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1Z0-1018 Oracle Revenue Management Cloud Service 2018 Implementation Essentials

Exam Title : Oracle Revenue Management Cloud 2018 Implementation Essentials
Exam ID : 1Z0-1018
Exam Duration : 105 minutes
Questions in test : 60
Passing Score : 64%
Format : Multiple Choice Questions
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
Real Questions : Oracle Revenue Management Cloud Service 2018 Certified Implementation Specialist (OCS)
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Revenue Management Overview - Explain Revenue Principles (including new revenue recognition guidance under ASC 606 and IFRS 15)
- Explain Revenue Management Integration Requirements Standalone Selling Prices - Setup Revenue Management and configure standalone pricing (NEW for R13) OTBI and delivered reports - (NEW for R13) Explain how to create OTBI reporting objects
- (NEW for R13) Explain delivered reports uses and processes Revenue Management Setup and Configuration - Configure Revenue Management Cloud Services
- Placeholder Objective for another skill under Setup and Config Revenue Contracts - Manage contracts and Revenue

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Vodafone is on a quest to pivot from being “just a Telco” to a “TechCo." The strategy includes revamping operations to reduce costs; digitally transforming the customer experience and service development processes; and developing a differentiated value proposition that leverages 5G, IoT, and edge investments and capabilities.

The company recently split the network infrastructure from digital functions with two closely aligned leaders. The reorganization sees Scott Petty step up to the group level to lead digital and IT operations, making him the critical leader in executing the plan to transform Vodafone into a cloud-first, data-driven 'TechCo”.

Before you stop studying and move on to the following article because you are not in the telecommunications business – let me say that the Vodafone challenge is not unique. I would say that this story applies to any company with discerning customers who have a choice. Please read on if you must continuously evolve customer-facing applications and content to retain customer loyalty.

The front-end and back-end – mind the gap!

We know the front-end is what the users can see while the back-end is the infrastructure that supports it - both need to be in perfect harmony. In the Telco world, the back-end is the “crown jewels," namely the operations support system (OSS), which maintains network operations, and the business support system (BSS), which covers order capture, and customer relationship management (CRM) and billing.

Both front-end and back-end functions are strongly intertwined. When consumer applications change every week, and the back-end is updated every quarter, the "gap" will eventually impact the ability to execute.

As Vodafone built more complex e-commerce applications on the front-end, the need increased for the same cloud capability from the core transactional systems (high-transaction BSS/OSS apps). Vodafone considered several options, including upgrading technology in-situ, building a private cloud platform, or using other third-party clouds.

But, moving transactional systems wholesale to the public cloud is costly and complex, with the risk of performance and latency issues associated with maintaining those systems, which need to remain on-premises for legal or compliance reasons.

Oracle was unique because it offered to build a complete public cloud capability in the Vodafone data centers. Vodafone was able to take a more flexible approach to modernize and migrate the mission-critical systems— the most data-intensive/demanding or too costly/risky to move wholesale to the public cloud.

Way too many databases!

How many databases are too many? Vodafone has fifteen thousand (not a typo) and eight thousand associated applications. Vodafone will be deploying Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer to modernize those thousands of Oracle databases that support its mission-critical transactional OSS and BSS systems—including core functions like order management and CRM. This task could take several years to complete.

Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer is a complete OCI cloud deployed in the data center, providing a secure cloud platform to modernize existing infrastructure while retaining full control of data governance, meeting demanding data residency and security regulations.

Vodafone envisages a world in which half of the applications run in Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud and the other half run on the Oracle Cloud. The mix is likely to change over time. The work to modernize the “crown jewel” applications onto the Oracle Cloud might cause application ecosystems to move from AWS onto Oracle Cloud because it would be a more natural fit.

Pivot from running technology to building new services

Vodafone has embraced Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in a big way, consolidating forty data centers that run core services for its entire European operations (13 countries) into three locations (Ireland, Italy, and Germany) running on OCI.

The Oracle implementation is a critical pillar in the pivot from ‘Telco to TechCo,’ providing the foundation for a common platform across the Vodafone Group. It will allow rationalization and consolidation of the IT estate while leveraging the cloud as a more efficient way of delivering and scaling new communications services.

Vodafone expects to significantly cut costs across operations and accelerate the development and time to market for new services. The Oracle platform will also bring automation to IT operations, enabling more IT staff to focus on the digital experience and the use of data to drive better customer experiences.

Ultimately, the end game is to redirect the IT organization away from building, integrating, and running technology to provide customers with new services and a better digital experience.

As an example, Oracle Autonomous Database is now a feature of OCI. Oracle Autonomous Database is a cloud database that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate database tuning, security, backups, updates, and other routine management tasks without human intervention. Database administrators (DBAs) can now focus on more critical tasks, such as data aggregation, modeling, processing, governance strategies, and supporting developers.

One unique, differentiated example is that the Autonomous Database is serverless and elastic. When an application is not running on the Oracle Cloud, there are no CPUs dedicated hence no charges. Additionally, it is instantaneously elastic, increasing or decreasing servers and cores as needed while the database is still running.

Quickly monetizing IoT services

The long-awaited convergence of the network with the cloud, IoT, and MEC will become the foundation for new service offerings. With expertise in IoT, MEC, and 5g, Vodafone is well-positioned to offer new scalable next-generation digital services.

OCI offers integrated applications for Sales, Service, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Supply Chain, and Manufacturing, plus Automated and Secure Generation 2 Infrastructure featuring the Oracle Autonomous Database.

Vodafone is already monetizing IoT services using Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) which runs on OCI. For example, sensors in connected vehicles can enable services such as GPS map updates or infotainment, charged on a subscription or consumption basis. The solution runs on the high-performance OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes and is automated with OCI Resource Manager and Terraform across multiple Oracle Cloud Regions. Today it is no longer about connecting IoT devices but providing complete solutions for customers.

The 5G wireless broadband expansion promises an exciting future.

For example, virtual reality applications will power high-tech glasses that supply instructions to workers in complex fields such as airplane maintenance.

As Vodafone takes advantage of 5G, architectural agility will be essential to monetize next-generation services quickly and efficiently. Oracle's Billing and Revenue Management solution is well-positioned to support emerging 5G-enabled use cases with its cloud-native compliant, microservices-based architecture framework.

Wrapping up

Regular readers will know I have become impressed with Oracle's Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and have written several articles. That was not always the case. I was critical of Oracle Cloud V1.0, but Oracle’s Generation 2 Cloud is an entirely new infrastructure developed from the ground up with no resemblance to its predecessor. The design goals were better performance, pricing, and—above all else—security. Oracle Cloud V2 is a significant improvement and more competitive.

As a long-time Oracle observer, I think it is incredible how the story around OCI is starting to resonate with customers. OCI as a single platform offering IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and data as a service (DaaS) capabilities is not that sexy. But, combined with technologies such as Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, and Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing, the result is a platform capable of handling large, data-intensive workloads with better security. For organizations like Vodafone transitioning from on-premises data centers to the cloud, OCI is an ideal solution.

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Killexams : Oracle's Competitive Advantages Portend Continued Profit Growth
Oracle To Report Quarterly Earnings

Justin Sullivan

We first made Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) a Long Idea in August 2018 and reiterated it in July 2019. Since August 2018, the stock is up 46% compared to a 37% gain for the S&P 500. Looking ahead, the stock still offers investors favorable risk/reward. As we'll show, the stock could be worth at least $95/share today - a 38%+ upside.

Oracle's Stock Has Strong Long-term Upside Based on the Company's:

  • strong, global sales team
  • extensive product and service offerings
  • high switching costs for customers
  • competitively priced offerings.

Figure 1: Long Idea Performance: From Date of Publication Through 6/27/2022

Long Idea Performance: From Date of Publication Through 6/27/2022

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What's Working

Cloud and License Segment Leads the Way: Oracle's total revenue in fiscal 4Q22 was up 5% year-over-year (YoY), while its cloud and license business rose 6% YoY.

Over a longer timeframe, revenue from the cloud and license segment, the company's fastest-growing line of business, has increased from $29.0 billion in fiscal 2016 to $36.1 billion in fiscal 2022, or 6% compounded annually. Oracle has oriented its business for continued growth, as its largest segment is also its fastest growing segment. Per Figure 2, Oracle's cloud and license segment generated 85% of the company's total revenue in fiscal 2022.

Figure 2: Oracle's Revenue Mix: Fiscal 2022

Oracle's Revenue Mix: Fiscal 2022

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Strong Free Cash Flow with Competitive Offerings: Rather than offering off-the-shelf products, Oracle leverages its global sales force to offer business solutions in the form of customized combinations of products and services tailored to the needs of a specific client.

Oracle generates significant free cash flow with its customer-centered approach. Oracle has generated positive FCF in each of the past five years and 13 of the past 14 years. Over the past five years, Oracle generated $56.1 billion (31% of market cap) in FCF, per Figure 3.

Figure 3: Oracle's Cumulative Free Cash Flow Since Fiscal 2018

Oracle's Cumulative Free Cash Flow Since Fiscal 2018

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Strong FCF Funds R&D Growth: Oracle develops its own products in house, which requires the company to dedicate 31% of its full-time employees to research and development (R&D). Large R&D investment enables the company to enhance current products and develop new technologies, which is critical for Oracle to grow its business and maintain its competitive position.

Oracle's FCF-generating business equips the company with plenty of cash to grow its R&D expense. The company's R&D expense rose from $6.1 billion in fiscal 2018 to $7.2 billion in fiscal 2022, per Figure 4. Over the past five years, Oracle spent a cumulative $32.1 billion on R&D.

Figure 4: Oracle's Research & Development Expense: Fiscal 2018 ­- 2022

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Oracle's Research & Development Expense: Fiscal 2018 ­- 2022

Healthcare Is an Opportunity: The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated long-term trends in healthcare towards increased digital transformation and cloud-based computing. Oracle is actively working on creating a complete suite of applications for health care providers. If Oracle is as successful building and implementing cloud solutions for healthcare as it has been for businesses, the upside to revenue could last for decades.

GAAP Earnings Are Understated: Oracle is more profitable than investors realize, and it currently earns our Strong Beat Earnings Distortion Score, which means the company is more likely to beat its next earnings estimates. While Oracle's GAAP earnings fell from $13.7 billion in fiscal 2021 to $6.7 billion in fiscal 2022, the company's fiscal 2022 Core Earnings, which measure the normalized operating profits of the business, at $11.3 billion are much higher.

What's Not Working

Oracle Faces Fierce Competition: Oracle competes against big tech giants such as Google (GOOG, GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), and Amazon (AMZN). Though other companies may be larger than Oracle on a market cap or revenue basis, Oracle's focus and specialization provide a distinct competitive advantage. At $10.8 billion, the company earns the third highest economic earnings amongst its competitors over the trailing twelve months (TTM) [1]. Oracle's TTM economic earnings are nearly 7x times greater than enterprise resource planning (ERP) rival SAP SE's (SAP).

Oracle's products and services are core components of their customers' operations. This deep integration with customers means a switch away from Oracle comes with a potentially high cost of disruption to a customer's operations. That creates a serious barrier to entry for competitors, especially in mission-critical sectors such as government and healthcare.

Currency Headwinds: Oracle generates 52% of its revenue internationally, which exposes the company to fluctuations in currency exchange rates. As economies around the world have struggled with pandemic-related shutdowns and supply-chain problems, the U.S. dollar has strengthened. USD to EUR has risen from 0.84 a year ago to 0.94 today, while the USD to JPY has risen from 110.82 to 135.43 over the same time.

Should global economies continue to struggle, Oracle's international revenues could suffer a drag from exchange rate losses and worsening bargaining position against for competitors. Further dollar strength could impact the company's overall revenue growth in fiscal 2023.

Stock Is Priced for Profit Decline

Oracle's stock offers investors a business with consistent cash flows, a strong competitive position, and long-term growth opportunities at a steep discount. Oracle's price-to-economic book value (PEBV) ratio is just 0.8, which means the market expects its profits to permanently fall 20% below TTM levels. Below, we use our reverse discounted cash flow model to analyze the expectations for future growth in cash flows baked into a couple of stock price scenarios for Oracle.

In the first scenario, we quantify the expectations baked into the current price. We assume:

  • net operating profit after tax (NOPAT) margin falls to its five-year low of 31% (vs. 32% in fiscal 2022) from fiscal 2023 - 2032 and
  • revenue falls 1% (vs. fiscal 2023 - 2025 consensus estimate CAGR of 10%) compounded annually from fiscal 2023 to 2032.

In this scenario, Oracle's NOPAT falls 2% compounded annually through fiscal 2032, and the stock would be worth $70/share today - nearly equal to the current price.

Shares Could Reach $95+

If we assume Oracle's:

  • NOPAT margin falls to its five-year average of 32% from fiscal 2023 - 2032,
  • revenue grows at a 2% CAGR from fiscal 2023 - 2032, then

the stock would be worth at least $95/share today - 38% above the current price. In this scenario, Oracle grows NOPAT by 1% compounded annually over the next 10 years. For reference, Oracle has grown NOPAT by 3% compounded annually over the past five years and 6% compounded over the past ten years. Should Oracle's NOPAT growth Boost to historical levels, the stock has even more upside.

Figure 5: Oracle's Historical and Implied NOPAT: DCF Valuation Scenarios

Oracle's Historical and Implied NOPAT: DCF Valuation Scenarios

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This article originally published on June 29, 2022.

David Trainer, Kyle Guske II, Matt Shuler, and Brian Pellegrini receive no compensation to write about any specific stock, sector, style, or theme.

[1] Competitors include Google, Microsoft, Intel (INTC), Amazon, Cisco Systems (CSCO), Adobe (ADBE), SAP SE, International Business Machines (IBM), Workday (WDAY), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and Salesforce (CRM).

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Killexams : Kyndryl Announces Partnership with Oracle Focused on Cloud Services

Kyndryl (NYSE: KD), the world’s largest IT infrastructure services provider, today announced a partnership with Oracle to help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud by delivering managed cloud solutions to enterprises around the world.

As part of the alliance, Kyndryl will become a key delivery partner for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), expanding upon its deep experience of working with and supporting customers using Oracle products and services. With OCI, customers benefit from best-in-class security capability, consistent high performance, simple predictable pricing, and the tools and expertise needed to bring enterprise workloads to cloud quickly and efficiently. In addition, Kyndryl will leverage its participation in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) to extend the reach of its global cloud services delivery capabilities across the network.

Kyndryl plans to offer a wide range of new services that leverage Oracle technologies to help companies modernise and move their applications and databases to the cloud. The solutions will be supported by Kyndryl’s advisory and implementation services that are backed by thousands of experienced consultants globally who help customers to unlock the potential of their cloud-enabled IT transformation projects.

Kyndryl also intends to create customer solutions in the areas of data modernisation and governance, AI-driven innovations for industries, cyber security and resiliency, and transformation of mission-critical workloads to the cloud.

Additionally, Kyndryl will support Oracle [email protected] and Oracle Exadata offerings with IT infrastructure services to assist customers with consolidating databases, lowering administration costs, and improving uptime. As a licensed reseller of Oracle software, Kyndryl provides its managed services expertise and delivers a cohesive turnkey solution to customers.

“We are pleased to expand our collaboration with Oracle and will work to help customers modernise applications and workloads to accelerate and succeed on their journey to the cloud,” said Stephen Leonard, Global Alliances & Partnerships Leader, Kyndryl. “The combination of Kyndryl managed services and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides a versatile and efficient foundation for companies to confidently move, build and run their mission-critical IT operations in the cloud.”

“Enterprises are feeling intense pressure to modernise their businesses rapidly while maintaining the continuity of mission-critical operations,” said Doug Smith, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, Oracle. “The combination of Kyndryl’s expertise and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure empowers these organizations to realize their desired business outcomes from the latest technological innovations. Through this partnership, we will expand our reach, helping more customers around the world move critical workloads to the cloud.”

Kyndryl maintains vast experience managing Oracle solutions on various public cloud platforms and on-premises for many large enterprises and provides a holistic approach encompassing Oracle solutions and non-Oracle workloads for a large Fortune 100 customer base worldwide, such as mining company Canadian Malartic. Kyndryl helped Canadian Malartic address and handle its Oracle managed services needs, including safely and effectively modernizing its JD Edwards applications environment for OCI.

To further Kyndryl’s OCI expertise and skills in support of the partnership, Kyndryl has established a global competency center and devoted resources to expand and increase Oracle Cloud certifications across Kyndryl’s managed services team.

Kyndryl is positioned and registered with the Oracle Partner Network in 53 countries, enabling true global service delivery. As an Oracle partner, Kyndryl will focus on cross-industry services to help customers modernize their applications and databases for the cloud. Key areas of focus for the services include:

  • Resiliency and Disaster Recovery options, such as zero latency data loss recovery appliances and security services for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
  • Network and Edge computing capabilities that leverage Oracle data center reach using Oracle’s Roving Edge Infrastructure and Kyndryl Managed Services.
  • Data analytics services enabled by Kyndryl’s IT specific applied AI.
  • Advanced database consolidation and migration of on-prem ERP software to OCI.
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Killexams : The Better Buy In Business Software And Cloud/AI: Oracle Or Intuit?
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Mihaela Rosu

I like the Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) valuation setup, but am leery of missing growth drivers over the last decade. I like the Intuit (NASDAQ:INTU) strong-growth profile, but the valuation is still a little expensive. That's the dilemma for investors researching these two leaders in the business software industry, both with increasing focus on cloud-based artificial intelligence [AI].

The two companies work at different ends of the marketplace (exclusively business-to-business sales for Oracle vs. more of a retail model for Intuit), but operate with remarkable, similarly high gross profit margins. Gross margins for the two are nearly the best of any Big Tech peer or competing enterprise.

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Management decisions and focus seem to be conservative and deliberate at Oracle, while Intuit is a leader in reviewing customer surveys and ratings to reinvent its software over time. Both have engaged in major merger deals in exact years to fill in gaps for offerings and add new levels of data for future AI endeavors.

Oracle is in the process of digesting its $28 billion acquisition of Cerner, one of the world’s top medical recordkeeping enterprises. The merger idea is medical care information can be more effectively managed through Oracle’s cloud networks and operating systems, with the combined effort able to expand faster outside the U.S. For sure, co-founder and Executive Chairman Larry Ellison has been searching for ways to increase Oracle growth rates.

Intuit bought Credit Karma (a free to use financial information website) for $8 billion in 2020 and Mailchimp (email marketing for small business) for $12 billion in 2021. Management has been busy entering new markets to provide small business with useful products, and opening avenues to cross-sell existing software.

Operating Highlights

Oracle’s growth rate estimates for sales and earnings are in the neighborhood of 9%-12% annually. The Cerner deal was small in comparison to ORCL’s $190 billion stock market capitalization, and may not move the needle much for accelerating investor interest.

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While Oracle is a leader in cloud and networking infrastructure, analytics, software and solutions for big business, Intuit is the top cloud software and online provider for small businesses in America, running QuickBooks, TurboTax, Mint (budget tracking and financial management), Credit Karma, and Mailchimp, among other popular names. Intuit has projected underlying growth rates of 15%-20% annually the next five years vs. an equity capitalization of $105 billion today.

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Valuations

Let's quickly run through some investing data points for comparison. If your goal is low upfront valuations of the operating business, Oracle looks like the clear winner. Assuming a zero-growth future for both organizations, Oracle would be the better choice, hands down. Enterprise value, including equity and debt capitalizations, to forward projected EBITDA or Revenues favors Oracle as the bargain choice.

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However, cash flow valuations are considerably closer to each other. In fact, price to "trailing" free cash flow generation favors Intuit (good for a nearly 4% free cash flow yield at $385 per share).

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Business Growth and Investment Returns

If your investment goal is maximized gains for your brokerage account, Intuit's excellent level of growth has driven a material price advance. Trailing total returns have more closely followed growth rates in the underlying businesses since 2020, with Intuit as the top choice.

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And, Intuit is projected to grow much faster than Oracle for years to come, highlighted on the consensus estimate tables below.

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ORCL, Seeking Alpha - Analyst Estimates - July 13th, 2022

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INTU, Seeking Alpha - Analyst Estimates - July 13th, 2022

Since late 2021, both have suffered from the rise in interest rates and a looming economic slowdown, just like Wall Street equities generally or other Big Tech selections. Investment losses over the past year are hovering around -20% for both Oracle and Intuit.

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Yet, the difference in growth rates has made a huge impact on investor returns over longer periods of time. On a 5-year performance chart, total returns including price appreciation and dividends have favored Intuit's rapid growth. INTU has widely outperformed Oracle, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and Invesco NASDAQ 100 ETF (QQQ).

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Momentum Tiebreaker

When you get down to a few picks with just as many pros and cons to weigh vs. the other, I defer to the trading momentum picture to make my final judgment. Overall, I do find Intuit’s underlying long-term technical indicators are holding up better, some of them drawn underneath the price/volume stats on the 18-month chart below. Specifically, the stronger Negative Volume Index and On Balance Volume stats are noteworthy for Intuit, despite a steeper percentage price decline. So, in my final comparative analysis, I believe Intuit is the more intelligent long-term buy, regardless of its higher upfront valuation today.

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What If They Merged Operations?

When researching this article, I had a crazy thought. Putting the two together would create one of the world’s top cloud and business software/solutions sellers for everyone in the working world, with cross-selling possibilities and future artificial intelligence [AI] data gathering/parsing/learning to help productivity across the board. An example of merger synergies, Oracle could extend its accounting software reach with the QuickBooks name as a starter package for more advanced company-specific applications.

Here’s my theoretical proposal: Oracle could use help with outside-of-the-box thinking on enabling business customer efficiency. Intuit could benefit from larger data scale and a smarter introduction to international markets with the right partner. Oracle would have better direct access selling its cloud products to tens of millions of existing Intuit customers. The Intuit ecosystem is a much larger pond and could eventually funnel successful business customers to Oracle products, a function of existing goodwill built over the years.

Together, the AI possibilities in the future are quite mindboggling, with an active client/user footprint as high as 200 million in five years (Intuit’s goal number vs. 430,000 current customers for Oracle). Why not use Intuit's high ratings by customers to your advantage?

A “New” Microsoft?

If you will, Oracle/Intuit could become the “new” Microsoft (MSFT), with a full complement of offerings for every part of the business community. For a theoretical purchase price, I am assuming an all-stock Oracle bid with a slight 20% price premium paid for Intuit (more of a merger of equals).

You would think adding a somewhat different business software firm with a retail focus vs. Oracle’s networking application background might alter management decision-making in a negative way. Perhaps, but Microsoft’s strength is offering everything from consumer software and operating systems at the retail level all the way up to cloud and networking services for big business. The expansion of brand name awareness and cross-selling of services is the beauty of Microsoft’s business model. Apple (AAPL), Alphabet/Google (GOOG) (GOOGL), and Amazon (AMZN) are running the same approach to much higher business growth rates and investor returns than Oracle. To a degree, Oracle’s legacy business is stuck in a slower growth position, as it competes with a short list of well-heeled multinationals for the same big business pie of cloud and networking spend.

Looking forward, a marriage of estimated growth rates the next two years would get the combined company closer to Microsoft’s top-tier forecast in the cloud and software services area of Big Tech.

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On a 20% premium offer for Intuit, combined enterprise value on forward revenues would be an estimated 6.9x multiple. For this higher margin business, the relative valuation would be a solid 20% discount to the analyst estimated 8.5x multiple for Microsoft. (Remember: both Oracle and Intuit generate far higher gross profit margins on sales in the 80% range vs. Microsoft's current 69%.)

EV to forward EBITDA for the merged company would be about the same as Microsoft’s estimate. However, my proposed combined price to forward 1-year earnings multiple of 17.5x would roughly stand at a 15% discount to Microsoft’s 20.5x ratio.

The point of this exercise is a combination of Oracle and Intuit assets would initially be priced at a discount to Microsoft's valuation, with an outlook just as bright. More than likely, institutions and mutual/hedge funds would be very excited to own an equivalent growth rate, higher margin blue-chip business than Microsoft in the U.S. high tech space.

Final Thoughts

Intuit is good for a starter position at $385, but I am still looking for lower quotes in the weeks/months ahead. I rate INTU between a Buy and Hold presently. My view is further outsized weakness in Intuit should absolutely be bought by long-term investors. Prices closer to $300 a share would be strong buy territory. I rate Oracle more of a market-performer or Hold in a weakening economic environment, as currently positioned. Of course, lower pricing would bring a more compelling bullish argument.

Nevertheless, a fully integrated cloud solutions/software company able to sell to every and any business outfit in America (through both back-office and retail sales) could be truly interesting to own. While Intuit is not the obvious choice for a takeover play by Oracle, I believe it offers a unique chance to kick-start operating growth rates and Wall Street interest. A combination of innovative services/platforms for small business with Oracle's focus on big tech, big business, big data could open all kinds of cross-selling opportunities and enhance the Oracle brand name with consumers/customers.

As AI problem-solving becomes more common in our data-driven world, the merged organizations would have unique offerings and scale to help businesses grow throughout their lifecycle. Access to huge amounts of Intuit data on small business activities would be the AI icing on the cake to target greater efficiencies and new products for American business success. The combined effort would rival International Business Machines (IBM), Meta Platforms (META), Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Alphabet for potential AI revenue success.

What are the odds of my mental exercise happening in the real world? I would guess the odds are low, but the idea is worthwhile to contemplate. I am confident an Oracle/Intuit marriage would greatly Boost and diversify the prospects for either set of shareholders vs. a standalone setup.

Thanks for reading. Please consider this article a first step in your due diligence process. Consulting with a registered and experienced investment advisor is recommended before making any trade.

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Killexams : iSON Technologies Implements Oracle Property Manager Solution

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iSON Technologies is implementing the Oracle property manager solution through its recently acquired GTS Technologies, at Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) Dubai, UAE.

The DWTC Oracle property manager implementation project went live on 14th Sep 2016 despite the complexity of implementation, tight timeline.

Chief Growth Officer at iSON Technologies, Mr. Akshay Grover, said; “The real estate industry value chain spans across site development cycle, construction life cycle, sales and leasing cycle, facility management cycle.
“GTS, now acquired by iSON Technologies has made property management, maintenance and leasing simpler with our Oracle property and CRM solutions. iSON GTS is fully equipped and continues to add value to its client base in the construction and real-estate sector across these four areas.

“Through this implementation, DWTC is geared up to have a unified view of the tenant contracts and agreements. The system enables DWTC to intelligently manage their real estate portfolio by streamlining and automating lease administration and space management.

According to Grover, the objective of the project was to implement a system to manage the DWTC properties in terms of customer relationship management, pre-leasing, leasing and property management and billing and also eliminate many of the manual processes and automate the tasks and reminders at different milestones.

Speaking more about the project, the company said; “DWTC being one of the major Oracle customers, is a very prestigious account for us. We approached the project with lot of care since the solution had to cover diverse business areas including leasing of retail, commercial and residential properties, house keeping contracts, car parking, among others.

Real Estate is one of the verticals in which iSON GTS demonstrates its expertise but we still approach each project on its merits. Each project is unique and comes with its own set of challenges. In case of DWTC Project, time line was a constraint and the client expected us to deliver the project in 5 months including the additional customization and we are happy we were able to deliver the same in the defined timeframe, the company said.

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Killexams : Accenture Named a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 7, 2022--

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has been named a Leader in the Gartner “ Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. This Magic Quadrant assessed the relative positioning of 19 service providers based on completeness of vision and ability to execute worldwide in delivering the full life cycle of Oracle Cloud Application services.

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According to the report, “‘By year-end 2024, 75% of Oracle application services revenue will be cloud-related as enterprises accelerate their move to the cloud in response to the massive disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.” Additionally, “70% of large ERP deployments will be executed by predominantly remote rather than on-site implementation teams,” and, “60% of organizations will select integrated financial management capabilities as their preferred approach to process automation.”

“Accenture’s longstanding alliance with Oracle and our full spectrum of industry and function solutions continue to propel clients around the world to realize the full potential of the cloud, driving better business outcomes across the board. We believe our recognition as a Leader in the Gartner report is a testament to this, and a strong indicator of future success in delivering greater value for customers via Oracle technologies,” said Phillip Hazen, senior managing director and Accenture Oracle Business Group lead.

According to Gartner, “Organizations are looking for a vendor that can support them throughout their cloud adoption journey — from designing the transformation, implementing the solution to ongoing support for their cloud environments. This demands excellent abilities to understand the client’s business requirements and to collaborate in an ongoing way. Vendors that can do both of these in addition to demonstrating excellence in technology enablement are those that are most successful in this market.”

Accenture has deep global capability across a range of Oracle solutions with thousands of Oracle-skilled consultants worldwide who help accelerate digital transformation by implementing Oracle-based business solutions and new business processes that develop and evolve as their digital business grows. Accenture has teamed with Oracle for over 30 years and is a member of Oracle Partner Network. For more information on the Accenture and Oracle relationship, visit www.accenture.com/oracle.

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Killexams : ISG to Publish Reports on Oracle Ecosystem Partners

STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 8, 2022--

Information Services Group ( ISG ) (Nasdaq: III ), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has launched a research study examining service providers that help enterprises and U.S. public sector agencies take advantage of Oracle enterprise software and cloud infrastructure technology.

The study results on Oracle ecosystem services for enterprises will be published in a comprehensive ISG Provider Lens™ report, called Oracle Ecosystem 2022, scheduled to be released in December. The report will cover companies offering services including consulting, implementation, integration and managed services. At the same time, ISG will publish the U.S. Public Sector Oracle Ecosystem 2022 report, covering providers with experience in developing and supporting Oracle solutions for public sector entities in the U.S.

Enterprise buyers will be able to use information from the reports to evaluate their current vendor relationships, potential new engagements and available offerings, while ISG advisors use the information to recommend providers to the firm’s buy-side clients.

Enterprises worldwide have responded to the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic by speeding up strategies to integrate business systems, automate workloads and enhance core business functions. Amid the pandemic, public agencies in the U.S. have faced growing pressure to reduce costs and better serve constituents while operating under specific constraints that most companies do not face.

“Oracle is at the center of enterprise software transformation, including migration to the cloud,” said Jan Erik Aase, partner and global leader, ISG Provider Lens Research. “Oracle partners are critical to companies and public agencies that want to benefit from Oracle’s latest technologies.”

The enterprise software industry, including giants like Oracle, has fast-tracked modernization of its products in response to these needs. Oracle’s service provider partners help clients achieve their business goals using modern software enhanced with AI, machine learning and cloud capabilities. Oracle continues to invest in its partners by providing training programs and expanding their expertise, including enabling them to build customized solutions for business-specific challenges.

For the Oracle Ecosystem study, ISG has distributed surveys to more than 100 Oracle service providers. Working in collaboration with ISG’s global advisors, the research team will produce three quadrants representing the digital services and products the typical enterprise is buying, based on ISG’s experience working with its clients. The three quadrants are:

  • Consulting and Advisory Services, evaluating service providers that help enterprises maximize the value of existing and new Oracle investments in order to modernize, optimize and transform their business operations.
  • Implementation and Integration Services, assessing providers that specialize in implementing and integrating Oracle applications and infrastructure technologies for enterprises. Key capabilities include creating implementation plans and data migration strategies, deploying cloud environments and ensuring security and governance.
  • Managed Services, covering providers of turnkey managed services for running enterprise clients’ businesses, including technical and operational tasks, with support delivered onsite, offsite or both. The providers should offer hands-on training in Oracle applications and technologies.

Geographically focused reports from the study will cover the global Oracle services market and examine products and services available in the U.S., Brazil and Germany. ISG analysts Arun Kumar Singh, Meenakshi Srivastava, Elaine Barth, Gabriel Sobanski and Ulrich Meister will serve as authors of the report.

A list of identified providers and vendors and further details on the study are available in this digital brochure.

For the U.S. Public Sector study, ISG has distributed surveys to approximately 50 providers of Oracle services to public sector clients in the U.S. The three quadrants are:

  • Consulting and Advisory Services, evaluating providers that help public sector clients modernize, optimize and transform their operations. Their services can include assessing an agency’s maturity, improving and maintaining Oracle investments, developing future-state models, assessing security and developing governance processes.
  • Implementation and Integration Services, assessing providers specialized in implementation, migration and integration around Oracle applications and infrastructure technologies. The providers should have expertise in public sector organizational, operational and compliance requirements.
  • Managed Services, covering providers of turnkey managed services spanning applications, technology and infrastructure for public sector organizations using Oracle software and infrastructure.

A report will cover relevant services available in the U.S. public sector. ISG analysts Phil Hassey and Meenakshi Srivastava will serve as authors of the report.

A list of identified providers and vendors and further details on the U.S. public sector study are available in this digital brochure.

Providers not listed in either brochure can contact ISG and ask to be included in the studies.

All 2022 ISG Provider Lens™ evaluations now feature new and expanded customer experience (CX) data that measures real enterprise experience with specific provider services and solutions, based on ISG’s continuous CX research. Enterprise customers wishing to share their experience about a specific provider or vendor are encouraged to register here to receive a personalized survey URL. Participants will receive a copy of this report in return for their feedback.

About ISG Provider Lens™ Research

The ISG Provider Lens™ Quadrant research series is the only service provider evaluation of its kind to combine empirical, data-driven research and market analysis with the real-world experience and observations of ISG’s global advisory team. Enterprises will find a wealth of detailed data and market analysis to help guide their selection of appropriate sourcing partners, while ISG advisors use the reports to validate their own market knowledge and make recommendations to ISG’s enterprise clients. The research currently covers providers offering their services globally, across Europe, as well as in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, the U.K., France, Benelux, Germany, Switzerland, the Nordics, Australia and Singapore/Malaysia, with additional markets to be added in the future. For more information about ISG Provider Lens research, please visit this webpage.

A companion research series, the ISG Provider Lens Archetype reports, offer a first-of-its-kind evaluation of providers from the perspective of specific buyer types.

About ISG

ISG (Information Services Group) (Nasdaq: III ) is a leading global technology research and advisory firm. A trusted business partner to more than 800 clients, including more than 75 of the world’s top 100 enterprises, ISG is committed to helping corporations, public sector organizations, and service and technology providers achieve operational excellence and faster growth. The firm specializes in digital transformation services, including automation, cloud and data analytics; sourcing advisory; managed governance and risk services; network carrier services; strategy and operations design; change management; market intelligence and technology research and analysis. Founded in 2006, and based in Stamford, Conn., ISG employs more than 1,300 digital-ready professionals operating in more than 20 countries—a global team known for its innovative thinking, market influence, deep industry and technology expertise, and world-class research and analytical capabilities based on the industry’s most comprehensive marketplace data. For more information, visit www.isg-one.com.

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Killexams : Accenture Named a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide

Accenture Named a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. This Magic Quadrant assessed the relative positioning of 19 service providers based on completeness of vision and ability to execute worldwide in delivering the full life cycle of Oracle Cloud Application services.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220707005099/en/

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. (Photo: Business Wire)

For the fourth consecutive year, Accenture has been named a Leader in the Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Applications Services, Worldwide,” the global research and advisory firm’s annual assessment of Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications service providers. (Photo: Business Wire)

According to the report, “‘By year-end 2024, 75% of Oracle application services revenue will be cloud-related as enterprises accelerate their move to the cloud in response to the massive disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.” Additionally, “70% of large ERP deployments will be executed by predominantly remote rather than on-site implementation teams,” and, “60% of organizations will select integrated financial management capabilities as their preferred approach to process automation.”

“Accenture’s longstanding alliance with Oracle and our full spectrum of industry and function solutions continue to propel clients around the world to realize the full potential of the cloud, driving better business outcomes across the board. We believe our recognition as a Leader in the Gartner report is a testament to this, and a strong indicator of future success in delivering greater value for customers via Oracle technologies,” said Phillip Hazen, senior managing director and Accenture Oracle Business Group lead.

According to Gartner, “Organizations are looking for a vendor that can support them throughout their cloud adoption journey — from designing the transformation, implementing the solution to ongoing support for their cloud environments. This demands excellent abilities to understand the client’s business requirements and to collaborate in an ongoing way. Vendors that can do both of these in addition to demonstrating excellence in technology enablement are those that are most successful in this market.”

Accenture has deep global capability across a range of Oracle solutions with thousands of Oracle-skilled consultants worldwide who help accelerate digital transformation by implementing Oracle-based business solutions and new business processes that develop and evolve as their digital business grows. Accenture has teamed with Oracle for over 30 years and is a member of Oracle Partner Network. For more information on the Accenture and Oracle relationship, visit www.accenture.com/oracle.

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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Oracle Cloud Application Services, Worldwide 20 April 2022, by Analyst(s): Gunjan Gupta, Denis Torii, Alan Stanley, Akshit Malik, Rajib Gupta, Eric Cheung

About Accenture

Accenture is a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries, we offer Strategy and Consulting, Technology and Operations services and Accenture Song — all powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centers. Our 710,000 people deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity every day, serving clients in more than 120 countries. We embrace the power of change to create value and shared success for our clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities. Visit us at accenture.com.

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