Software major oracle is looking to deepen its relationship with Indian customers by launching a number of India-first products, improving its client base, and is also working with local start-ups as the company gears up to launch its data center services this year.
“Oracle has large client relationships across sectors that have existed for over 25 years and these relationships will be enhanced with our data centre offering,” said Shailendra Kumar, MD of Oracle India.
“Discussions are underway with clients to start testing and development with cloud applications. Not just on the enterprise side, we are also speaking to start-ups, SMBs and government clients.”
India is the firm’s sixth largest market, globally. In the past four years, the company has doubled its customer base in India to around 15,000 (around the same time it started delving into the data center opportunity). Source