On the channel front, the tech giant is working very closely with its ecosystem of partners who can provide solutions, services, and value-based skills to enable their clients’ success.
In the current economic scenario, Tier II and Tier III cities of the country such as Pune, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Kochi, Jaipur, Indore, Nagpur, and Patna among others have shown a growth rate of more than 40 per cent.
RPA is today at a stage where the cloud was a decade back. Research firm, Gartner predicts that by the end of 2022, 85 per cent of large and very large organisations will have deployed some form of RPA.
In the intensely competitive digital landscape, Oracle has used its traditional strengths in databases to go with full force in the cloud.
Channel partners believe that as floodgates of data are expected to open on various fronts, a new set of challenges and opportunities are bound to emerge.
The threat landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate, and with every breach, a company’s survival may be put on the line.
It cannot be denied that skill enhancement exercises and blending the new talents will raise the competencies, help the resources achieve more specialisation, receive proper recognition, and ultimately, create a healthy knowledge sharing environment.
We have seen more disruption in the channel ecosystem over the past 18 months than the industry witnessed in the last two decades.
With the adoption of AI, IoT, and ML gradually picking up, the solution partners need to focus on providing end-to-end solutions to address the business problems.