Oracle India will focus on the public sector, manufacturing, edtech, and fintech.
At the recent Oracle India Partner Kickoff 2022, the company said it would work more closely with its partners and help its 15,000 customers in the country speed up their digitalization.
Oracle India’s regional managing director and senior vice president, Shailender Kumar, said, “Oracle India is on a massive growth drive.” Together with our partners, we offer an unmatched portfolio of cloud solutions for technology and applications. This gives our customers the choice they need to help their businesses grow and adapt to the digital world. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Software as a Service (SaaS) are powering some of India’s most important projects, and there is a lot more that could be done. Oracle Cloud is used by many businesses, including Cognizant, National Stock Exchange, Wipro, Punjab Urban Development Authority, Air Asia, Federal Bank, Bharti Airtel, Kotak Mahindra Bank, and many more.
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Han Chung Heng, senior vice president of hybrid cloud systems and alliances and channels for Oracle Asia-Pacific and Japan, said, “Oracle’s partner strategy is based on four principles: customer first, joint go-to-market (GTM), skills development, and a trusted partnership.” With Oracle Cloud, partners have a lot of ways to meet customer needs and grow their businesses at the same time. We continue to help our partners, and in our last fiscal year. The number of certifications in Asia-Pacific grew by 57% from the year before. Many partners, like Wipro and PwC, use Oracle for their own business needs. This year, we will put a lot of emphasis on industry GTM, focusing on the public sector, manufacturing, edtech, and fintech. We will also support multi-cloud customer environments and ESG initiatives.
Oracle’s partnerships with businesses
Oracle and Microsoft have a partnership called “cloud interconnect” that lets their customers connect OCI services, like autonomous databases, with Microsoft Azure services, like analytics and AI.
In the same way, Oracle and VMware let customers use VMware-based virtual machines on OCI through the hybrid cloud. The Oracle Cloud VMware Solution lets customers leave some of their VMware estate on-premises and send other parts to the Oracle Cloud without needing to learn new skills or use new software tools and processes. Customers can use the hybrid cloud within hours, without having to make any big changes to the architecture and take on the risks that come with that.