Top 100 Oracle Solution Companies - 2016
The expanse between 1977 and 2016 witnessed numerous changes in the enterprise technology world. Hierarchical database made way for relational database, “on-premise” for “on-cloud”, and many more. On top of all the changes, or around them, one name has remained constant, Oracle.
With current presence in almost every vertical from construction to healthcare, oil and gas to financial services Oracle remains the first choice in executing everyday business operations. From being a critic of the cloud phenomenon to acquiring the very first cloud company (NetSuite) this year, Oracle is clear about its intention to remain a reckoning force in boardrooms across the globe. Advocating the statement is Oracle’s aggressive deflection from its “on-premise” stance to resketching its portfolio with strokes of PaaS, IaaS, and SaaS in a bid to take the trophy of cloud race home.
In that context cloud-based HCM, engineered database systems, in-memory database, microprocessors embedded with algorithms, JSON, and sharding are a few of the armaments Oracle is stocking up to ensure that its clients don’t get blown out of the water in the new database era. Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in Oracle Cloud will further raise the ante for those who buy “the Oracle”.
Today Oracle has over 60 products under applications, database, OS, middleware, enterprise management, virtualization and other banners for organization’s world over. Upon including the services provided, the count of Oracle’s offerings become maniacal. The count will only rise. And, then there is a whole universe of Oracle partners. This edition of CIOReview aims to give the readers insight on major Oracle solution and service providers that have demonstrated strong capabilities in helping organizations navigate this complex, yet promising landscape. A distinguished panel of CIOs, CEOs, VCs, analysts and the editorial board of CIOReview has distilled the final 100 companies.
We present to you CIOReview’s 100 Most Promising Oracle Solution Providers 2016.