<Insert Picture Here>Bridging the Gap Between Industry &University – Oracle Case StudySept 16-th, 2011Prepared by: Dan Gar...
Oracle Corporation• Scale•   $35,6B FY11•   #1 in 50 product or industry categories•   370,000 customers in 145 countries•...
30 Years of Continuous Innovation                                                                                         ...
About SUN            • With the acquisition, Oracles            mission will change significantly            •Larry Elliso...
Oracle + SunComplete, Open Integrated Systems
Oracle RomâniaShared Services Center Case Study•   Established in nov. 1995•   Capital increase: 5M USD•   Personnel to da...
2005 - Skills Formation Strategy                                Post graduates: tentative project                         ...
2011 - Development Spiral Towards                 Knowledge Economy                                Post Graduation        ...
CVs Distribution v.s. University Profile     Business   Technical   Philology   Others   No studies
Job Distribution v.s. Demand in Oracle
Regional Spread    Bucharest   Rest of Romania   Europe
CV Distribution v.s. ProfessionalExperience     0-2 years   2-5 years   5-10 years   10-15 years   > 15 years
Profiles for Technical Jobs                        Core Skills                        • Knowledge about the whole software...
Profiles for non Technical JobsCore skills•English fluency is a must• Secondary language fluency (French, Spanish, Italian...
Gap Analysis – Technical Profiles                                   Profil tehnic                            Competentele ...
Gap Analysis – non technical profiles                                Profil economic/socio-uman                           ...
Attrition Rate30.0%25.0%                                     25.3%20.0%                                                   ...
Closing remarks• The coverage of a large number of foreign languages and theextensions of educational structures facilitat...
How Can Success Be achieved – Data Modeling contestOracle announces the winners for Data Modeling 2010 international proje...
How Can Success Be achieved – ThinkQuest CompetitionStudents from Romania Take Top Honors in the ThinkQuest International ...
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  • Let’s talk about what we mean by Complete. Oracle’s Complete Industry Solutions offer more value with less complexity, because Oracle has assembled best in class industry portfolios and it’s our job to make them work together on an open platform.
  • Acest lucru se explica in principal prin faptul ca Oracle a deschis in Romania un numar mare de centre care asigura suportul preponderent pe zona financiar-economica si in proportie mai scazuta pe zona tehnica acoprind teritorial in principal tarile din Europa - Orientul Mijlociu - Africa iar in unele cazuri chiar la nivel global. Astfel, locurile de munca cu profil economic cu functiuni de tipul: Analist servicii client, Analist financiar, Consilier economic, Reprezentant tehnic comercial sunt prezente in proportie de 58% in cadrul organizatiei, fiind completate de 40% reprezentand posturi cu profil tehnic cu incadrari de Consultant in informatica, Inginer software, Proiectant sistem informatic, Administrator baze de date si doar 2% de profil umanist ce se regasesc in functii de tipul: Consilier juridic, Analist resurse Umane, Traducator, Formator. Intr-un numar semnificativ de cazuri, absolventii unor facultati cu profil tehnic sunt interesati si de locuri de munca cu profil economic, beneficiind in acest fel atat de o dezvoltare a cunostintelor intr-o paleta mai larga de competente decat cea oferita de facultatea absolvita, cat si de acumularea de experienta in industria de IT tinand cont de profilul de software al companiei.
  • Odata cu intrarea Romaniei in Uniunea Europeana am observat intensificarea interesului candidatilor din Europa si in special din Asia pentru pozitii din cadrul Oracle Romania. Deschiderea internationala pe care o ofera Oracle a determinat ca un procent de 6% din totalul angajatilor sa fie provenit din afara tarii, fiind persoane fie de alta nationalitate, fie romani care au lucrat in strainatate o perioada de timp si care au fost interesati sa se reintoarca in tara. De asemenea Republica Moldova a fost intotdeauna o piata deschisa pentru noi in ceea ce priveste vorbitorii de limba rusa.
  • Oracle investeste foarte mult in tineri si in dezvoltarea acestora iar profilul angajatului cautat de Oracle se regaseste de aceea foarte bine in tinerii absolventi sau cei ce au acumulat doar o minima experienta in munca. Acest lucru este foarte bine evidentiat prin faptul ca peste 80% dintre cei ce aplica pentru un loc de munca in Oracle au o experineta de pana in 5 ani. Ponderea foarte mare a oamenilor tineri in companie este relevata si de faptul ca 60% dintre angajati se regasesc in intervalul de varsta 20-29 ani demonstrand prin aceasta deschiderea companiei de a oferi o sansa in dezvoltarea carierei celor ce nu au avut ocazia sa acumuleze inca experienta.
  • Oracle Corporation Summary Presentation eduVision Sept. 2011

    1. 1. <Insert Picture Here>Bridging the Gap Between Industry &University – Oracle Case StudySept 16-th, 2011Prepared by: Dan Garlasu, PhD (dan.garlasu@oracle.com)Sales Director
    2. 2. Oracle Corporation• Scale• $35,6B FY11• #1 in 50 product or industry categories• 370,000 customers in 145 countries• 20,000 partners• 104,500 employees• 10 million developers in Oracle online communities• Innovation and Investment• 29,000 developers and engineers• 15,500 customer support specialists, speaking 27 languages• 20,000 implementation consultants• 1,5 million students supported annually by Oracle Academy• 870 independent Oracle user groups with 355,000 members
    3. 3. 30 Years of Continuous Innovation Total Recall SOA Suite Audit Vault Apps Integration Arch Business Process Mgmt Self Managing Database 2000… Grid Computing Oracle Data Guard Real Application Clusters First Comprehensive CRM Suite Flashback Query 1990’s First Internet Applications Built-in Java VM Partitioning Support Full Applications Implementation Methodology Industry-Specific Business Applications Object Relational Support Multimedia Support Data Warehousing Optimizations 1980’s First Unix-Based Applications Parallel Operations Distributed SQL & Transaction Support Cluster & MPP Support Multi-version Read Consistency Client/Server Support 1970’s Platform PortabilityCommercial SQL Implementation
    4. 4. About SUN • With the acquisition, Oracles mission will change significantly •Larry Ellison plans to transform Oracle into a company that is as serious about server systems—the big back-office computers used for processing corporate data—as it is about business software. •"We are not cutting Sun to profitability," Mr. Ellison said. "We think that this business will be profitable immediately.― •(WSJ Technology Alert, 27/01/2010)
    5. 5. Oracle + SunComplete, Open Integrated Systems
    6. 6. Oracle RomâniaShared Services Center Case Study• Established in nov. 1995• Capital increase: 5M USD• Personnel to date: ~ 2000• Forecast: ―a couple thousands‖• Average age: 27!!• New facilities:• From 2004 to 2011 • Oracle Tower • Floreasca Business Center • NUSCO TowerCompetences supported:• Global Product Support • Support Renewals• Oracle Partner Network Interaction • License Management Services• Software Development • Contract Support Services• Presales Services • Global Finance Services
    7. 7. 2005 - Skills Formation Strategy Post graduates: tentative project Several initiatives in progress Professional Higher Education: Oracle Academic Initiative - Launched in Romania Specialist since 1998 High School: Oracle Academy Basic knowledge program - Launched in Romania since 2002. MoU 16/01/2006 Skills formation pyramidObjectiveProactive attitude towardspreparing a pool of competentresources in Romania
    8. 8. 2011 - Development Spiral Towards Knowledge Economy Post Graduation • R&D @ Oracle and PhD program (ReMediu, eCAESAR) • PhD Student tuitions: 5 • Excellence/Innovation Centers: 2 • Fresh Graduate Program • Innovate program for young entrepreneurs: JuniorHigher Education Achievement• Master Programs: 3• Oracle Academy Contest• Internship @ Oracle• Oracle Academy Program • 35 Faculties • 45 certified teachers • 7320 enrolled students K12 • Oracle Academy: 950 High Schools/ 2800 trained teachers • ThinkQuest: 980 Secondary Schools/ 3600 trained teachers
    9. 9. CVs Distribution v.s. University Profile Business Technical Philology Others No studies
    10. 10. Job Distribution v.s. Demand in Oracle
    11. 11. Regional Spread Bucharest Rest of Romania Europe
    12. 12. CV Distribution v.s. ProfessionalExperience 0-2 years 2-5 years 5-10 years 10-15 years > 15 years
    13. 13. Profiles for Technical Jobs Core Skills • Knowledge about the whole software development cycle • Advanced Oracle Database knowledge • Advanced knowledge of Oracle products • Programming languages: JAVA, PL/SQL. C/C++ • Operating systems: Unix/Linux, Solaris Soft Skills • Able to work under pressure • Results oriented • Proactivity and flexibility • Creativity • Customer focus • Abilities for analysis & planning • Adaptability to new technologies • Teamwork
    14. 14. Profiles for non Technical JobsCore skills•English fluency is a must• Secondary language fluency (French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Czech , Slovak, Serbian, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Greek, Danish, Swedish, Chinese, Arab, Hungarian)• Graduation of an university• Computer operation skills (MS Office and Oracle applications)Soft skills• Flexibility in job program• Teamwork• Results orientation• Motivation, proactivity• Ability to run several projects in the same time• Prior experience in working with customers• Interpersonal communication skills• Intercultural sesitivity• Ability to innovate in various encounters• Adaptability
    15. 15. Gap Analysis – Technical Profiles Profil tehnic Competentele gasite Competentele care Competentele solicitate in piata fortei de lipsesc in piata fortei de Oracle munca de munca Abosolventi Absolventi universitate universitate Certificari/Specilizari Certificari/Specilizari Limba engleza Limba engleza Limba franceza Limba franceza Limba italiana Limba italiana Limba spaniola Limba spaniola Limba germana Limba germana
    16. 16. Gap Analysis – non technical profiles Profil economic/socio-uman Competentele gasite Competentele solicitate in piata fortei de Competentele care lipsesc de Oracle munca in piata fortei de munca Abosolventi Absolventi universitate universitate Certificari/Specilizari Certificari/Specilizari Limba engleza Limba engleza Limba franceza Limba franceza Limba italiana Limba italiana Limba spaniola Limba spaniola Limba germana Limba germana Limba rusa Limba rusa Limba maghiara Limba maghiara Limbi nordice Limbi nordice Limba ceha Limba ceha Limba sarba Limba sarba Limba croata Limba croata Limba turca Limba turca Limba chineza Limba chineza Limba poloneza Limba poloneza Limba coreeana Limba coreeana
    17. 17. Attrition Rate30.0%25.0% 25.3%20.0% 17.2%15.0% 15% 12.8%10.0% 6.2% 6.7%5.0% 2.8%0.0% FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
    18. 18. Closing remarks• The coverage of a large number of foreign languages and theextensions of educational structures facilitate these competencies• Acute need of curriculae exposing the students to the job marketrealities giving them a chance to get exposure from the school with thejob specifics related to their studies• Workforce mobility through exposure to regional projects,transcultural, giving them a chance to interact with a multinationalenvironment• The structure of programs for adult reconversion• Permanent development of the programs aiming to integrate thestudents to the business environment
    19. 19. How Can Success Be achieved – Data Modeling contestOracle announces the winners for Data Modeling 2010 international project contestDate: 2010-07-02For the 5th year in the row, Romanian Schools have received the first 2 places, while China managed tocome third. The winning projects are: o 1st Place: The National Informatics College "Tudor Vianu―, Romania / Professor: Mrs. Monica Grădinescu o 2nd Place: The National Informatics College "Tudor Vianu―, Romania / Professor: Mrs. Corina Ciobanu o 3rd Place: Shenzhen Institute for Information Technology, China / Professor: Mr. Yunfan LuAll students from the three teams have received scholarships for $1.000 USD and $250 USD, accordingto the location.Moreover, the following teams have received ―summa cum laude‖:o The National Informatics College "Tudor Vianu" (Mr. Dan Grigoriu), Romaniao Temasek Polytechnic Informacs and IT School (Mr. How Woan Ling), Singaporeo The National Informatics College "Tudor Vianu" (Mr. Marcel Homorodean), Romaniao Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts (Mr. Daniel Moix), United Stateso Elsnaria Prep School for Girls (Mr. Solaf Ahmed Ashour), Egypto Moon Area High School (Mr. Warren Kooi), United Stateso Commercial College Vienna 10 (Dr. Ute-Maria Oberreiter), Austria
    20. 20. How Can Success Be achieved – ThinkQuest CompetitionStudents from Romania Take Top Honors in the ThinkQuest International Competition 2011Date: 2011-06-07 More than 33,000 participants from 52 countries tested their skills on a global stage in the largest ThinkQuest International Competition to date. Winning teams were selected from among 7,603 teams. Countries represented by winners include China, Great Britain, Greece, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Moldova, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and the United States•The teams had approximately eight months to define a problem and present a solution. An internationalpanel of volunteer judges reviewed the entries and selected 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place winners within threeage divisions for each event.• The Romanian team called EcoFighters, was awarded 3rd Place in the Application Development event,22 and under age division. The entry, a city-simulation game, addressed environment and green issuesby teaching players how a community can make better environmental choices. Six local students, Alin,Andrei, Anatolie, Cosmin, Ioan and Radu from Liceul Grigore Moisil din Timisoara and Universitatea deVest din Timisoara in Romania and Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara in Moldova.
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