Opportunities in the cloud

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  • Thursday, 02 Apr 2015

Oracle has announced significant recruitment plans that will add 1,000 new employees to its sales force across Asean and the Asia Pacific. This will help to drive growth and support demand for Oracle Cloud solutions across the region.

Oracle, a US-based technology company that specialises in hardware and software, says it is the only vendor that delivers complete software as a service, platform as a service, and infrastructure as service capabilities.

The company invests US$5bil a year in R&D to help ensure the company’s products are the most innovative in the industry. It says the cloud opportunity in Asia Pacific is fuelled by strong economic growth and an unrivalled broadband and mobile infrastructure. Oracle plans to capitalise on this with an expanded sales force.

“We are recruiting talent from across the region to create a world-class sales team that will help Oracle’s customers embrace the cloud. The opportunity that cloud technologies create is profound and there’s never been a better time to work for Oracle,” says Oracle President for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and the Asia Pacific Loic Le Guisquet.

Oracle’s recruitment efforts will primarily focus on growth in Australia, Greater China, India, South Korea, and the Asean countries. However, there are roles being created across the region.

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