Oracle relocates to new office in Ivory Coast, targets new customers for Cloud solutions




Oracle has opened its new office in Côte d´Ivoire as part of its focus on expanding its regional presence in West Africa. The new office, designed to create a vibrant and re-energized environment for staff, partners and customers is, now located at Immeuble XL 4ème étage, Angle Boulevard de la République et Avenue Crozet à Abidjan Plateau.

Present during the unveiling of the firm’s new premises were key public officials, business leaders as well as members of the diplomatic community. The guest list included: Bruno N. Kone, Minister of Communication, Digital Economy and Post; Pascal K. Abinan, Minister of Modernization of Administration and Innovation of the Public Service; and Katherine Brucker, Chargé d Embassy of the US in Ivory Coast.

(TOP: Annick Sakho, MD for Oracle Côte d´Ivoire).

“Cloud solutions led digital transformation is already having a profound impact on business in Africa, our re-energised focus and establishment of the new office aims to help large corporations continue their efforts to digitize, innovate and grow their service offerings. This allows Côte d´Ivoire based organisations to be more agile and innovative in highly demanding environments, it also provides an incredible opportunity for SMEs to fully capitalise on modern digital technologies,” said Annick Sakho, MD for Oracle Côte d´Ivoire.

“In an ever growing competitive business environment, technology should not only enable and empower businesses but society at large. Innovative and emerging technologies delivered by Oracle is helping our business grow by enabling us to deliver on demand service to our customers,” said Jean-Jacques N´Docho, head of information systems for NSIA Banque, a customer of Oracle Côte d´Ivoire.

Oracle Cote d’Ivoire has more than 15 active channel partners, servicing such key clients like the Presidency of the Republic; Ministry of Economy and Finance (DGTCP); Ministry of Budget (DGI, DGD); Ministry of Public Service; ADB; CNPS; MTN; Orange; MooV; CIE; SODECI; Webb Fountain; NSIA Bank; Atlantic Bank; BNI; Gestoci; Star Auto and Uniwax among others.

Oracle has been present in Côte d´Ivoire for nearly two decades and the company has been instrumental in driving digital transformation for key entities from both the public and private sector.

Expanding presence across Africa to support a fast growing customer and partner base is a key priority for Oracle. Oracle now operates 13 dedicated offices across Africa; these include two each in Nigeria, Egypt and South Africa and single offices in Côte d´Ivoire, Algeria, Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Morocco and Mauritius.

The Oracle Cloud platform offers complete SaaS application suites for ERP, HCM and CX, plus database Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from data centers throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.




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