New Delhi, February 13: Oracle on Tuesday said that it clocked 50 per cent growth (year-on-year) in cloud consumption in India in the second quarter of FY24, as Cloud@Customer offering grew 380 per cent YoY in the same quarter. The small and medium business (SMB) business has witnessed over 70 per cent YoY consistent growth in consumption for the past three years, the company said during an event in Mumbai.

“Fusion applications saw a double-digit growth in the first half of FY24. Within software-as-a-service (SaaS), ERP cloud business was a big growth driver, contributing 34 per cent growth in the first half of FY24 (YoY), the company informed. In Q2 FY24, Oracle gained 28 per cent revenues from net new customers. Google Rolls Out ‘Companion Mode’ to Google Meet App on Android and iOS Devices to Allows Users Participate in Meet Call Using In-Room Audio and Video Conferencing System.

“Our cloud regions in Mumbai and Hyderabad are running at full capacity, with customers deriving business benefits of scale, price, performance, and reduced costs. Oracle is driving change in industries and dominates some of the biggest transformations in India,” said Srikanth Doranadula, Group Vice President, Technology, Oracle India.

“Our next-gen technologies like AI, ML and edge computing will help our customers unlock new possibilities for automation and intelligent cloud solutions,” he added. At the ‘Oracle CloudWorld’ event, the company introduced new logistics capabilities within Oracle Fusion Cloud Supply Chain and Manufacturing (SCM). The updates, part of Oracle Cloud SCM, will help customers optimise logistics operations by increasing visibility, reducing costs, automating regulatory compliance, and improving decision-making. Visa Announces Appointment of Shruti Gupta To Head Commercial and Money Movement Solutions in India and South Asia.

“With Oracle Cloud SCM, organisations can seamlessly manage transportation, global trade, and distribution processes. This helps them improve the speed and accuracy of operations, optimise service levels, address compliance, and mitigate the impact of supply chain disruptions,” said Srini Rajagopal, vice president of logistics product strategy, Oracle. The Cloud major also disclosed significant progress in its generative AI strategy, spanning cloud infrastructure, applications and platforms.

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