Oracle is witnessing rapid adoption of Oracle Cloud Applications in the Middle East, with DP World, Emirates NBD, Dubai Airports, Galadari Automobiles, Nissan Middle East, Emaar, AW Rostamani, Kamal Osman Jamjoom Group, Ducab, du telecom, First Abu Dhabi Bank and many more driving major transformation with Oracle Cloud Applications.
Oracle also announced two new regional appointments to support its cloud business in the Middle East. Leopoldo Boado has been appointed as the Senior Vice President, Business Applications for Eastern, Central Europe and Middle East Africa, ECEMEA, region. Marwan Alzughaibi joins Oracle as the new Business Applications Leader for Saudi Arabia.
These appointments are part of Oracle’s commitment to deliver the most modern cloud technologies and infrastructure for the region, and to support Oracle customers’ digital transformation initiatives. The appointments follow the announcement that Oracle’s first cloud data centre for the region has gone live in Jeddah. Oracle’s infrastructure roadmap for the region includes three more cloud infrastructure regions for the GCC, with one additional region in Saudi Arabia and two in the UAE.
Boado said, “Middle East is an exciting region, with some terrific digital initiatives already underway. Above everything else, our focus is on being closer to our customers to help accelerate their digital transformation journeys. We define our success by our customers’ success, whether it is responding to growing demands, reengineering efficient operations or developing new business models.”
“With 1,100+ cloud applications, we are geared to provide businesses with an unparalleled choice through the world’s most complete and innovative suite of applications. This puts us in a unique position to deliver the business resilience and innovation that our customers need today. Recent months have demonstrated the need for organizations to be able to accelerate their digital transformation utilising cloud-based solutions, to have the flexibility and agility to adjust to changing market conditions.”