de Kock, the school's director of enterprise applications and data systems, because students research, register for classes, and make changes in brief bursts of activity only a few times a year. De Kock's team supports Oracle's PeopleSoft Campus Solutions among other enterprise applications for students and staff of the university, located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada..."

Cypriot life insurer chooses Oracle Insurance to drive operational efficiencies and provide more streamlined services to customers

"Hellenic Life, the life insurance subsidiary of Hellenic Bank Group, one of the largest banking and financial institutions in Cyprus, has selected Oracle Financial Services solutions to help improve operational efficiency and customer experience. Running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle's Insurance Policy Administration (OIPA), Oracle Insurance Customer Communication Management (Documaker), and Oracle NetSuite will help give the insurer the agility to make decisions on policies more quickly and provide better visibility across its operations..."

I'm excited to announce the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Release 5. This release has been in the making for over a year and represents major breakthroughs in monitoring and management automation for Oracle environments

"Read on to learn what we are doing to help you manage migrations with confidence, lower complexity and risk in managing large hybrid cloud deployments of Oracle technologies and finally, how we do all this by offering extensibility, increased industry compliance standards support, and platform resiliency.

Oracle Enterprise Manager is our flagship management product for the Oracle stack. Tens of thousands of customers rely on Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) every day for their business and mission-critical applications. Many of our customers and partners have offered support for this release, some of whom provided quotes that I am happy to share below. So many of our customers use EM because of its core capabilities that can't be found in any other technology for managing Oracle infrastructure across various deployment models..."

Oracle is reinventing its GoldenGate real-time replication capability as a managed cloud service running in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) that is designed to provide event-based integration of operational and analytic databases, regardless of where they run

"Oracle has taken another step in rounding out its cloud managed services portfolio by adding its GoldenGate data integration service to the mix. The OCI GoldenGate service is a serverless offering that runs on the Oracle Cloud, providing an event-based approach to integrating operational and analytic databases between on-premises data centers and any public, private, or hybrid clouds.

GoldenGate, which has been typically employed with change-data-capture feeds for keeping different instances of databases across data centers or geographic locations in sync, has often been used for disaster recovery use cases with remote hot sites. While Oracle still supports that use case, with the managed cloud service, Oracle is broadening the focus to integrate data across on-premises and one (or more) public clouds under a common umbrella..."

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