The partnership

Oracle is present in over 175 countries worldwide with ca. 135,000 employees, and revenues of approximately $40 billion in the 2020 fiscal year ending 31st May. Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) offers its more than 430,000 customers a fully integrated and optimised technology product, consisting of software and hardware systems that can be used both in the Cloud and in a traditional “on-premise” mode.

This is a revolution that involves not only Oracle applications and databases, but also third-party and customised/custom-written applications, demonstrating that any solution can be migrated to the Oracle Cloud, which is fully compatible with the technology that customers use in a traditional mode.

The partnership established with Noovle through a major agreement consolidates a relationship that leverages Oracle’s know-how and Noovle’s specific technical skills. 

The ability to manage complex projects and migrations, the presence of several state-of-the-art company-owned data centres located throughout Italy, the network infrastructure for networking and the commercial power of TIM make Noovle an exceptional Oracle Cloud Partner.


Oracle’s suite offers services at all levels of the Cloud – IaaS, PaaS and SaaS – expanding the data management product that businesses need to manage their data and deal with a migration to the Cloud. It provides cloud-native applications – often considered leaders in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for their respective areas – to manage core business processes such as Human Resources/HR (HCM), Finance, and the Supply Chain (ERP, SCM, EPM); as well as marketing, sales, and customer care – in a nutshell, the Customer eXperience (CX).



With a world of SaaS applications for virtually every business function, and the ability to integrate with various technology platforms – from Blockchain to IoT, from Artificial Intelligence to Machine Learning – the functional and systemic completeness of Oracle Cloud is the most broad-based on the market, and is already out there, and appreciated by many customers.


Oracle’s applications, systems and infrastructure apply to all market sectors. In addition, Oracle also has Global Business Units that serve specific vertical markets with ad hoc Industry Cloud applications, from Retail to Food & Beverage, Telco to Utilities, Hospitality and many more.