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Oracle to partner NITDA, Galaxy Backbone to drive government transparency agenda




The Chief Executive Officer, Oracle Technologies, Adebayo Sani, has said that his company has plans to partner with the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and other relevant agencies to ensure the application of technology to drive present government transparency agenda, ITRealms reports.

Adebayo was speaking at the 2015 Oracle Cloud Day, Tuesday, in Lagos. He pointed out that such agency and organisation as NITDA and Galaxy Backbone which assist government in the formulation of technology policies are key to Oracle Cloud technology transition leadership roadmap.

He went further to say that his company has achieved a record 33 billion daily transaction globally, saying that Oracle Cloud has 19 data centres across 190 countries which is geared toward enhancing better service delivery to the teeming customers.

“We’ve seen growth in our leadership capacity in three key areas which include software as a service, platform as a service and infrastructure as a service,” adding that Oracle Cloud is tailored towards business agility, cost effectiveness, less complexity while not relegating security as uppermost in the company’s strategy. He also said it is only Oracle Cloud that has the ability to move customers from On Premise to Cloud and back to private depending on customer choice”.

“Today, the cost of technology is no longer considered an issue for any company that wants to use IT to drive business innovation. CEOs need to strive for agility irrespective of the size of their organization; to remain progressive and forward-thinking, despite how they may perceive their company today in an ever-changing competitive landscape; and to have a team that is really focused on using IT as an innovation driver in every part of their business,” Sani said.

“Now in its fourth year, Oracle Cloud Day, formerly Oracle Day, has been a tremendous success in Nigeria and provided a valuable opportunity for our customers, partners and prospects to gain insight into the technologies that are transforming business. In the cloud we are seeing a generational shift in computing as significant as the shift to personal computing was forty years ago,”

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