African companies are adopting technology to ease the work load and achieve different goals. Most importantly, enterprises are now using storage solutions with various capabilities to store and process their data in third-party data centers, as a result, the demand for cloud services increases in the continent. I believe technology is the future and companies need to adopt new ways of doing things to increase productivity. Companies like Oracle and DataBank providers are developing new systems that will enhance and build our economy.
Oracle announced a massive recruitment drive to hire 1,400 new cloud sales professionals. The recruitment drive across the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) business region seeks to get professionals who will play a vital role in fueling the growth of the company’s cloud business throughout the region. Oracle eliminates the complexity that stifles business innovation hence simplifying the IT environment.
The announced roles will be based in six locations: Amsterdam (The Netherlands); Cairo and Dubai (Middle East and Africa); Dublin (Ireland); Malaga (Spain) and Prague (Czech Republic).
In addition to hiring the very best talent from the above locations, Oracle is looking for recruits with a range of experience from across the EMEA region, from highly motivated sales professionals with two to three years’ experience to highly experienced senior sales professionals.
As well as increasing its cloud sales workforce Oracle will be investing in two new cloud sales centres in Amsterdam and Cairo and new state-of-the-art offices opening this year in Dubai, Dublin and Prague.
The move to recruit 1,400 new cloud sales professionals into its EMEA inside sales operation follows a multi-billion dollar investment from Oracle in developing the most complete portfolio of cloud computing services. Oracle’s cloud technologies deliver everything from secure computing infrastructure to best-in-class enterprise cloud applications.
Oracle currently offers more than 600 different cloud applications which combined with its comprehensive on-premise hardware and software offering, creates the opportunity to help organisations seamlessly manage their overall enterprise computing environment while helping them transition to the cloud. Over the past six months, Oracle added nearly 1,500 new software as a service (SaaS) customers and more than 2,100 platform as a service (PaaS) customers.