Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) Announces The Newest Development Regarding Dubai Duty Free

The stock of Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) closed at $49.06 losing 0.06% in yesterday’s trading session. This company has today made an announcement stating that the first customer to upgrade to Oracle Retail Release 16 is the Dubai Duty Free. For many years, the Dubai Duty Free has maintained its position as one of the largest airport retailers globally.

It has remained dedicated to offering customers top-class service, a wide array of quality products, excellent value and the world-class shopping environment. It is currently employing about 6,000 people. As a matter of fact, the brand showcased consistence when it came to raising the benchmark for airport retailing while at the same time bringing on board about 78 million shoppers in 2016.

Most probably, the latest functionality of Release 16 will boost user productivity by a significant margin. This will be done through the persona specific dashboards, exception-based retailing, widespread mobility and operational efficiencies. On top of that, the new technology plays a significant role helping click and collect with precise inventory visibility. The top-class processes with Oracle Retail and Oracle Commerce is the other thing.

The Chief Operating Officer for Dubai Duty Free, Ramesh Cidambi opines, “Oracle understands the Middle Eastern market and is constantly extending the breadth and depth of its applications to match the challenges of modern organizations in all industry sectors.” He added that the Dubai Duty Free incorporated Oracle Retail solutions that reflected knowledge, retail expertise as well as an elaborate understanding that was required to spark business growth.

Tata Consulting Services was one of the parties pushing for the project to be completed in time. There was also the great need to ensure that it was done within the budgetary allocation. The User Acceptance Team was also put in place and the objective was to have it ensure a smooth roll out across the enterprise. It goes without saying that indeed the set up of the Oracle Customer Management Office would facilitate speedy turnaround time on service requests.TCS Provided enthusiasm, expertise, and collaborative approach to the implementation.

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