Media, Entertainment and Telecommunications

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Media, Entertainment, and Telecommunications

Telcom, Broadcasting, Media Advertising, and Motion Pictures

The digital disruption that media companies were already facing has accelerated. We’ve seen it in the digital delivery of content (streaming vs. cable), the movement of advertising dollars to digital channels, and tech-enabled virtual events. Media companies need to move quickly to take advantage of these trends and capture revenue opportunities where they are emerging.

We work with clients in content distribution, film/studio, music, advertising, publishing, online, live sports, and live entertainment. These segments are all seeking advice about digital asset protection, subscription management, finance/revenue transformation, risk compliance, analytics, and integrated business and technology enablement issues.

The global telecommunications industry is capital intensive and fiercely competitive. Resiliency requires being nimble and pivot quickly, redefining the organization to capture growth opportunities, the emergence of 5G, revenue streams, and market leadership. The emerging new reality will create many opportunities in the telecom market. Now is an ideal time for operators to assess their overall performance, develop capabilities around data and analytics, and launch performance/process improvement initiatives. Operators that are agile, strategic, cost-conscious, and driven by data and analytics will be best positioned to benefit.

Oracle Solutions for Media and Entertainment


Digital Experience for Media & Entertainment


Digital Home


Smart Media
Production Planning


Finance Transformation in the Digital Age

Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse helps OUTFRONT Media provision a robust database in minutes versus months to integrate terabytes of 3rd-party data in minutes and securely publish interactive dashboards in Oracle Analytics to the sales force.

Now we have a high-performance data warehouse that we can scale on demand that is self-tuning, self-repairing, and does not require us to do anything operationally. Our technical team can perform added-value services, such as data modelling and data quality.

Derek Hayden, Vice President Data Strategy and Analytics, OUTFRONT Media

Collaborative planning in an uncertain world

A global survey of 860 executives across finance, human resources, supply chain, and logistics, health care, and information technology highlights the importance of cross-enterprise connected planning. Businesses capable of implementing significant changes quickly have a competitive advantage. Embracing cloud business applications allow forward-looking organizations to connect planning processes across their entire enterprise and better prepare for future challenges while finding new ways to innovate and drive revenue.