Multinational Computer Technology Corporation Oracle Enhances Government Cloud Platform

November 2, 2014
Multinational Computer Technology Corporation Oracle Enhances Government Cloud Platform
Multinational computer technology corporation Oracle has enhanced its Government Cloud Platform in a move that targets additional revenues released by the US federal government’s "Cloud First Policy". The policy requires government agencies to reduce costs and improve efficiency through cloud adoption.

Established in 1977, Oracle, which has headquarters in Redwood City, California, United States, focuses on computer hardware systems and enterprise software products, especially database management systems. Created for government agency usage, the Oracle Government Cloud is a "comprehensive, flexible, and cost-effective suite of cloud applications and solutions" that enable agencies to "manage operations and deliver constituent services". Oracle has added a range of functionalities to the platform, including human resources, enterprise resource planning and sales offerings.

This is the second enhancement Oracle has made to its platform. Last year the company included "Service Cloud" as an add on. The platform has already seen a number of successes as far as local governments are concerned. According to Oracle's website, the City of Chicago has automated its recruitment process through the Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service. “With Oracle HCM Cloud, we have created an automated, transparent recruiting process that enables us to better screen our applicants and fill positions more quickly,” explained the City of Chicago's Deputy Commissioner Department of Human Resources, Christina Batorski.

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