A new CRM, based on Oracle CX, is helping the Italian supercar company stay in touch with high-profile, high net worth customers worldwide and the dealerships who serve them.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Will Oracle take full responsibility for customer data in its autonomous cloud?
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage yesterday to say that ‘it’s on Oracle’ and the autonomous database to protect data, not the customer.
The State of Texas has over 115,000 employees using the PeopleSoft ERP system on Oracle Cloud, with over $92 billion going through the system.
Oracle will showcase customers that are living in change and finding new opportunities to succeed. We discuss this with Steve Miranda.
For its CERN Open Days event this past weekend, the particle physics laboratory was able to provide guests with a digital app developed using Oracle cloud technologies, to help them make the most of their visit
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Larry Ellison makes compelling autonomous pitch for buyers grappling with complexity
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage for the first of his two keynotes to talk up all things autonomous. And, of course, do a bit of AWS-bashing.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success
Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?
JDA CEO Girish Rishi on supply chain management's rise to become a CEO-level agenda item.
Enterprise hits and misses - the fall event season kicks into high gear, but buyer uncertainty lingers
This week - fall event season kicks into overdrive. But: the macro-economic picture leads us to where vendors don't want to go: buyer uncertainty. Hadoop dies and is reborn (kind of), I score a self-whiff, and apologize to Eddie Money.
Boris Johnson's Incredible Hulk posturing is ridiculous; the prospect of a No Deal Brexit is no laughing matter for the tech sector.