Infosys Extends Relationship With Oracle; Partners Stanford University

 
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Infosys Extends Relationship With Oracle; Partners Stanford University

IT major Infosys on Wednesday said it has extended its relationship with Oracle to enhance support for a range of innovative solutions and services on new technology platforms.

These platforms will enable enterprises to use Oracle products to reshape their business and create new innovation ecosystems, the company said in a release. Infosys Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka, made these significant announcements in his keynote address at the Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, it added.

Infosys said it will use its Oracle PartnerNetwork Diamond Level Partner status, its global network of Innovation Centers, and its extensive experience of implementing Oracle solutions in more than 30 countries to help their joint clients gain lasting competitive advantage driven by the latest technology advancements.

(Also See: Infosys Inks Deal With Huawei; Expands Hitachi, Microsoft Collaboration)

Infosys and Oracle will expand their relationship across digital marketing, big data and Oracle Cloud Applications, underpinned by investments from Infosys in Oracle technology, it added.

In a separate release, the country's second largest software services firm said that it has partnered Stanford University to accelerate education and research in the field of data science and analytics.

Through its partnership with Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering (ICME), Stanford University, Infosys will develop curriculum in data science and analytics focussed on real-world problem areas, the statement said.

The two partners will also undertake joint research using data science to find solutions to key industry issues, it added.

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