Gartner names Oracle as a leader in supply chain planningThe technology giant, Oracle Corp., was recently named a leader in supply chain planning for its commitment to a streamlined approach to its logistics and supply chain, especially in regards to its technology operations, according to Gartner.

Gartner Inc., a trade organization that often ranks technology companies based on varying criteria, affirmed that Oracle was a leader in its "Magic Quadrant" rankings. According to Gartner, the Magic Quadrant assesses vendors within a particular sector based on their "completeness of vision and ability to execute" supply chain plans.

To earn the distinguished title, Oracle illustrated an ability to understand supply chain planning for process automation, not only in terms of functional breadth, but also in its support for organizations that utilize its software and hardware offerings.

Jon Chorley, Oracle's vice president of SCM product strategy, says that the technology giant understands the importance of an efficient supply chain: "Oracle is committed to delivering industry leading Value Chain Planning solutions for all ERP users. We believe that our position in this report is further recognition that our sustained and focused investment strategy, in both this crucial application area and the supply chain in general, is delivering the results that our customers and the marketplace require."

Oracle asserts that it delivers supply chain planning through its evolving business practices, ensuring that its customers are given the most up-to-date information as possible to optimize operations and increase revenue.
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