How we deliver value to enterprises
Oracle experts at Infosys aim to provide significant value to the client enterprise and enable it to stay ahead in a competitive landscape. We provide end-to-end services that range from consulting, implementations, rollouts, and upgrades to application support and maintenance. We work with leading clients in various geographies and across industries. Equipped with robust tools, world-class methodologies, templates, and accelerators, we ensure effective implementations, faster rollouts, de-risked upgrades, and quality support.
With over 25,000 Oracle consultants worldwide, we have extensive experience in handling end-to-end client engagements involving Oracle products. We have delivered measurable business value to over 90 Fortune 1000 clients worldwide and been rated as a leader in Oracle ERP services by leading analyst firms.
We have made significant investments in delivering core Oracle technologies, which include establishing over 20 exclusive Centers of Excellence (CoEs). These CoEs have experienced talent pools, with extensive product and industry knowledge. We hold over 60 specializations across the Oracle portfolio as well as advanced specializations that require a minimum of 50 certified implementation specialists.
We have established cutting-edge joint innovation centers with Oracle – one at the Oracle headquarters, Redwood Shores, USA; and another at our development center in Shanghai, China. The centers showcase pioneering solutions and service offerings for our customers.
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Our proven expertise in Oracle engagements helps empower enterprises, so they make informed decisions, act on opportunities and build a deeper and interactive relationship with customers. With our suite of capabilities and offerings, we have helped clients:
- Achieve higher business efficiency
- Realize higher revenues and margins
- Achieve reduction in operating expenses
Learn more about Infosys offerings in Oracle technologies – across industries, products,
Oracle practice at Infosys