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An expanded list of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services has attained FedRAMP approval, making more cloud services available to customers in the civilian, defense, and intelligence community.

'Oracle is committed to providing our government customers with innovative cloud services that modernize both services and infrastructure, and deliver the highest security features available,' says Rand Waldron, vice president, Global Government Sector, Oracle. 'Government agencies can confidently leverage our FedRAMP Authorized cloud services to meet their mission needs, knowing that we have taken extensive measures to protect their technology, processes, and people.'

Collaboration with shippers, carriers, and transportation intermediaries will create scheduling standards that enable more automation and accuracy across the freight industry

Logistics is a team sport. Moving products from suppliers to the production line, warehouses, retailers, and the end customer takes a lot of coordination that goes way beyond just adding technology. For example, even with advanced transportation management and online freight brokerage services, booking transportation often requires making a phone call, or sending an email. These tedious manual processes significantly impact efficiency and introduce human error to logistics processes.

Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM scores highest in current offering category of HCM vendor report

Oracle has been recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Human Capital Management, Q2 2023. The report, published by Forrester Research in May 2023, evaluated 11 vendors based on 28 criteria across three categories: current offering, strategy and market presence. Of the 11 cloud HCM providers recognized, Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) was one of only three Leaders and received the highest score in the current offering category.

Restaurant chain transforms its diner loyalty reward program with Oracle CrowdTwist to better engage customers with exciting new offers

Famous for its creative appetizers and Big Ribs, restaurant chain TGI Fridays has ordered up Oracle CrowdTwist loyalty and engagement to power its new bigger, better Fridays Rewards program launched this month. With CrowdTwist supporting almost 300 Fridays locations across the US, diners can quickly join via the all-new Fridays mobile app, website, or at a restaurant. Rewards can then easily be redeemed for free food, whether patrons dine-in, order online, or get it to-go, making it even easier to experience 'that Fridays feeling.'

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