Oracle Licensing & Contracts – What you really need to know

Oracle have been hitting the headlines recently and there are some important changes taking place that could have significant implications for your organization both from a financial, commercial and technical perspective.

In this executive briefing our Oracle experts will bring you up to date with these key changes to the Oracle portfolio that will impact how you manage this major vendor and how you will future-proof your Oracle estate and IT strategy.

By understanding the key changes taking place at Oracle you will be able to make more informed decisions about optimising your commercial and technical position. If you are preparing for an Oracle renewal or exiting a ULA type agreement in the next 12-18 months, attending this briefing will provide invaluable expert insight to help with this preparation for your negotiations.

Some of the hot topics we will explore in the briefing will include:

  • Oracle roadmap update – product and licence changes
  • Oracle Fusion Cloud and Oracle Fusion Middleware considerations and risks
  • Oracle & VMware
  • 2020 release of Oracle Software Licensing Basics
  • Oracle Unlimited License Agreements (ULA’s)

Expert advice

Attendees of this executive briefing will have access to our experts who will be happy to spend time discussing any of the points raised with you and offering advice on your specific challenges or areas of concern

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Presenters

Paul Stevens Craig

Paul Stevens-Craig - Head of Consulting 

Paul is our Head of Consulting and has worked closely with many of our clients and partners delivering strategic business outcomes. He leads our highly experienced and qualified consultancy team, creating a centre of excellence. Paul provides customers with expertise and advisory services with reference to IT Asset Management and IT/Digital Transformation initiatives. Having worked in the IT Industry for over 25 years, he has had roles in senior management and software & license consultancy for companies such as Oracle, Hitachi Consulting and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

Since leaving Oracle in 2005, Paul primarily focused on complex vendors such as Oracle, SAP and IBM, providing advisory services such as process and contract management, licensing, optimisation and risk mitigation for many UK and Global companies, across different industries within the private and public sector.


Rob Lamb

Robert Lamb - Oracle Practice Head

Rob is passionate about Technology and Licensing and has dedicated the past 20 years working with Oracle customers. During the last 10 years Rob has supported clients to manage their Oracle Application & Technology License as well as consulting on contract negotiation, cost optimisation & Audit Protection.  Rob has experience in working with over 250 Oracle customers worldwide