Oracle-Technology-Logistic Providers

Oracle Corporation is an American multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. It sells a broad range of database software and technologies, cloud engineered systems, and enterprise software products— especially its own brands of database management systems. In 2019, Oracle was the second-largest software company by revenue and market capitalization, with more than 390,000 customers—including 100 of the Fortune 100—in more than 145 countries around the globe, Oracle is the only vendor able to offer a complete technology ‘stack’ in which every layer is engineered to work together as a single system. Oracle’s expansion has been fueled by a series of major acquisitions, including Peoplesoft, for $10.3 billion in 2005; NetSuite, $9.3 billion in 2016; BEA Systems: $8.5 billion in 2008; Sun Microsystems, for $7.4 billion in 2010; Siebel Systems, for $5.85 billion in 2006, and MICROS Systems, for $5.3 billion in 2014.

When it comes to transportation management and logistics software, Oracle offers a broad range of warehouse, transportation and global trade management services, including Transportation Planning, Transportation Execution, Fleet Management, and Logistics Network Modeling. Oracle’s Global Trade and Compliance capabilities include Centralized Regulatory Compliance, Improved Security with Restricted Party Screening, and Accurate Estimate of Landing Costs.

Oracle’s Customs Management software focuses on such key issues as Global Visibility and Management, Effective Partner and Customer Collaboration. Its Warehouse Management capabilities include Yard Management, Warehouse Workforce Management, and Warehouse Management Automation.

For various kinds of logistics management challenges, Oracle offers various development tools and pre-packaged artificial intelligence (AI) products that help customers accelerate their adoption of AI and machine learning (ML.)

Shippers might soon come to expect tools such as in-transit visibility and access to instant freight quotes will be provided within a 3PL's transportation management platform.
16 Jul 2019
Shippers benefit from logistics systems integrations, some of which they don’t even see, as 3PLs and software vendors develop embedded pricing and visibility functionality.
Cargo and blockchain technology.
06 Nov 2018
The new consortium, powered by Oracle Cloud Blockchain Service, involves CMA CGM, Cosco Shipping (and subsidiary brand OOCL), Evergreen Marine, and Yang Ming, and the lines represent about one-third of total global container ship capacity.