Thomas Kurian, Oracle‘s executive vice president for product development, announced at OpenWorld in San Francisco Tuesday that the company is expanding its cloud service portfolio.
The company said in a release it will add seven new cloud services for its platform, application and social services portfolio.
With 10,000 customers and about 25 million cloud users worldwide, the new cloud services will target financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting, data aggregation
for business applications and and brand promotion.
Some of the new cloud services will also focus on collaborative software development, digital content storage and data communication between cloud apps, according to the release.
The new cloud services are named Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service, Oracle Financial Reporting Cloud Service, Oracle Data and Insight Cloud Service, Oracle Social Sites Cloud Service, Oracle Developer Cloud Service, Oracle Storage Cloud Service and Oracle Messaging Cloud Service.