Oracle are making strides in Cloud Analytics innovation, and are recognized as a market leader by independent analyst firms for cloud-based solutions, which are an integral part of the success of thousands of businesses worldwide. Each journey is different, but regardless of which path a company takes to the cloud, Oracle offer solutions to help meet their goals. New projects are straightforward, and large complex deployments can be migrated efficiently and successfully.
Once in the cloud, instead of spending critical resources on operations, companies can focus on what really matters – unlocking business agility and innovation across the full spectrum of your analytics needs. In-depth analysis typically comes at a steep cost of both people and time. Oracle’s goal is to reduce those costs for its customers by using machine learning and adaptive intelligence to power an autonomous experience that helps extend expertise.
Autonomous Analytics Powers All Actions to Be Data-Driven. Three primary design objectives guide Oracle’s autonomous analytics strategy:
- Expanding Insight Consumption
- Empowering Deeper Insights
- Accelerating Time to Action
To put this into context from a Vertice perspective, throughout 2018, Oracle Partners and product teams continuously engage with customers such as An Post, Abbey International Finance, and iCabbi through existing relationships to expand the use of products, and optimise customer experience and engagement. In this instance the taxi dispatch specialist, iCabbi took home an award for its rapid deployment of Oracle Analytics Cloud.
With the assistance of Oracle Platinum partner Vertice, they deliver on-demand analytics to their customers, transforming taxi companies and other businesses in ground transportation into more data-driven organizations. As they scale the business and the amount of data increases, they can utilize other product within the suite, such as big data. This journey towards being a data-driven enterprise has made iCabbi confident that they made the right decision with an Oracle Investment
Analytics is about asking questions and getting answers. Oracle and it’s Partners are committed to an active and open dialogue with all members of the analytics community, whether they are a long-term customer or new to Oracle and just seeing what is on offer.