The buzz over Platform as a Service (PaaS) is loud—and will only get louder. According to research company IDC, the market for PaaS solutions will increase by 30 percent annually to reach $14 billion by 2017. PaaS has quickly evolved into a standard for building agile, low-cost IT infrastructures, and if you are in IT, that’s cause for excitement.
To provide sales teams with the modern processes, tools, resources and intelligence required to increase revenue, Oracle today announced significant updates to the Oracle Sales Cloud. Part of Oracle Applications Cloud Release 10, the latest release of Oracle Sales Cloud helps organizations increase sales and drive efficiencies through a simplified user experience that delivers enhanced analytics, partner relationship management and industry-specific solutions.
igital capabilities and functionality are impacting every aspect of the banking industry. While banking executives will need to prioritize digital investments, there may be no better place to start than with the new account opening process.
Oracle's march into the cloud continues to accelerate. Fundamentally, all of Oracle’s major on-premises applications will be available as a cloud service come Oracle OpenWorld next month making it the only vendor with a complete portfolio of SaaS apps.
Pinterest, which declined to share the total number of banks on its site, said the vertical has been dramatically growing on its platform in recent months. In 2015, the site has observed a 50% increase in financial services companies on Pinterest over the entire base of financial services companies previously.
"Oracle is committed to helping organizations rethink the sales process by providing sales professionals with a modern cloud solution that fits the specific needs of their business."
Kevin Charbonneau's insight:
Oracle just released its latest update of Oracle Sales Cloud, which is part of Oracle Applications Cloud Release 10. The update comes with industry-specific support for four industries -- including Retail Banking.
The financial industry is faced with real competitive challenges battling against each other and with further constraints coming from the regulatory landscape stopping innovation from developing in the pace that is desired, customer experience is key to stay afloat. To stay ahead of the game it is vital to embed a culture of customer centricity into your company and effectively train and reward your existing employees. Keeping existing clients happy and maximising the efficiency of internal proc
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The answer is give the customer choice, but at the same time re-engineer staff performance management to a level of consistency which exists in the best managed outlets today, using technology that helps this be sustained tomorrow.
Guide to Multichannel Marketing provides an overview of how banks and credit unions can better integrate digital marketing tools as part of their marketing efforts. With this report, financial marketers will be able to reduce marketing costs while improving overall marketing effectiveness.
Oracle’s fiscal fourth-quarter financial report showed that the company is well on its way to becoming the world's largest cloud vendor, with its platform-as-a-service business growing even faster than its software-as-a-service business.
Oracle’s cloud strategy is hitting its stride after a long, deliberative software development undertaking. Oracle spent 10 years rewriting its applications and middleware for the cloud, and doing it all in such a way that customers can build their own applications using the same industry-standard programming language—Java—that Oracle uses, on top of the world’s most widely deployed database.
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