Discussing the company’s latest financial results, CEO Larry Ellison mentions a future version of its signature database will have in-memory capabilities. No release date was set
An oracle, according to one online dictionary, is a statement given by a highly regarded person that can be ambiguous or obscure.
By that measure Oracle Corp. CEO Larry Ellison issued a few oracles on Thursday.
During a conference call with financial analysts after releasing the company’s latest results, Ellison briefly mentioned an upcoming version of its database that will more directly challenge SAP’s HANA in-memory platform.
In addition, Ellison also said the company will make some “startling” announcements next week.
Oracle’s [Nasdaq: ORCL] numbers were “respectable” one financial analyst said, but not new licence sales. New software licenses and cloud software subscriptions revenues were up one per cent to US$4.0 billion.
“Oracle’s HCM Cloud, CRM Cloud and ERP Cloud grew 50 per cent as we added over 500 new SaaS customers in Q4 alone,” Oracle president Mark Hurd said in a statement. “Our annualized SaaS revenue run rate is over $1 billion, making us a strong No. 2 in cloud applications – we are larger than SAP and Workday combined. Furthermore, in Q4 our HCM cloud alone generated more SaaS revenue and added more new Fusion HCM customers than Workday added HCM and ERP customers combined in their most recent quarter.”
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