Come See Us at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

OOWboothpeopleD&B is charged up for this week’s Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco. First, there’s our new partnership with Oracle. That work is coming to fruition quickly — Oracle announced today Oracle Data as a Service (DaaS) for Sales, a new Cloud component that includes D&B commercial content. Oracle’s goal? Meet its customers’ ongoing needs to qualify customers and improve the productivity of sales and marketing team members, for ultimate profitability.

Expect a lot of talk at the show about the potential of DaaS to improve data quality inside applications. We’ll also be participating in a Content Session with Oracle called Big Data and DaaS in Business-to-Business Applications. D&B’s General Manager and EVP of Partner Solutions, Mike Sabin, will be speaking alongside Oracle’s head of DaaS, Omar Tawakol, and Niraj Deo, Senior Director Oracle Cloud Product Management.

Make time in your schedule to listen in on the conversation: Wed. Oct 1 at 11:30am-12:15pm, Room 2002, Moscone West. And be sure to see Oracle’s demonstration center in Moscone West, 2nd floor to learn more about Oracle’s DaaS plans, and check out these other Oracle DaaS sessions.

Stop by the D&B booth in Moscone South, #1637 to see how D&B’s commercial data will flow into Oracle’s Cloud applications and see our early work with Oracle’s inhouse tool, Value Navigator.  We’ll also be giving away credit card-sized phone chargers and snacks. Don’t be shy! We’re always looking to have great conversations with folks interested in data quality.

Posted in Big Data, Data Quality, Sales & Marketing, Strategic Partners by Lisa Petrucci

Lisa Petrucci is Vice President of Dun & Bradstreet Global Alliances and Partnerships.

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