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Oracle unveils Cloud Applications 9 at OpenWorld

Version touted as ‘personalised, connected, secure’ portfolio

Oracle unveils Cloud Applications 9 at OpenWorld

Oracle Corp has unveiled its Cloud Applications release 9 at OpenWorld 2014 in San Francisco.

"The latest release of Oracle Cloud Applications provides a full portfolio of cloud offerings that are personalised, secure, and connected and provide a practical path to the cloud for Oracle customers," the company said in a statement.

According to Oracle, users can personalise Oracle Cloud Applications using Oracle Cloud Platform as a Service (Oracle Cloud PaaS) to create new features and build their own cloud and mobile SaaS applications.

"In today's modern, digital world, businesses and organisations rely on technology to help them run their back-office operations, as well as customer-facing functions such as sales and marketing," said Steve Miranda, executive vice president, Oracle Applications Development.

"To help them remain truly competitive, Oracle offers a complete portfolio of Oracle Cloud Applications that provides modern business practices for virtually every function in the enterprise. Oracle Cloud Applications Release 9 is personalised, connected, and secure, designed to help our customers achieve their most critical business goals."

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