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Prophet opens its first Digital Hub in Bengaluru

To give little and medium size organizations (SMBs) access to the Cloud arrangements and assets, Cloud real Oracle on Friday opened its first 'Advanced Hub' in Bengaluru. The office is first of the five 'Computerized Hubs,' to be opened in Asia Pacific which will enable SMBs to use Oracle Cloud answers for streamline operations, help advancement and pick up a stage for development. 

"The Cloud is democratizing IT and you simply require a web-program or a cell phone application to exploit it," said Francois Lancon, senior Vice-President, Oracle Japan and Asia Pacific, in an announcement. 

"We are disentangling the purchasing procedure to help the littler associations and also branch workplaces and line of business divisions, carefully change their business," Lancon included. 

The center point will house Oracle's new computerized deals group and concentrate on helping fair size associations move to the Cloud effectively. 

It will give a total suite of Cloud applications, stage and framework benefits as both remain solitary administrations and as groups. 

"There are more than 51 million SMBs in India, a considerable lot of whom haven't worked with Oracle or utilized cloud some time recently. They now approach the most current arrangements in the market, accessible on the web, coordinate by means of the center point and through our extended end-to-end environment, working with the tremendous system in India" noted Shailender Kumar, Vice-President and Regional Managing Director, Oracle India. 

Following the test case program in Bengaluru, Oracle as of late extended its areas in India by opening two new focuses in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai. 

Prophet's Digital Hubs will give an entire suite of cloud applications, stage and foundation benefits as both remain solitary administrations and as groups. 

"The Oracle HCM cloud arrangement has totally changed our HR motor to coordinate our quick development and has given us the flexibility to accomplish more with less," said Vivek Vinayak Purekar, Vice President and Global HR Head, Simeio Solutions.

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