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Xactly Expands EMEA Growth Through Collaboration With Oracle Cloud

Xactly Revenue Intelligence Platform migrates to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in Germany, fueling its projected global momentum

Xactly, the global leader in revenue intelligence solutions, announced the migration of Xactly software from their private cloud to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The first OCI cloud region Xactly will migrate to is in Frankfurt, Germany. This transition comes on the heels of Xactly’s recent acquisition of TopOPPS and the launch of its revolutionary Revenue Performance Cloud. With this strategic acquisition, Xactly is delivering a first-of-its-kind, end-to-end platform for Revenue Operations that improves revenue intelligence, optimization and performance.

Xactly expanded its EMEA sales team by 82% over the past year and expects to double the team in 2021. With Oracle, Xactly will extend to new markets and among existing global customers, and expand its global footprint, a testament to the company’s rapidly growing presence in EMEA.

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“Our team is proud to collaborate with a cloud industry leader that, like us, believes in the value of optimizing revenue performance and accelerating digital transformation as a critical business process. Oracle’s next generation cloud infrastructure helps enable us to scale bigger, broader and bolder. With an enterprise-grade partner, we’re bringing greater performance and reliability to our global customers,” said Xactly’s Chief Sales Officer, Jamie Anderson. “We look forward to dynamically adopting OCI’s future innovations to continue powering efficiency and delivering unmatched cost and performance benefits to customers around the world.”

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This marks an extension of Xactly’s recent collaboration with Oracle, now the primary cloud provider for its software. Resulting benefits to Xactly customers include:

  • Increased Performance At Scale: Robust, reliable platform, powering enterprises to extend adoption and usage. Significant performance improvement over on-premise systems.
  • Improved Security: Simplified monitoring, auditing and access controls maximize operational efficiencies with industry leading service-level agreements (SLA) on availability, manageability and performance.
  • Streamlined Integrations: Benefit from tighter integrations and simplified maintenance of a customer’s other enterprise applications (ERP, HCM, CRM, etc.) that reside on the Oracle Cloud.
  • Heightened Reliability: Rely on Xactly’s consistently high-performing and resilient solution is enabled through Oracle’s next generation cloud with networking, storage, and computer optimized for the world’s largest enterprise workloads.

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“We are excited to see Xactly expand its cloud region footprint with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, bringing more reliability and price performance advantages to their global cloud customers,” said Christoph Heiming, senior director, A&C Technology and Cloud, Oracle. “This migration to OCI is a true testament to the Xactly relationship as it represents the type of investment that Oracle is making in the ISV ecosystem — bringing greater functionality to the enterprise and helping facilitate partner growth.”

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