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It's not often you hear about African tech companies expanding into Europe. Some examples include fintechs Lidya and Korapay in Eastern Europe and the U.K., respectively. In the latest development, Bluechip Technologies, an African enterprise company that partners with international OEMs like Microsoft and Oracle and provides data warehousing solutions and enterprise applications to banks, telcos and insurance firms, is announcing its European launch. 

The Nigeria-based systems integrator said the strategic expansion positions it as a "new competitive entrant in the EU market offering data warehousing and analytics products as well as highly experienced senior data engineers from its Nigeria team as consultants for European firms." 

Olumide Soyombo, one of Nigeria's high-profile angel investors who launched Voltron Capital last year, started Bluechip Technologies in 2008 with Kazeem Tewogbade. The company specializes in data warehousing, analytics and enterprise systems for banks and telcos. Having launched with a ₦5 million (~$30,000 at the time) seed investment from Soyombo's father, Bluechip Technologies has grown to employ nearly 200 consultants and expanded across other African markets such as Kenya, DRC Congo, Zambia and Ghana. Some of its clients have pan-African and global reach, including FirstBank, MTN, 9mobile, Lafarge, GTBank and Access Bank. 

Bluechip's data warehouse product collates data from disparate sources, translating them into information that gets businesses to understand trends such as customer lifetime value, churn and business analytics on gathered data. Telcos also use its simplex voucher management system to create airtime vouchers. 

With its recently launched Primo Academy, a pipeline six-month program of data professionals (sort of like an Andela-esque model) for itself, local and international partners, Bluechip Technologies is also one of the few African tech companies focusing on training and placing data professionals. 

According to Soyombo, the post-pandemic trend in remote working, a critical shortage of tech talent and an increase in demand for managing data more efficiently present a great opportunity for his company to deliver specialized services in Europe (recent research projects the region's big data and business analytics market size to hit $105 billion+ by 2027). Also, the company, having delivered -- in partnership with international OEMs -- a range of enterprise tech infrastructure solutions in the African market, thinks it can do the same in Europe and plans to target the telco and banking sector from its Ireland base. 

"We built this core enterprise business application for banks and telcos and the talent pool to address these needs. The whole play here is to be that systems integrator provider to the EU market. The pandemic has accelerated the need for that global flat workspace, and how to place those engineers while working with our partners like Oracle and Microsoft, and to do this cheaper than India or Eastern Europe," said Soyombo. 

Richard Lewis will lead the European expansion as CEO of Bluechip EU Subsidiary. He was the CEO of Business Logic Systems, a Bluechip partner based in the U.K. In 2017, Business Logic was acquired by Ireland-based Evolving Systems, a provider of software for connected mobile devices to over 100 network operators across 60+ countries; Lewis was the company's senior vice president of global sales until this year. His experience will prove vital in placing Bluechip's data engineers and IP-packaged products (including its newly launched customer data management and cash management solutions) with European partners.

"Richard has a good feel of the market. He has seen some of the initial requirements from customers that can make him say, "hey, if this is how what you're paying for a developer in India, we can give you an equally quality developer for 20-30% less this price. And that's the target that we're pursuing," Soyombo said.

Richard Lewis (CEO, Bluechip Technologies EU). Image Credits: Bluechip Technologies

Bluechip's growth over the past decade has almost mirrored the development of the African tech ecosystem and similar businesses in the same time frame despite the company not being venture-backed (its business is such that VC money isn't necessarily required to scale). For instance, when Andela launched in 2014, it only had physical hubs in Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda to source, vet and train engineers to be part of remote teams for international companies. However, after going fully remote, the unicorn saw a 750% increase in applicants outside Africa as it expanded to over 80 countries. 

Ultimately, Bluechip, which operates the Andela-esque model for one of its services, plans to become a legacy multinational information technology services and consulting company like India's Tata Consulting and Tech Mahindra. In 2014, the company clocked about $5 million in revenue. Last year, it generated almost $50 million. With its pan-African and global expansion plans, Soyombo predicts that the company's revenues might hit $250 million in five years. "We want to try it out on the EU market and see how it works. The plan is also to expand further elsewhere like French-speaking Africa and possibly North America," said the co-founder and investor.

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Killexams : Oracle begins laying off workforce

Cloud major Oracle has started laying off employees ahead of its quarterly earnings, as the affected staff took to social media to reveal they have been asked to go, the media reported on Tuesday. The Registrar said that Oracle staff is reporting layoffs across LinkedIn, Twitter and thelayoff.com, and it can affect its workforce in the US, Europe and India in the coming months. Most reports of job losses came in the fields of CX pre-sales engineers and marketing. “One person reported all of the CX Commerce team was gone,” the report mentioned. However, the layoffs appear to be across a wide range of roles — from analyst relations to talent acquisition, to CRM to developers. Affected employees are accurate hires to workers with over 20 years of service. “Hearing overall layoff numbers are pushing 10,000. That would roughly make sense if they want to save $1 billion overall,” wrote one user on Thelayoff. Oracle was yet to comment on the development. In June, Oracle, which employs about 143,000 people globally, reported 5 per cent growth in fiscal 2022 revenue to $42.44 billion. Last month, The Information reported citing sources that Oracle considered laying off thousands of workers to save up to $1 billion in cost-cutting measures. The proposed job cuts could “disproportionately impact US and Europe-based workers in units such as marketing for software applications that automate customer service and e-commerce functions”. The potential layoffs came as Oracle closed its $28 billion acquisition of electronic healthcare records firm Cerner. The acquisition brought in about 28,000 Cerner employees, according to the company’s website.

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Killexams : 8 execs who've joined Oracle in 2022 as it reorganizes around its huge Cerner acquisition — and 6 who left

Departure: Juergen Lindner, senior vice president of marketing for subscription software applications

Oracle

Lindner, a senior vice president and head of marketing for Oracle's human resources and finance software, is expected to depart the company, according to a report from The Information.

Lindner has been with Oracle for nearly five years, and he formerly reported to Ariel Kelman, the company's chief marketing officer. Before Oracle, Lindner spent nine years leading sales and execution strategies at the software giant SAP.

While reporting Lindner's expected departure, The Information also said his team could face layoffs and a reorganization as Oracle considers ways to cut costs.

Departure: Janet George, former group vice president of cloud native and artificial intelligence

Oracle

George, a former group vice president of cloud native technologies and artificial intelligence, left Oracle in February.

George had been with the database giant for about three years, and she previously led artificial-intelligence initiatives at the computer-hardware maker Western Digital.

She was poached by the chipmaker Intel to oversee its data center, AI, and cloud-enterprise division. George's hiring was part of a larger reorganization of Intel's data center and AI group in the face of growing competition, CRN reported.

Departure: Dorian Daley, general counsel

Oracle

Daley serves as an executive vice president and general counsel at Oracle. She announced her retirement from the database giant in June and plans to depart in August, according to a accurate securities filing.

Daley joined Oracle in 1992 after a stint at a commercial-litigation group in San Francisco. She has also served as the company's head of litigation and played a key role in its various legal battles including its fight against Google over copyright of the Java programming language.

Daley is expected to help with the transition of her duties until her retirement next month, according to the filing.

Departure: Philippe Mathieu, former executive vice president of EMEA and JAPAC

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Mathieu, a former executive vice president of sales for Oracle's Europe, Middle East, and Africa region, as well as the Japan and the Asia-Pacific region, joined Palantir in January, according to a release from his new employer.

Mathieu now serves as Palantir's head of sales in EMEA. He's responsible for expanding the data-analysis firm's presence in the region.

Mathieu worked at Oracle for 15 years before departing for Palantir. He first joined the database giant through its acquisition of the software company Hyperion Solutions in 2007.

Departure: Chris Donato, former executive vice president, North America applications and consulting

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Donato, a former executive vice president of applications and consulting in Oracle's North America region, left the company and joined Celonis in January, according to a release.

Donato now serves as president of global sales at the data analysis and automation startup. He is responsible for helping its customers expand their use of its platform.

Donato was an Oracle veteran who had been with the company for over 25 years. He started his career as an account manager at the database giant in 1996.

Re-hire: Don Johnson, head of Oracle Health engineering

Oracle

While not a new hire altogether, Johnson has a new role leading engineering for Oracle Health, according to an internal memo reported by the Kansas City Business Journal.

As part of his new role, Johnson is set to oversee engineering and product for all of its new healthcare division's applications and platform services. Top Cerner leaders like the chief technology officer Jerome Labat and the chief product officer Brenna Quinn now report to Johnson.

Johnson had most recently stepped down from his role leading Oracle Cloud in January, Insider reported. According to a January email viewed by Insider, Johnson announced he was moving to serve as an advisor to the Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison on new healthcare cloud initiatives. Leadership of Oracle's cloud division now falls under Clay Magouyrk.

Before joining Oracle in 2014, he was a principal engineer at the Oracle rival Amazon Web Services.

Hire: David Feinberg, chairman of Oracle Health Global Industry Unit

Oracle

Feinberg was the president and CEO of the medical-records giant Cerner, which Oracle bought in a $28 billion deal late last year.

Following the deal's approval in June, Feinberg became chairman of the new Oracle Health Global Industry Unit, according to an internal memo reported by the Kansas City Business Journal. Feinberg's role will include growing relationships in the healthcare community, the memo said.

Feinberg, a pediatric psychiatrist, previously spent about three years as vice president of Google Health. He was also the president and CEO of the health department at the University of California at Los Angeles.

Hire: Jerome Labat, chief technology officer of Cerner

Oracle

A accurate internal memo reported by the Kansas City Business Journal said the Cerner executive Labat would report to Don Johnson, the new head of Oracle Health engineering. While details weren't provided on Labat's new role, the memo said the structure was designed to provide more "technical resources and capabilities" to the Oracle Health engineering team.

Labat joined Cerner in 2020 from Micro Focus, a British software and IT firm, where he was CTO. He is also no stranger to Oracle; Labat previously worked at the database giant for nearly 17 years, leading its infrastructure automation and operations.

Hire: Brenna Quinn, chief product officer of Cerner

Oracle

The memo reported by the Kansas City Business Journal said that along with Labat, Quinn too would report to Johnson, the new head of Oracle Health engineering.

Quinn joined Cerner in 2015 as part of the medical-records giant's acquisition of the medical-device firm Siemens Health Services. While at Siemens, she was responsible for product management, research, and development.

Hire: Curt Ohrt, senior vice president of healthcare platforms

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Ohrt is a senior vice president of healthcare platforms at Oracle. He joined the database giant in June, according to his LinkedIn profile, and has planned to hire "hundreds" of engineers to build Oracle's healthcare platforms.

Ohrt's career change comes at the same time Oracle's $28 billion purchase of Cerner was approved. Cerner is now part of Oracle's new Health Global Industry Unit, according to an internal memo reported by the Kansas City Business Journal.

Ohrt's hiring is a big win for Oracle's healthcare engineering ambitions. He was previously a vice president of software development at Amazon Web Services, where he was responsible for data-center software. Following the appointment of Adam Selipsky as AWS CEO last year, Ohrt was moved under the senior vice president Peter DeSantis.

Ohrt was also a vice president of software development for Amazon's marketplace platform.

Hire: Ruchi Bhargava, vice president of engineering

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Bhargava joined Oracle as a vice president of engineering in June, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Bhargava has a background leading cloud and software organizations at companies including Comcast and Intel. Before Oracle, she was a managing director and CTO at JPMorgan.

At Intel, Bhargava oversaw the open-source strategy for its cloud and software business and was responsible for its hybrid cloud product development.

Hire: Pete Leuzzi, vice president of worldwide channels and alliances sales

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Leuzzi joined Oracle as a vice president of worldwide channels and alliances sales in April, according to his LinkedIn profile. Leuzzi is responsible for managing Oracle's partner ecosystem and its revenue.

Before Oracle, Leuzzi spent about five years leading the telecom giant Verizon's partner ecosystem, including overseeing its system-integrator partners.

Leuzzi was also a vice president of sales at the telecom company Ericsson and spent five years as a manager of Microsoft's operator partners.

Hire: Nick Redshaw, senior vice president of Oracle Cloud, Middle East and Africa

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Redshaw is a senior vice president of Oracle's cloud in the Middle East and Africa region, and he joined the database giant in February, according to his LinkedIn profile. He is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Redshaw was formerly a vice president at IBM, where he spent over 36 years leading sales of servers and systems in North America and Europe.

Redshaw is charged with growing Oracle's cloud business in the Middle East and Africa. In November, the company opened a second cloud region in the United Arab Emirates.

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Killexams : Apple Just Patched 39 iPhone Security Bugs

July has been a month of important updates, including patches for already-exploited vulnerabilities in Microsoft and Google products. This month also saw the first Apple iOS update in eight weeks, fixing dozens of security flaws in iPhones and iPads.

Security vulnerabilities continue to hit enterprise products, too, with July patches issued for SAP, Cisco, and Oracle software. Here’s what you need to know about the vulnerabilities fixed in July.

Apple iOS 15.6

Apple has released iOS and iPadOS 15.6 to fix 39 security flaws, including an issue in Apple File System (APFS) tracked as CVE-2022-32832. If exploited, the vulnerability could allow an app to execute code with kernel privileges, according to Apple’s support page, giving it deep access to your device.

Other iOS 15.6 patches fix vulnerabilities in the kernel and WebKit browser engine, as well as flaws in IOMobileFrameBuffer, Audio, iCloud Photo Library, ImageIO, Apple Neural Engine, and GPU Drivers.

Apple isn’t aware of any of the patched flaws being used in attacks, but some of the vulnerabilities are pretty serious—especially those affecting the kernel at the heart of the operating system. It’s also possible for vulnerabilities to be chained together in attacks, so make sure you update as soon as possible.

The iOS 15.6 patches were released alongside watchOS 8.7, tvOS 15.6, macOS Monterey 12.5, macOS Big Sur 11.6.8, and macOS Catalina 10.15.7 2022-005.

Google Chrome

Google released an emergency patch for its Chrome browser in July, fixing four issues, including a zero-day flaw that has already been exploited. Tracked as CVE-2022-2294 and reported by Avast Threat Intelligence researchers, the memory corruption vulnerability in WebRTC was abused to achieve shellcode execution in Chrome’s renderer process.

The flaw was used in targeted attacks against Avast users in the Middle East, including journalists in Lebanon, to deliver spyware called DevilsTongue.

Based on the malware and tactics used to carry out the attack, Avast attributes the use of the Chrome zero-day to Candiru, an Israel-based company that sells spyware to governments.

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday

Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday is a big one, fixing 84 security issues including a flaw already being used in real-world attacks. The vulnerability, CVE-2022-22047, is a local privilege escalation flaw in the Windows Client/Server Runtime Subsystem (CSRSS) server and client Windows platforms, including the latest Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 releases. An attacker able to successfully exploit the vulnerability could gain System privileges, according to Microsoft.

Of the 84 issues patched in Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday, 52 were privilege escalation flaws, four were security feature bypass vulnerabilities, and 12 were remote code execution issues.

Microsoft security patches do sometimes cause other issues, and the July update was no different: Following the release, some users found MS Access runtime applications did not open. Thankfully, the firm is rolling out a fix.

Android July Security Bulletin

Google has released July updates for its Android operating system, including a fix for a critical security vulnerability in the System component that could lead to remote code execution with no additional privileges needed.

Google also fixed serious issues in the kernel–which could result in information disclosure—and the framework, which could lead to local privilege escalation. Meanwhile, vendor-specific patches from MediaTek, Qualcomm, and Unisoc are available if your device is using those chips. Samsung devices are starting to receive the July patch, and Google also released updates for its Pixel range.

SAP

Software maker SAP has issued 27 new and updated security notes as part of its July Security Patch Day, fixing multiple high-severity vulnerabilities. Tracked as CVE-2022-35228, the most serious issue is an information disclosure flaw in the central management console of the vendor’s Business Objects platform.

The vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker to gain token information over the network, according to security firm Onapsis. “Fortunately, an attack like this would require a legitimate user to access the application,” the firm adds. However, it’s still important to patch as soon as possible.

Oracle

Oracle has issued 349 patches in its July 2022 Critical Patch Update, including fixes for 230 flaws that can be exploited remotely.

Oracle’s April Patch Update included 520 security fixes, some of which addressed CVE-2022-22965, aka Spring4Shell, a remote code execution flaw in the spring framework. Oracle’s July update continues to address this issue.

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Killexams : Job Cuts: Oracle Begins Laying Off Workforce, Employees Take to Social Media

San Francisco: Cloud major Oracle has started laying off employees ahead of its quarterly earnings, as the affected staff took to social media to reveal they have been asked to go, the media reported on Tuesday. The Registrar said that Oracle staff is reporting layoffs across LinkedIn, Twitter and thelayoff.com, and it can affect its workforce in the US, Europe and India in the coming months.Also Read - Indian-origin Woman Ends Life In New York After Continuous Torture For Not Bearing Son, Leaves Video Suicide Note

Most reports of job losses came in the fields of CX pre-sales engineers and marketing. “One person reported all of the CX Commerce team was gone,” the report mentioned. However, the layoffs appear to be across a wide range of roles — from analyst relations to talent acquisition, to CRM to developers. Also Read - Delhi Cop Beaten By Mob Inside Police Station; Video Goes Viral

Affected employees include accurate hires to workers with over 20 years of service. “Hearing overall layoff numbers are pushing 10,000. That would roughly make sense if they want to save $1 billion overall,” wrote one user on Thelayoff. Oracle was yet to comment on the development. Also Read - Job Cuts: Alibaba Lays Off Nearly 10,000 Employees Amid Poor Sales, Drop in Net Income

  • In June, Oracle, which employs about 143,000 people globally, reported 5 per cent growth in fiscal 2022 revenue to $42.44 billion.
  • Last month, The Information reported citing sources that Oracle considered laying off thousands of workers to save up to $1 billion in cost-cutting measures.
  • The proposed job cuts could “disproportionately impact US and Europe-based workers in units such as marketing for software applications that automate customer service and e-commerce functions”.
  • The potential layoffs came as Oracle closed its $28 billion acquisition of electronic healthcare records firm Cerner.
  • The acquisition brought in about 28,000 Cerner employees, according to the company’s website.
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Killexams : Entire CX Commerce team dumped as Oracle lays off to cut cost

The potential layoffs came as Oracle closed its $28 billion acquisition of electronic healthcare records firm Cerner

Oracle lays off

San Francisco: Cloud major Oracle has started laying off employees ahead of its quarterly earnings, as the affected staff took to social media to reveal they have been asked to go, the media reported on Tuesday.

The Registrar said that Oracle staff is reporting layoffs across LinkedIn, Twitter and thelayoff.com, and it can affect its workforce in the US, Europe and India in the coming months.

Most reports of job losses came in the fields of CX pre-sales engineers and marketing.

"One person reported all of the CX Commerce team was gone," the report mentioned.

However, the layoffs appear to be across a wide range of roles -- from analyst relations to talent acquisition, to CRM to developers.

Recent hires worst hit

Affected employees are accurate hires to workers with over 20 years of service.

"Hearing overall layoff numbers are pushing 10,000. That would roughly make sense if they want to save $1 billion overall," wrote one user on Thelayoff.

Oracle was yet to comment on the development.

In June, Oracle, which employs about 143,000 people globally, reported 5 per cent growth in fiscal 2022 revenue to $42.44 billion.

Last month, The Information reported citing sources that Oracle considered laying off thousands of workers to save up to $1 billion in cost-cutting measures.

The proposed job cuts could "disproportionately impact US and Europe-based workers in units such as marketing for software applications that automate customer service and e-commerce functions".

The potential layoffs came as Oracle closed its $28 billion acquisition of electronic healthcare records firm Cerner.

The acquisition brought in about 28,000 Cerner employees, according to the company's website.

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New SuiteApp for crypto accounting and tax meets Oracle NetSuite SuiteCloud development standards and best practices

SAN FRANCISCO, July 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Bitwave, a leading digital asset platform designed to manage the intersection of cryptocurrency tax, accounting, and compliance, today announced that its SuiteApp has achieved 'Built for NetSuite' status. The new SuiteApp, built using the Oracle NetSuite SuiteCloud Platform, helps organizations streamline and automate their crypto accounting and tax needs by reckoning their digital assets within NetSuite.

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"We are thrilled to align with Oracle NetSuite to help companies with digital asset finance," said Pat White, CEO, and Co-Founder of Bitwave. "Businesses can now fully tap into the financial opportunities that decentralized finance offers within NetSuite by streamlining the process of reconciliation in just a few clicks."

With Bitwave for NetSuite, organizations will no longer need to go through various channels to manage their accounting needs for digital assets – it can all be automated directly in NetSuite. This helps companies that donate, accept payments, or pay their employees in digital currency to remain compliant.

"Every digital asset transaction is an accounting and tax event," said Guido Haarmans, GVP, SuiteCloud Developer Network and Partner Programs, Oracle NetSuite. "This new SuiteApp extends our robust solution for digital asset finance and will help NetSuite customers track and account for all transactions accurately and efficiently."

Built for NetSuite is a program for NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partners that provides the information, resources, and methodology required to help partners verify that their applications and integrations meet NetSuite standards and best practices. The Built for NetSuite program is designed to give NetSuite customers additional confidence that SuiteApps, like Bitwave, have been built to meet these standards.

For information about Built for NetSuite SuiteApps, please visit www.netsuite.com/BuiltforNetSuite. For more information about Bitwave, please visit www.suiteapp.com.

About SuiteCloud

Oracle NetSuite's SuiteCloud platform is a comprehensive offering of cloud-based products, development tools, and services designed to help customers and commercial software developers take advantage of the significant economic benefits of cloud computing. Based on NetSuite, the industry's leading cloud-based financials / ERP software suite, SuiteCloud enables customers to run their core business operations in the cloud, and software developers to target new markets quickly with newly created mission-critical applications built to extend the power of NetSuite. 

The SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) is a comprehensive developer program for independent software vendors (ISVs) that build apps for SuiteCloud. All available and approved SuiteApps are listed on SuiteApp.com, a single-source online marketplace where NetSuite customers can find applications to meet specific business process or industry-specific needs. For more information on SuiteCloud and the SDN program, please visit https://www.netsuite.com/portal/developers/overview.shtml

About Bitwave

Bitwave is the first digital asset finance platform designed specifically to manage the intersection of cryptocurrency tax, accounting, and compliance, transforming unmanaged risk into strategic business advantage by enabling the financial revolution made possible by cryptocurrency. Bitwave powers bookkeeping, accounting, tax tracking, invoicing, bill pay, payroll, and treasury management for Decentralized Finance (DeFi), crypto, and NFTs. 

The platform is used by accounting, operations and financial professionals who are eager to tap into all of the potential digital assets but have lacked the proper accounting protocols to do so in the past. Bitwave was founded in 2018 by technology entrepreneurs Pat White and Amy Kalnoki and is based in San Francisco, CA. To learn more, visit bitwave.io

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Killexams : Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market Is Set to Experience Revolutionary Growth by 2027

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Chapter 1, Industry Overview of Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market;

Chapter 2, Classification, Specifications and Definition of Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 3, Industry Suppliers, Manufacturing Process and Cost Structure, Chain Structure, Raw Material;

Chapter 4, Research Findings/Conclusion, Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market deals channel, traders, distributors, dealers analysis;

Chapter 5, Complete Market Research, Capacity, Sales and Sales Price Analysis with Company Segment;

Chapter 6, Analysis of Regional Market that contains the United States, Europe, India, China, Japan, Korea & Taiwan;

Chapter 7 & 8, Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market Analysis by Major Manufacturers, The Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market Segment Market Analysis (by Type) and (by Application);

Chapter 9, Regional Market Trend Analysis, Market Trend by Product Type and by Application:

Chapter 10 & 11, Supply Chain Analysis, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, Global Trade Type Analysis;

Chapter 12, The Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market industry consumers Analysis;

Chapter 13, Appendix and data source of Global SaaS Enterprise Applications Market.

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Killexams : Oracle begins layoffs; Many employees in US, Europe, India face ouster

Cloud major Oracle has started laying off employees ahead of its quarterly earnings, as the affected staff took to social media, reports said on Tuesday.

The Registrar said that Oracle staff is reporting layoffs across LinkedIn, Twitter and thelayoff.com, and it can affect its workforce in the US, Europe and India in the coming months.

Most reports of job losses came in the fields of CX pre-sales engineers and marketing. "One person reported all of the CX Commerce team was gone," the report mentioned.

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However, the layoffs appear to be across a wide range of roles -- from analyst relations to talent acquisition, to CRM to developers. Affected employees are accurate hires to workers with over 20 years of service.

"Hearing overall layoff numbers are pushing 10,000. That would roughly make sense if they want to save $1 billion overall," wrote one user on Thelayoff. 

Oracle was yet to comment on the development.

In June, Oracle, which employs about 143,000 people globally, reported 5 per cent growth in fiscal 2022 revenue to $42.44 billion.

Last month, The Information reported citing sources that Oracle considered laying off thousands of workers to save up to $1 billion in cost-cutting measures.

The proposed job cuts could "disproportionately impact US and Europe-based workers in units such as marketing for software applications that automate customer service and e-commerce functions".

The potential layoffs came as Oracle closed its $28 billion acquisition of electronic healthcare records firm Cerner.

The acquisition brought in about 28,000 Cerner employees, according to the company's website.

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