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Title: Oracle Corporation


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Charles Phillips
  • President,
  • Oracle Corporation

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Oracle Corporation
  • Worlds largest enterprise software vendor
  • 22.4 billion in revenue, FY08
  • 300,000 global customers
  • 270,000 Oracle Database customers
  • 37,500 Oracle Applications customers
  • 77,000 Oracle Fusion Middleware customers
  • 84,000 employees
  • 20,000 developers
  • 7,500 support personnel
  • 20,000 partners
  • 9,100 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs)
  • Operating in 145 Countries

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Middleware
Applications
Database
  • E-Business Suite
  • PeopleSoft Enterprise
  • Siebel
  • JD Edwards
  • Oracle Retail
  • i-Flex
  • Insurance
  • Communications Billing
  • Utilities
  • ProfitLogic
  • G-Log
  • Agile PLM
  • Oracle GRC
  • Application Server
  • SOA / Integration
  • Business Intelligence
  • Content Management
  • Identity Management
  • Data Hubs
  • Enterprise 2.0
  • Collaboration Services
  • Java Development Tools
  • Enterprise Performance
  • Management
  • BEA
  • Database
  • Real Application Clusters
  • Partitioning
  • OLAP and Data Mining
  • Security
  • Spatial
  • Oracle Lite
  • Times Ten

Complete. Open. Integrated.
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Expansion Through Acquisitions
APPLICATIONS
TECHNOLOGY
(pending)
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Application Strategy
  • Phase 1 Critical Mass
  • 1 CRM
  • 1 Human Resources
  • 1 Financial Consolidation
  • 1 Analytic Applications
  • 1 Supply Chain
  • Phase 2 Beyond ERP to Line of Business Apps
  • Core Banking
  • Retail Merchandising
  • Utility Billing
  • Meter Data Management
  • Communication Billing
  • Network Inventory
  • Insurance Claims
  • Insurance Policy Management
  • Anti money laundering
  • Clinical trials data management

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Human Services Challenges
  • Reduced Funding
  • Fragmented Service Delivery
  • Increased Service Demands
  • Inconsistent Outcomes
  • Difficult to Measure Outcome Effectiveness
  • Inconsistent Service Delivery and Decision Making
  • Case Worker Attrition
  • Increasing Client Expectations
  • Inflexible Applications
  • Duplicate Business Processes
  • Incomplete Client Views

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Enabling Next Generation Services
  • To address these business challenges,
    organizations seek next generation solutions that
    enable new client centric practice models that
    improve outcomes

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Applications Automating Repeatable Processes
TO
FROM
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Enabling Next Generation Services
  • New Releases and Enhancements
  • Global Support
  • Greater Out of the Box Functionality
  • More Horizontal Capabilities for Integrated
    Service Delivery
  • Modern Middleware
  • Standards Based Architecture
  • Embedded Analytics
  • Better Documentation
  • Smoother Upgrades
  • On Demand and Hosting
  • Improved Quality and Testing

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The Path to Client Centric Service Delivery
Secure Collaboration, Cooperation, and
Coordination
Open Standards Enable Choice and Lower Cost
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Oracle Leadership in Open Standards
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Application Integration Architecture
  • Common Object Model
  • Extensible
  • Standards-based
  • Upgradeable
  • Fusion Middleware
  • Pre-packaged SOA

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  • Objectives
  • To get the right information to the right people
    at the right time in a secure, privately
    protected manner to support an integrated,
    coherent delivery of social services.
  • Improve ability to share information among
    partners
  • Improve agent and management visibility into
    service levels
  • Deliver better outcomes
  • COTS Based Strategy Delivers
  • Scalability for implementation in small to very
    large environments.
  • Significant functionality proven to operate in
    the social/human services environment
  • Product support during and post implementation
  • Easily configured interoperability capability
    allowing interfaces to legacy systems
  • Established interfaces to facilitate integration
    with other systems
  • Background
  • One BC
  • Ministry of Labour and Citizen Services
    (Provincial CIO)
  • Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance
  • Welfare
  • Temporary, Supplementary and Disability
    Assistance
  • Ministry of Children and Family Services
  • Child Protection
  • Foster Care
  • Youth Justice
  • 5500 Employees and 20,000 Service Providers
  • 6 regions in BC

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  • Background
  • Created 2001 to implement the UK governments
    Welfare to Work strategy.
  • Merged Dept of Social Security with elements of
    the Depts. for Education and Employment
  • Pays annual benefits of gtgt 200 Billion
  • 114 Billion to 11 Million Pensioners
  • DWP is made up of
  • 125,000 Employees
  • 1/4 UK Civil Service
  • 2,000 Locations
  • Objectives
  • Reduce the number of children living in poverty
  • Maximize employment opportunity for all and
    reduce the numbers on out-of-work benefits
  • Improve health and safety outcomes
  • Promote independence and well-being in later life
  • Promote equality of opportunity for disabled
    people
  • Pay our customers the right benefits at the right
    time
  • Rational for COTS based Strategy
  • Proven Scalability
  • Risk Management
  • Continual process improvement

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Summary Complete, Open, Integrated Solutions
Transforming Human Services Organizations to
Enable Improved Outcomes
  • COMPLETE
  • Best-in-Class Industry Solutions
  • OPEN
  • Standards-Based Architecture
  • INTEGRATED
  • High-Value and Flexibility

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