The growth in the cloud ap­pli­ca­tions busi­ness has been driven by the Fu­sion Suite and NetSuite

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SaaS busi­ness of Or­a­cle wit­nessed dou­ble digit growth in the past few years, with a con­tin­ued demand from across its SaaS port­fo­lio in­clud­ing ERP, HCM, and CX so­lu­tions. For FY 2019 to­tal rev­enue of the com­pany was $0.45 Bn. Cloud Ser­vices and Li­cense Sup­port rev­enue $26.7 bil­lion, while Cloud Li­cense and On-Premise Li­cense rev­enues were $5.9 bil­lion.

Or­a­cle has been fo­cus­ing on two strate­gic busi­nesses-Cloud ap­pli­ca­tions and Cloud In­fra­struc­ture. The growth in the cloud ap­pli­ca­tions busi­ness has been driven by the Fu­sion Suite and NetSuite. Both Fu­sion and NetSuite are in­te­grated suites of ap­pli­ca­tions, in­clud­ing sales, ser­vice, hu­man re­sources, fi­nan­cials, sup­ply chain and man­u­fac­tur­ing ap­pli­ca­tions. The in­te­grated suite ap­proach to the cloud ap­pli­ca­tions busi­ness is a pri­mary rea­son for the very rapid growth in its cloud ap­pli­ca­tions mar­ket share.

The Fu­sion ERP and HCM cloud ap­pli­ca­tions suite rev­enues grew 32 per­cent in FY19, while NetSuite ERP cloud ap­pli­ca­tions rev­enues also grew 32 per­cent this year. Its an­nual rev­enue in FY2019 was USD 450 Mn.

Some key highlights:

• Cloud con­tin­ues to be the strate­gic fo­cus • In­tro­duced Au­ton­o­mous Data­base • Bets on smarter CX

The next big high­light of the year for Or­a­cle has been the in­tro­duc­tion of Or­a­cle Au­ton­o­mous Data­base, which saw great mar­ket demand lo­cally, es­pe­cially for heavy-duty an­a­lyt­ics work­loads from the BFSI and Re­tail in­dus­tries. Given the mar­ket lead­er­ship of the com­pany in data­bases, Or­a­cle Au­ton­o­mous Data­base is likely to drive the next big growth leap in India along with its SaaS port­fo­lio. Or­a­cle also launched the new Gen2 Cloud In­fra­struc­ture that of­fers cus­tomers a compelling ar­ray of ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy fea­tures in­clud­ing Au­ton­o­mous Data­base that au­to­mat­i­cally en­crypts all your data, backs it­self up, tunes it­self, up­grades it­self and au­to­mat­i­cally patches it­self when a se­cu­rity threat is de­tected. It does all of this au­tonomously, while run­ning with­out the need for any hu­man in­ter­ven­tion and with­out the need for any down­time.

Adding ma­chine learn­ing and cog­ni­tive in­ter­ac­tions to tra­di­tional busi­ness pro­cesses and ap­pli­ca­tions en­ables greatly im­proved user ex­pe­ri­ence and pro­duc­tiv­ity. Or­a­cle em­beds ready-to-use AI and ma­chine-learn­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties across Or­a­cle’s SaaS, PaaS, and IOT ser­vices, in­clud­ing cog­ni­tive AI, an­a­lyt­ics, data ser­vices, IT man­age­ment, and se­cu­rity op­er­a­tions.

Or­a­cle also an­nounced gen­eral avail­abil­ity of Or­a­cle Blockchain Cloud ser­vices across coun­tries. The ser­vice al­lows or­ga­ni­za­tions to eas­ily build blockchain net­works to drive more se­cure and ef­fi­cient trans­ac­tions and to track goods through sup­ply chains on a global scale. In­dian Oil has al­ready adopted Or­a­cle’s blockchain plat­form.

Or­a­cle has pi­loted a Blockchain project with NITI Aayog, Apollo Phar­macy and Strides Pharma also to address India’s fake drugs prob­lem. Some of the key cus­tomers signed up in the past year are Fed­eral Bank, South In­dian Bank, Codeinks, CRIF HIGHMARK, Huron Con­sult­ing, Save the Chil­dren, Apollo Tyres, Mother­son Sumi, Sand­har Tech­nolo­gies, Cac­tus Com­mu­ni­ca­tion, Oyo Rooms, Hin­dalco, IOCL, FabIn­dia, Karam In­dus­tries, Hy­ber, Servion, Trib­hu­vanDas Bheemji Zaveri Jew­el­ers, DHFL, Aurp­bindo Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals, Ori­en­tal In­sur­ance Com­pany, Ral­lis India, HDFC Bank, Hin­dalco etc.

—SHAILENDER KU­MAR Re­gional MD, Or­a­cle

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