It aims to help SMBs migrate to cloud effectively.
Oracle yesterday launched its Digital Hub in Singapore to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) leverage cloud computing technologies.
"Singapore is a hot-bed of SMBs and digital transformation; they make up 99 per cent of companies in Singapore and contribute nearly half to Singapore's gross domestic product (GDP). Increasingly we're seeing more and more SMBs exploring the use of digital technologies to grow their business, and effectively compete with larger enterprises,” said Francois Lancon, senior vice president of Oracle Japan and Asia Pacific, in a press release.
“With the launch of the Digital Hub in Singapore, we hope to empower SMBs to transform their businesses and be on a fully connected cloud -- one that can help them streamline business processes, gain access to an easy-to-use platform for innovation, and digitise their customer experience," he added.
The new digital hub is located in Mapletree Business City and will house Oracle’s digital sales team. It is also Oracle’s second Digital Hub in Southeast Asia with one being in Kuala Lumpur.
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