Oracle push Cloud adoption in Romania

 

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Oracle was one of the first big IT providers opened an office in Romania in 1995. From more than 20 years Oracle Romania played the role of the software market leader, having a substantial contribution to development of local software industry and in technology progress of Romanian economy. Oracle’s clients are part of most important industries like: energy, manufacturing, utilities, financial, government, healthcare, education and more.
Oracle 2Early in the 2000’ years Oracle was also one of the first IT vendors who invested in Romanian high-tech skills, opening of the global services centers in Romania. Today Oracle Romania has over 4100 employees in the country in high standard buildings from Bucharest and Iasi.

Beside key administrative functions for customers, partners and Oracle organisations Romania is also home for core development teams and teams helping customers to realize successful IT projects. To name a few:

  • Oracle Product Development
  • Oracle Advanced Customer Support
  • Oracle Software Support Services

Oracle is a key contributor globally to IT education through its Oracle Academy Program.  Oracle Academy currently supports 664 institutions and over 52,000 students in Romania. In 2016 we are training 200 teachers in Java Fundamentals and Java Programming

Sorin Mindrutescu - Oracle Country Leader Romania & Central Eastern Europe Cloud Leader

Sorin Mindrutescu – Oracle Country Leader Romania & Central Eastern Europe Cloud Leader

With more than 420,000 worldwide customers and with deployments across a wide variety of industries in more than 145 countries, Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications, platform services, and engineered systems.

“Switching to cloud model is a turning point in which we leave as leader on each of the segments and this makes us feel ready for this challenge, not only in the CEE region, but globally also. Perhaps the most important thing now, is the Oracle’s guiding principle: understanding customer needs, anticipating trends in the market and building solutions designed to meet these needs – in close relationship with the trust Oracle has built at customer level due to the very good understanding of real requirements,” said Sorin Mindrutescu – Oracle Country Leader Romania & Central Eastern Europe Cloud Leader, in an exclusive interview for cloud☁mania.

Oracle has built carefully Cloud strategy in recent years, investing and developing applications and technologies with the clear and transparent goal to become the market leader in this area in the shortest time. Market interest in Cloud solutions (both at business and IT level) brought Oracle in position to rapidly address new strategic themes of discussion with Romanian clients.

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About Radu Crahmaliuc
Independent IT&C analyst, GDPR advisor, digital transformation & Cloud computing evangelist, start-ups developer, freelancer, storyteller, events moderator & keynote speaker

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