Oracle to Update Telecom Firm’s Info System; Wendy Alin Arias Gallegos Comments

BigDataOracle has been selected to update the information system of Mexico-based telecommunication firm Cablemas in order to help that company manage large volumes of customer data.

Oracle will implement its engineered systems such as the Exalytics in-memory machine and Exadata database to replace the Grupo Televisa subsidiary's hardware for processing finance, marketing and operations data, Oracle said Monday.

Wendy Alin Arias Gallegos, strategic information manager at Cablemas, said the company aims for its migration to Oracle to capitalize on its customer information and deliver services to clients.

Cablemas will run its finance and billing data from Oracle's Hyperion enterprise performance management on Exalytics with the goal to reduce processing times.

Oracle's business intelligence suite on Exadata will work to gather customer and business analytics.

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