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Client Base Expansion: Oracle Plans to Launch India-first Product in Country

Client Base Expansion: Oracle Plans to Launch India-first Product in Country

Oracle Corporation is targeting its Indian customers in a bid to expand its reach in the country; by introducing a number of India-first products. The company intends to roll out its data center services this year.

According to Shailendra Kumar, the company has connections with a broad client network across various sectors from the past 25 years and these connections will improve with the company’s data center offering. Discussions have already started with different clients in order to test and develop with cloud applications. The company is not just focusing on the enterprise side but also communicating with Government clients, startups and SMBs.

Mr. Kumar is the MD of Oracle India.

India ranks sixth in the global list of the company’s largest markets. Oracle has doubled its customer base in the country in the last four years, i.e.15,000 customers.

The launch of India-first products and services has resulted in an increased client focus for Oracle. Apart from that, the company has also established a new customer advisory board exclusively to attract Indian clients.

With a strong employee base of 38,000 people in India, the company ranks among the largest global employers in the country and majority of its core developers are from India itself.

Apart from launching data centers in India, Oracle plans to expand it in other regions like Australia, Brazil, South Korea, the US, Europe,and West Asia. It will help the company to support the public sector and defense customers.


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