Tech Giant Oracle Introduces Next Generation Cloud Applications to Support Kenya’s Digital Economy

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Oracle, an American multinational computer technology corporation, has introduced some of its latest cloud computing technology in Kenya to help the country’s fast-growing and large enterprises accelerate digital transformation.

The company hosted its Modern Business Forum in Kenya on November 9th in a bid to drive business growth with its next-generation cloud applications that are now embedded with artificial intelligence (AI).

The Modern Business Forum provided delegates with access to insightful business stories and business transformation sessions designed to illustrate how they can take advantage of technology innovations like the cloud, AI, advanced analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT).

At the Forum, Oracle announced new capabilities and enhancements to its Oracle Cloud services that seek to help organisations on the African continent grow faster, differentiate from competitors, and better serve their customers.

Oracle stated that the company is further extending the industry’s broadest, deepest, and the fastest growing suite of cloud applications. Innovations in the new release enhance the user experience and empower business users across the organisation including customer experience, finance, HR, and supply chain professionals.

“The introduction of these new capabilities and enhancements aims to help organisations of all sizes transform critical business functions to drive their growth and stay competitive,” said Serge Blockmans, Applications Senior Sales Director for Oracle.

“Hundreds of new innovations are included in the latest release of Oracle Cloud Applications, helping customers create intelligent, connected, and customer-centric service offerings. In addition, we are introducing a new solution that enriches the customer experience by bridging the gap between sales and customer service. The new release also includes further advancements in the user experience and customer-driven changes for human resources and finance,” Blockmans added.


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