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Oracle Insights Help Retailers Right-Size Inventory for Every Store



Press Release 

Advanced data science and machine learning can give fashion retailers an accurate view of demand for sizes and styles across each store location 

ORACLE RETAIL CROSS TALK, Minneapolis, MN.—Jun 11, 2019 


Fast fashion retailers are under an immense amount of pressure to get their in-store product assortments allocated perfectly. While customers expect their desired styles and sizes to be in stock, retailers grapple to minimize excessive inventory and dramatic markdowns. Part of the newly launched Oracle Retail Science Platform Cloud Service, the Size Profile Science features enable retailers to tackle this problem by helping accurately predict sales to ensure they have the right inventory mix in the right locations. 

“Customer expectations are higher than ever and retailers are constantly walking a tightrope, balancing between too much of the wrong inventory and not enough of the right,” said Jeff Warren, vice president, Oracle Retail. “Predicting sales at the size and style level, with assortments changing monthly, creates an exorbitant amount of data. Oracle continues to invest in powerful machine learning and artificial intelligence-based applications that enable retailers to quickly turn that data into usable insights and an action plan when it comes to ordering.” 

For example, using the application, a beachwear retailer would be able to analyze proprietary and third-party customer or consumer fit datasets to determine what size flip-flops were top sellers in its specific markets. Combining that data with machine learning and artificial intelligence, the company would be able to understand what assortment of sizes would be needed to quickly sell at the top price in each location and minimize those sizes that would end up on the sale rack. On a million dollars of inventory, even a five percent reduction in average load would result in $50K in savings, all as a result of putting the right sized products in the right locations at the time of demand. 

Business benefits of Size Profile Science include the ability to: 

· Maintain and even decrease inventory levels necessary to drive additional revenue 
· Increase customer satisfaction by improving in-stock rates by location 
· Reduce missed sales by helping ensure optimal sizes are available at time of demand 
· Decrease workloads through intelligent alerts, exceptions and streamlined parameter setting 
· Design escalation paths to deliver accurate profiles when useful lower level data is unavailable 

“With the amount of choice the customer has today, retailers must be able to effectively understand size and fit preferences to preserve their brand equity and foster loyal shoppers. A targeted assortment plan, as well as an optimized size strategy, will maximize the sell-through of inventory at full price, enabling a significant margin increase,” said Marc Koehler, solution director at Oracle Retail. 

See Size Profile Science in action here.

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Kris Reeves
Oracle
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Oracle Q4 FY19 GAAP EPS Up 36% to $1.07 and NON-GAAP EPS Up 23% to $1.16



Press Release 

Operating Income Up 3% in USD and 7% in Constant Currency 

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jun 19, 2019 


Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) today announced fiscal 2019 Q4 results and fiscal 2019 full year results. Total Quarterly Revenues were $11.1 billion, up 1% in USD and up 4% in constant currency compared to Q4 last year. Cloud Services and License Support revenues were $6.8 billion, while Cloud License and On-Premise License revenues were $2.5 billion. Total Cloud Services and License Support plus Cloud License and On-Premise License revenues were $9.3 billion, up 3% in USD and 6% in constant currency. 

Q4 GAAP Operating Income was up 2% to $4.3 billion and GAAP operating margin was 38%. Non-GAAP Operating Income was up 4% to $5.3 billion and non-GAAP operating margin was 47%. GAAP Net Income was up 14% to $3.7 billion and non-GAAP Net Income was up 3% to $4.1 billion. GAAP Earnings Per Share was $1.07, while non-GAAP Earnings Per Share was $1.16. 

Short-term deferred revenues were $8.4 billion. Operating cash flow for fiscal 2019 was $14.6 billion. 

For fiscal 2019, Total Revenues were $39.5 billion, slightly higher in USD and up 3% in constant currency. Cloud Services and License Support revenues were $26.7 billion, while Cloud License and On-Premise License revenues were $5.9 billion. Total Cloud Services and License Support plus Cloud License and On-Premise revenues were $32.6 billion, up 2% in USD and 4% in constant currency. 

Fiscal 2019 GAAP Operating Income was $13.5 billion, and GAAP operating margin was 34%. Non-GAAP Operating Income was $17.4 billion, and non-GAAP operating margin was 44%. GAAP Net Income was $11.1 billion, while non-GAAP Net Income was $13.1 billion. GAAP Earnings Per Share increased 251% to $2.97, while non-GAAP Earnings Per Share was up 16% to $3.52. 

“In Q4, our non-GAAP operating income grew 7% in constant currency—which drove EPS well above the high end of my guidance,” said Oracle CEO, Safra Catz. “Our high-margin Fusion and NetSuite cloud applications businesses are growing rapidly, while we downsize our low-margin legacy hardware business. The net result of this shift away from commodity hardware to cloud applications was a Q4 non-GAAP operating margin of 47%, the highest we’ve seen in five years.” 

“Our Fusion ERP and HCM cloud applications suite revenues grew 32% in FY19,” said Oracle CEO, Mark Hurd. “Our NetSuite ERP cloud applications revenues also grew 32% this year. These strong results extend Oracle’s already commanding lead in worldwide Cloud ERP. Our cloud applications businesses are growing faster than our competitors. That said, let me call your attention to the following approved statement from industry analyst IDC.” 

Per IDC’s latest annual market share results, Oracle gained the most market share globally out of all Enterprise Applications SaaS vendors three years running—in CY16, CY17 and CY18. 

“We added over five thousand new Autonomous Database trials in Q4,” said Oracle Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison. “Our new Gen2 Cloud Infrastructure offers those customers a compelling array of advance technology features including our self-driving database that automatically encrypts all your data, backs itself up, tunes itself, upgrades itself, and 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. No other cloud infrastructure provides anything close to these autonomous features.” 

The Board of Directors also declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.24 per share of outstanding common stock. This dividend will be paid to stockholders of record as of the close of business on July 17, 2019, with a payment date of July 31, 2019. 
Q4 Fiscal 2019 Earnings Conference Call and Webcast 

Oracle will hold a conference call and webcast today to discuss these results at 2:00 p.m. Pacific. You may listen to the call by dialing (816) 287-5563, Passcode: 425392. To access the live webcast, please visit the Oracle Investor Relations website at http://www.oracle.com/investor. In addition, Oracle’s Q4 results and fiscal 2019 financial tables are available on the Oracle Investor Relations website. 

A replay of the conference call will also be available by dialing (855) 859-2056 or (404) 537-3406, Passcode: 9955119.


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Oracle Investor Relations
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Oracle Corporate Communciations
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Oracle Press Release: New Study: “Digital Natives” Value Brick and Mortar Stores More Than their Parents or Grandparents



Press Release
Global Study Highlights the Varying Shopping Expectations of Different Generations and the Role of Technology in Personalizing Retail 

Redwood City, CA.—Jun 25, 2019

Despite clear differences in expectations among shoppers of different generations, almost half of retailers (44 percent) have made no progress in tailoring the in-store shopping experience according to a recent study conducted by Oracle NetSuite, Wakefield Research and The Retail Doctor. The global study of 1,200 consumers and 400 retail executives across the U.S., U.K. and Australia dispelled stereotypes around generations and found big differences in generational expectations across baby boomers, Gen X, millennials and Gen Z. 

“We have seen decades of diminishing experiences in brick and mortar stores, and the differences identified in these results point to its impact on consumers over the years,” said Bob Phibbs, CEO, The Retail Doctor. “Retailers have fallen behind in offering in-store experiences that balance personalization and customer service but there’s an opportunity to take the reins back. The expectation from consumers is clear and it’s up to retailers to offer engaging and custom experiences that will cater to shoppers across a diverse group of generations.” 
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder: Retailers struggle to keep stride with generational shoppers 

The in-store shopping experience remains an important part of the retail environment for all generations, but the progress retailers are making to improve the in-store experience is being viewed differently by different generations. 

· Despite the stereotypes of “digital natives”, Gen Z and millennials (43 percent) are most likely to do more in-store shopping this year followed by Gen X (29 percent) and baby boomers (13 percent). 

· Gen Z and millennials (57 percent) had the most positive view of the current retail environment feeling it was more inviting, followed by Gen X (40 percent). Baby boomers (27 percent) were more likely to find the current retail environment less inviting than consumers overall. 

· Gen Z valued in-store interaction the least with 42 percent feeling more annoyed from increased interaction with retail associates. In contrast, millennials (56 percent), Gen X (44 percent) and baby boomer (43 percent) generations all noted they would feel more welcomed by more in-store interactions. 

Retailers view emerging technologies through rose-colored glasses 

While more than three quarters of retail executives (79 percent) believe having AI and VR in stores will increase sales, the study found that these technologies are not yet widely accepted by any generation. 

· Overall, only 14 percent of consumers believe that emerging technologies like AI and VR will have a significant impact on their purchase decisions. 

· Emerging tech in retail stores is most attractive to millennials (50 percent) followed by Gen Z (38 percent), Gen X (35 percent) and baby boomers (20 percent). 

· Perceptions of VR varied widely across different generations. Fifty-eight percent of Gen Z said VR would have some influence on their purchase decisions, while 59 percent of baby boomers said VR would have no influence on their purchase decision. 

Insta-famous brands reach Gen Z and millennial consumers, but not as much as retailers think 

While almost all retail executives (98 percent) think that engaging customers on social media is important to building stronger relationships with them, the study found a big disconnect with consumers across all generations. 

· Overall, only 12 percent of consumers think their engagement with brands on social media has a significant impact on the way they think or feel about a brand. 

· Among those who engage with brands on social media, Gen Z (38 percent) consumers are much more likely than other generations to engage with retailers on social to get to know the brand compared to millennials (25 percent) and baby boomers (21 percent). 

· Gen Z (65 percent) consumers and millennials (63 percent) believe their engagement with brands on social media platforms have an impact on their relationship with brands. 

· More than half of baby boomers (53 percent) and 29 percent of Gen X consumers do not engage with brands on social media. 

“After all the talk about brick and mortar stores being dead, it’s interesting to see that ‘digital natives’ are more likely to increase their shopping in physical stores this year than any other generation,” said Greg Zakowicz, senior commerce marketing analyst, Oracle NetSuite. “Stepping back, these findings fit with broader trends we have been seeing around the importance of immediacy and underlines why retailers cannot afford to make assumptions about the needs and expectations of different generations. It really is a complex puzzle and as this study clearly shows, retailers need to think carefully about how they meet the needs of different generations.” 

To read more about NetSuite’s insights into the report’s finding visit NetSuite’s cloud blog
Methodology 

For this survey, 1,200 consumers and 400 retail executives were surveyed around the overall retail environment, in-store and online shopping experiences and advanced technologies. Both retailers and consumers were surveyed from three global markets including the U.S., U.K. and Australia with retail executives representing organizations between $10-100 million in annual sales. 

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Danielle Tarp
Oracle
650-506-2904
danielle.tarp@oracle.com
About Wakefield Research

Wakefield is a full-service market research firm that uncovers insights for brands to help them solve problems and grow their business. Wakefield Research is a partner to the world’s leading consumer and B2B brands, including 50 of the Fortune 100. Wakefield Research conducts qualitative and quantitative research in 70 countries. For more information, please visit https://www.wakefieldresearch.com
About The Retail Doctor

The Retail Doctor is a New York-based retail consulting firm created by expert retail consultant and leading business mentor Bob Phibbs. With over 30 years of experience in retail, Bob has worked as a consultant, speaker, and entrepreneur, helping businesses revolutionize their brand and grow their success. Bob is also the author of three highly-praised books, including The Retail Doctor's Guide to Growing Your Business (WILEY). His clients include some of the largest retail brands in the world including Bernina, Brother, Caesars Palace, Hunter Douglas, Lego, Omega and Yamaha. For more information, please visit www.retaildoc.com
About Oracle NetSuite

For more than 20 years, Oracle NetSuite has helped organizations grow, scale and adapt to change. NetSuite provides a suite of cloud-based applications, which includes financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), HR, professional services automation and omnichannel commerce, used by more than 18,000 customers in 203 countries and dependent territories.

For more information, please visit http://www.netsuite.com

Follow NetSuite’s Cloud blog, Facebook page and @NetSuite Twitter handle for real-time updates.
About Oracle

The Oracle Cloud offers a complete suite of integrated applications for Sales, Service, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Supply Chain and Manufacturing, plus Highly Automated and Secure Generation 2 Infrastructure featuring the Oracle Autonomous Database. For more information about Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), please visit us at www.oracle.com.
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Oracle Recognized as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems


Press Release

Oracle named a Leader based on completeness of vision and ability to execute
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jun 25, 2019

Oracle has been named a Leader in Gartner’s 2019 "Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems1" report for the fourth consecutive year. Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS) Cloud is positioned as a Leader based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision. 

Of the 14 products evaluated, Oracle WMS Cloud was recognized as a Leader for its ability to execute and completeness of vision. 

According to Gartner, “Leaders combine the uppermost characteristics of vision and thought leadership with a strong consistent Ability to Execute. Leaders in the WMS market are present in a high percentage of new WMS deals, and they win a significant number of them. They have robust core WMSs and offer reasonable — although not necessarily leading-edge — capabilities in extended WMS areas, such as labor management, work planning and optimization, slotting, returns management, yard management and dock scheduling, and value-added services. To be a Leader, a vendor doesn’t necessarily need to have the absolute broadest or deepest WMS application. Its offerings must meet most mainstream warehousing requirements in complex warehouses without significant modifications, and a substantial number of high-quality implementations must be available to validate this. Leaders must anticipate where customer demands, markets and technology are moving, and must have strategies to support these emerging requirements ahead of actual customer demand. Leading vendors should have coherent strategies to support SCE convergence, and must invest in and have processes to exploit innovation. Leaders also have robust market momentum, market penetration and market awareness as well as strong client satisfaction — in the vendor’s local markets as well as internationally. Because Leaders are often well-established in leading-edge and complex user environments, they benefit from a user community that helps them remain in the forefront of emerging needs. Key characteristics: Reasonably broad and deep WMS offerings; Proven success in moderate- to high-complexity warehouse environments; Participation in a high percentage of new deals; Large customer installed base; A strong and consistent track record; Consistent performance, and vigorous new client growth and retention; Enduring visibility in the marketplace from both sales and marketing perspectives; Compelling SCE convergence strategy and capabilities; A proven ecosystem of partners; Global scale.” 

“Supply chains have changed dramatically in the last five years as businesses have evolved to meet more demanding customer expectations. We now expect to be able to buy on multiple channels, have our orders delivered faster, and receive or return products from anywhere,” said Diego Pantoja-Navajas, vice president, WMS Cloud Development, Oracle. “The leading warehouse management solution built on a modern cloud architecture, Oracle WMS Cloud enables customers to benefit from new innovations in machine learning, blockchain and IoT to meet and exceed customer expectations. We believe this report is a validation of our product strengths, investment in innovation, and customer successes.” 

Oracle’s suite of supply chain cloud applications has garnered industry recognition. Oracle was named a Leader in Gartner’s recent “Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record2,” and Oracle was recognized in the “Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems.3”

  1. Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems, C. Klappich, Simon Tunstall, 8 May 2019
  2. Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record, Amber Salley, Tim Payne, Alex Pradhan, 21 August 2018
  3. Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems, Bart De Muynck, Brock Johns, Oscar Sanchez Duran, 27 March 2019
Gartner Disclaimer

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 
Additional Information 

For additional information on Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, visit Facebook, Twitter or the Oracle SCM blog

Contact Info

Bill Rundle
Oracle
+1.650.506.1891
bill.rundle@oracle.com

Oracle Ushers in New Era of Analytics



Press Release

Oracle announces new vision, new experience and new era of augmented analytics to automate insights

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jun 25, 2019

Today, Oracle unveiled a new, customer-centric vision for Oracle Analytics at the company’s Analytics Summit. With Oracle’s industry-leading data platform and business applications, Oracle Analytics is uniquely positioned to marry data, analytics and applications, and address the needs of business users, analysts and IT. Oracle Analytics empowers customers with industry-leading AI-powered self-service analytic capabilities for data preparation, visualization, enterprise reporting, augmented analysis, and natural language processing (NLP). 
Key Highlights 

· One Offering: Oracle Analytics. Simplified product offering and clarity of direction by rationalizing 18+ products down to a single brand. 

· Powered by the Autonomous Data Warehouse and Machine Learning: Demonstrating the industry’s leading application analytics built on the Autonomous Data Warehouse and powered by Oracle Analytics Cloud. 

· Enabling Broad Enterprise Adoption: Affordable per user pricing for departmental business users plus per-CPU pricing for broad enterprise scale. 

“We are committed to helping our customers get the most value from their data and to delivering the best analytics experience,” said T.K. Anand, senior vice president, AI, Data Analytics and Cloud, Oracle. “Today, we are announcing a new vision, product experience, and commitment to customer success that will enable us to collaborate with our entire ecosystem and deliver a new era of enterprise analytics.” 

“Our clients are seeking next generation analytical solutions that are built with the enterprise in mind. Today, executives have access to more volumes of data than ever before, but what they really need are industrial strength platforms that can turn all that data into information to drive insights across their organization at different levels,” said Richard Solari, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and global Oracle analytics and cognitive leader. “Deloitte is committed to creating value for organizations enabled by the Oracle Analytics Cloud. Together, we bridge the gap between data and information and help leaders reach impactful business decisions using Oracle’s next generation analytics platforms and applications.” 

Oracle’s analytic capabilities are available in the cloud via Oracle Analytics Cloud, on premises via Oracle Analytics Server, and within applications via Oracle Analytics for Oracle Cloud Applications. These solutions leverage Oracle’s existing analytics capabilities and add new features, including augmented analytics and NLP, which are embedded throughout the platform. In addition, Oracle Analytics now offers an integrated user experience across self-service data discovery and reporting and dashboards, delivering effortless access to insights that can be consumed in the cloud, on the desktop, and mobile.

Oracle Analytics Cloud 

Built first for the cloud, Oracle Analytics Cloud is the centerpiece of Oracle Analytics. Oracle Analytics Cloud empowers business users with governed self-service analytic capabilities for data preparation, visualization, augmented analysis, and natural language processing. Oracle Analytics Cloud’s governed self-service experience enables Oracle Analytics users at enterprises around the world to drive faster insights and optimize business results. 

“We love analytics, we love BI, and we love the fact that Oracle is putting all of this R&D into the cloud, and we want to benefit from that,” said Bill Roy, senior director, EPM and BI, Western Digital. “We see the cloud as enabling our internal customers to develop their own content and to be self-serving. That’s really where we see the benefit of using Oracle Analytics Cloud.” 

“In business today, disruption is constant, causing organizations an array of unprecedented challenges. To succeed and potentially excel in this environment, leaders must exploit data to unlock valuable insights and drive better decisions”, said Todd Randolph, principal, Technology Enablement Practice, KPMG and US Oracle Analytics Leader. “With these new, simplified and powerful Oracle analytics offerings, we believe our clients will continue to adopt our Oracle Analytics Cloud-enabled solutions to support sustainable change through performance insights to create lasting value.” 
Oracle Analytics Server 

Oracle Analytics Server will comprise all of Oracle’s on-premises BI offerings, delivering competitive value to thousands of existing customers, as well as enabling customers in highly regulated industries or with multi-cloud architectures to experience the latest analytic capabilities on their own terms while ensuring an easy path to the cloud. 

“We needed a solution. We went out to the marketplace and the best solution was chosen,” said John Cronin, group CIO, An Post. “Oracle Analytics for An Post has made a huge impact not only for ourselves and our ease of access to information but for our common customers as well. The future is all about analytics, artificial intelligence around analytics, and advanced analytics.” 

“Our clients across all industries have realized the importance of data and analytics for decades. What is different now is their expectations on how analytics will be a key enabler to guide their business strategies. With advancements in technical capabilities such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data platforms and visualizations, our clients are demanding more out of their analytics investments,” said Hema Kadali, partner, Data and Analytics Leader, PwC. “Leveraging Oracle Analytics, we are helping our clients execute on industry-specific use cases that allow them to innovate, automate and transform their business operations with actionable insights that drive real business outcomes.”

Oracle Analytics for Oracle Cloud Applications 

Oracle Analytics for Oracle Cloud Applications will be built on Oracle Analytics Cloud and powered by Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, bringing personalized application analytics, benchmarks and machine learning-powered predictive insights to business users, functions and processes. 


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Carolin Bachmann
Oracle
+1.650.506.1352
carolin.bachmann@oracle.com

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Oracle Recognized as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems

Press Release 
Oracle named a Leader based on completeness of vision and ability to execute

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jun 25, 2019

Oracle has been named a Leader in Gartner’s 2019 "Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems1" report for the fourth consecutive year. Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS) Cloud is positioned as a Leader based on its ability to execute and completeness of vision.

Of the 14 products evaluated, Oracle WMS Cloud was recognized as a Leader for its ability to execute and completeness of vision. 

According to Gartner, “Leaders combine the uppermost characteristics of vision and thought leadership with a strong consistent Ability to Execute. Leaders in the WMS market are present in a high percentage of new WMS deals, and they win a significant number of them. They have robust core WMSs and offer reasonable — although not necessarily leading-edge — capabilities in extended WMS areas, such as labor management, work planning and optimization, slotting, returns management, yard management and dock scheduling, and value-added services. 

To be a Leader, a vendor doesn’t necessarily need to have the absolute broadest or deepest WMS application. Its offerings must meet most mainstream warehousing requirements in complex warehouses without significant modifications, and a substantial number of high-quality implementations must be available to validate this. Leaders must anticipate where customer demands, markets and technology are moving, and must have strategies to support these emerging requirements ahead of actual customer demand. Leading vendors should have coherent strategies to support SCE convergence, and must invest in and have processes to exploit innovation. 

Leaders also have robust market momentum, market penetration and market awareness as well as strong client satisfaction — in the vendor’s local markets as well as internationally. Because Leaders are often well-established in leading-edge and complex user environments, they benefit from a user community that helps them remain in the forefront of emerging needs. Key characteristics: Reasonably broad and deep WMS offerings; Proven success in moderate- to high-complexity warehouse environments; Participation in a high percentage of new deals; Large customer installed base; A strong and consistent track record; Consistent performance, and vigorous new client growth and retention; Enduring visibility in the marketplace from both sales and marketing perspectives; Compelling SCE convergence strategy and capabilities; A proven ecosystem of partners; Global scale.” 

“Supply chains have changed dramatically in the last five years as businesses have evolved to meet more demanding customer expectations. We now expect to be able to buy on multiple channels, have our orders delivered faster, and receive or return products from anywhere,” said Diego Pantoja-Navajas, vice president, WMS Cloud Development, Oracle. “The leading warehouse management solution built on a modern cloud architecture, Oracle WMS Cloud enables customers to benefit from new innovations in machine learning, blockchain and IoT to meet and exceed customer expectations. We believe this report is a validation of our product strengths, investment in innovation, and customer successes.” 

Oracle’s suite of supply chain cloud applications has garnered industry recognition. Oracle was named a Leader in Gartner’s recent “Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record2,” and Oracle was recognized in the “Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems.3”
1 Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems, C. Klappich, Simon Tunstall, 8 May 2019
2 Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record, Amber Salley, Tim Payne, Alex Pradhan, 21 August 2018
3 Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems, Bart De Muynck, Brock Johns, Oscar Sanchez Duran, 27 March 2019 
Gartner Disclaimer

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 
Additional Information 

For additional information on Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, visit Facebook, Twitter or the Oracle SCM blog


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Bill Rundle
Oracle
+1.650.506.1891 

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