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Oracle poised to be the choice solution for Malaysian SMEs

By Azizul Rahman Ismail - on 27 Oct 2016, 5:55pm

Oracle poised to be the choice solution for Malaysian SMEs

L-R:  Fitri Abdullah, Country Managing Director of Oracle Malaysia; Kirsten Gilbertson, Director of Cloud Platform Business Development for ASEAN/SAGE at Oracle; and Dr. Andrew Lau, General Manager of DB sales at Oracle Malaysia.

Oracle Malaysia recently held a press briefing to recant the Oracle OpenWorld 2016 highlights. The briefing was done in conjunction with the Oracle Cloud Day event in Kuala Lumpur. According to Fitri Abdullah, Country Managing Director of Oracle Malaysia, the increase in participants reflects the increased interest of small and medium enterprises to engage Oracle as their Cloud solution provider.

Fitri, alongside Dr. Andrew Lau, General Manager of DB sales at Oracle Malaysia and Kirsten Gilbertson, Director of Cloud Platform Business Development for ASEAN/SAGE at Oracle where the three speakers at the briefing.

Among the subjects discussed include Oracle’s new Oracle Cloud, their broadest array of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS),  and their strategy for next generation Software as a Service (SaaS) Cloud offerings

Oracle’s new Oracle Cloud services enable businesses to transform the way they generate insights from people, algorithms, processes, and machines and deliver them with intuitive visualizations, creative narratives and predictive outcomes using expert models and adaptive learning.

Their IaaS offerings include bare metal cloud servers that are faster and cheaper. The new additions to the Oracle Cloud Platform enable customers to get the best of both multitenant and single-tenant environments and include Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services, Oracle Ravello Cloud Service, Oracle Container Cloud Service and enhancements to existing Oracle Cloud services.

This solution is also now available through the Accenture Oracle Business Group, adding to the already-existing SaaS and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) capabilities. 

Finally, their strategy for next generation SaaS Cloud offerings blend third-party data with real-time analytics and behavioral inputs to create Cloud Applications that adapt and learn. The result: intelligent Cloud Applications that automatically offer individualized recommended actions and streamline the tasks of business users such as human resource or finance professionals.  

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