Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) has envisaged what its counterparts have ilk have, that — customers and users are driving growth at substantially fast rate than anticipated. Cloud had been the harbinger to the next generation storage technology; however, scenarios in the cloud space is also changing rapidly – what companies need to do is now brace up!
In the prestigious European Software and Solutions Summit 2015, ORCL admitted that it is the need for thriving in this competitive world to innovate, adapt and implement changes – in ways businesses are carried out, data are stored and channels are utilized; everything is nearing change, and all for the better!
Everything-as-a-Service or XaaS may be the next-pursued business model; it may dominate the business space as chances of real cloud adoption are expected to double of the next couple of years. Software companies go after ‘Get It First’ cliché and this makes innovation rapid and its pace, unprecedented.
Adaption To Rapid Change Holds The Key To A Company’s Prosperity
John Abel, the Senior Director associated with Oracle on EMEA Engineered Systems Department, pointed out and quite rightly that the software landscape is on the verge of a sudden, dramatic change, as cloud services are sought after in larger numbers in near future. Hence, SaaS, MaaS, DaaS and IaaS may give way to an amalgamated entity that caters to software, middleware, data, infrastructure and other aspects: “everything”!
Change In Business And Channels Are Imminent
The world loves to be online and this requires for storing databases – here lies the impact and necessity of cloud with XaaS! Businesses develop based on the efficacy of the channels used. Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) feels that it is high time that companies comprehend, assess, analyse and choose to transform their respective businesses, channels, attain and retain consumers by changing the approach made in the interactions made with them.
No Room For Slow Growth
There is no room for patience in the technology space; now, it’s all about speed, endurance, persistence and natures of changes that will help innovate and steal the show – bagging more customers competently. However, John Abel agreed that the available skillsets in the market are barriers to enhance cloud adoption, even though security concerns plummet.