Oracle to hire 200 professionals for Bengaluru digital sales hub

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The Oracle Digital team will leverage the most modern sales tools, techniques and technologies transform the buying experience, provide elite customer service, and deliver customised solutions.

Orcale plans to set-up five “Digital” sales hubs across Asia Pacific region and one of these sales hub will be in Bengaluru. The objective is to provide a simple, personalised and effective sales experience to its customers.

For this, Orcale plans to hire 1,000 professionals across Asia Pacific out of which 200 will be for the Bengaluru setup.

Oracle aims to help more mid-size organisations transition to the cloud quickly and seamlessly.

The Oracle Digital team will leverage the most modern sales tools, techniques and technologies transform the buying experience, provide elite customer service, and deliver customised solutions.

Oracle uses ‘Smart Walls’ to deliver real-time demos to customers anywhere in the world, without leaving the office and ‘Social Listening Hubs’ to provide the sales team with the most advanced tools, It also offers one-click contracts and the Digital sales representatives will be equipped for rapid response to customer requests and market changes.

These sophisticated tools and infrastructure will be built directly into the Digital Selling hubs, new state-of-the-art Oracle offices slated for Australia, China, India, Korea and Singapore.

François Lançon, senior vice president, Oracle Asia Pacific, says, “Our new, one-of-a-kind sales unit will focus solely on supporting cloud development in Asia Pacific’s mid-market economy, which includes a thriving start-up community.”

“We are witnessing one of the fastest technology adoptions in India with Oracle cloud. The combined forces of cloud, mobility and social are changing how customers want to buy and be catered to in today’s digital market place. To meet this growing demand we want a ‘quick action’ sales force that is digitally savvy and will leverage modern software tools to offer a seamless buying experience to our customers,” says, Shailender Kumar, managing director, Oracle India.

“We will train them and equip them with the most advanced tools and infrastructure to support their roles,” he adds.

 

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