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Cascades West Council of Governments and Community Services Consortium leverage NetSuite to increase efficiency and improve resource allocation

Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments and Community Services Consortium are using Oracle NetSuite for Government to improve the efficiency of their operations. With the offering, the Oregon non-profits can simplify and streamline accounting processes to enhance reporting and decision making and better allocate resources to essential community services.

Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Experience (CX) scores highest in current offering category in B2B Customer Data Platforms Analyst Report

Oracle has been recognized as the Leader in The Forrester Wave: B2B Customer Data Platforms, Q4 2023. The report recognized Oracle Unity Customer Data Platform (CDP), part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Marketing, as the Leader with the highest score in the current offering category. The Forrester Wave included eight customer data platform (CDP) vendors and evaluated them on 29 criteria that analyzed current offerings, vendor strategies, and market presence.

Oracle recognized for AI automation, value delivered, and data orchestration

Oracle has been recognized as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: U.S. Electronic Health Record (EHR) 2023-2024 Vendor Assessment1. According to the report, healthcare organizations should 'Consider Oracle if you are an acute or ambulatory care organization looking for an EHR with innovative and powerful AI automation backed by the technological prowess of Oracle's OCI and data management capabilities.'

More than 16 new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services and features have attained FedRAMP approval, bringing enhanced AI, DevOps, and security capabilities to federal agencies and partners. In total, customers can now benefit from 93 FedRAMP authorized services available in Oracle's U.S. government regions.

'Adding these new services to our U.S. government cloud underscores our commitment to providing our government customers with comprehensive cloud services, and we will continue to use feedback from our customers to build new innovative solutions,' said Rand Waldron, vice president, Global Government Sector, Oracle. 'Moreover, government agencies and the companies that support them can always use our government cloud regions at the same globally consistent price as our public cloud, enabling them to spend more of their resources on core mission needs.'

The newly approved services include: OCI DevOps Service, OCI Data Labeling, OCI AI Vision, OCI AI Forecasting, OCI AI Speech to Text, OCI AI Language, OCI Web Application Firewall, OCI Network Firewall, Oracle Data Safe, Oracle NoSQL Database Cloud Service, Oracle Content Management, Visual Builder Cloud Service, Application Performance Monitoring, Ksplice, License Manager, and Oracle Big Data Service.

Baptist Health Care, Springfield Clinic, Stamford Health, and the University of Chicago Medicine move business applications to the cloud

Leading healthcare organizations are implementing Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to help increase productivity, reduce costs, and enhance the experience they deliver to employees and patients. Baptist Health Care, Springfield Clinic, Stamford Health, and the University of Chicago Medicine have recently moved to Oracle Fusion Applications for finance, supply chain, HR, and customer experience to streamline operations in the cloud.

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