Oracle India said enterprises such as Airtel Learning, Apollo Hospitals, Jabong.com, Intel, Aditya Birla Management Company, Maruti Motors, Hero MotoCorp, BigTree Entertainment, Sonata Software, Myntra.com, Kalpataru, NetApp India, Adobe Systems, Haier, Thomas Cook, Nature’s Feast, Sudhir Gensets, etc. use Oracle Cloud.
Indian enterprises from diverse fields including e-commerce, healthcare, manufacturing, telecom, IT/ITeS, real estate, foods & beverages and media are using Oracle Cloud for business applications such as talent management, recruiting, modern HR, sales automation, customer service, modern marketing, product development, as well as modernizing finance and back-office functions.
The demand for Oracle cloud reflects the recent Forbes survey. According to Forbes, two-thirds of Indian enterprise CIO’s are expecting the majority of their information technologies to run on the cloud by 2015.
Oracle PartnerNetwork members in India include Wipro, Accenture, Cap Gemini, Cognizant, L&T Infotech, HCL Technologies, CCS, Virtuos, Hexaware, MarketOne, are some partners who will work with Oracle to remarket and implement Oracle Cloud solutions. More than 80 percent of Oracle’s business is generated through partners.
“Oracle Cloud continues to show strong adoption the world over, supporting 9 million users and 19 billion transactions each day, running on 7,000 servers and 200 petabytes of storage in 13 Oracle data centers around the world,” said Mark Hurd, president, Oracle, at the CloudWorld in New Delhi, India.
The company on Wednesday introduced 10 new Oracle Cloud services for its customers and partners in India. The new services expand Oracle’s comprehensive portfolio of application, social, platform and infrastructure services.
Oracle also launched Oracle Cloud Marketplace, where partners can publish applications and customers can browse through and discover new solutions to address their business needs.
At the Oracle CloudWorld, J Satyanarayana, secretary, Department of Electronics and IT; Sangita Reddy, executive director, Operations, Apollo Hospitals Group; Subramaniam (Mani) Arumugam, head – Global HR Shared Services – Network Services Group, Bharti Airtel; Vijay Sethi, CIO of
Hero MotoCorp; Venkata Rao, CIO, Godfrey Phillips India, etc. were some of the main speakers.