Navigating Oracle Unlimited Licensing Agreements Requires the Right Partner

In today’s business climate, purchasing software can be complex. Gone are the days of traditional buying cycles and predictability in the process. Organizations today purchase software whenever the need arises. But with the amount of software that is in a common enterprise tech stack, navigating contracts and agreements can be tough.

To make this easier, Oracle created Unlimited Licensing Agreements (ULA) for one contract and one bill for all Oracle software used. It’s a great option for organizations, and many can realize significant cost savings with ULAs. But navigating the agreement can be challenging.

In our latest research brief, Navigating Oracle Unlimited Licensing Agreements Requires the Right Partnerdone in partnership with Palisade Compliance, we explore the complex world of unlimited licensing agreements and look at why working with a partner to manage ULAs makes all the difference.  

In this research brief you’ll learn:

  • An overview of common challenges organizations face with their ULAs
  • A look at how to optimize ULAs
  • An exploration into how to find the right technology partner for the future

Oracle solutions are an important part of business operations. They are also extensive and, in most cases, run across the entire organization. These powerful tools can help organization in virtually every industry transform, find new opportunities, and drive long term growth. If you are considering a new ULA, have an existing ULA, or are nearing the completion of one and want to learn more about optimizing your agreement, download your copy of Navigating Oracle Unlimited Licensing Agreements Requires the Right Partner, today.

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Shelly Kramer is a Principal Analyst and Founding Partner at Futurum Research. A serial entrepreneur with a technology centric focus, she has worked alongside some of the world’s largest brands to embrace disruption and spur innovation, understand and address the realities of the connected customer, and help navigate the process of digital transformation. She brings 20 years' experience as a brand strategist to her work at Futurum, and has deep experience helping global companies with marketing challenges, GTM strategies, messaging development, and driving strategy and digital transformation for B2B brands across multiple verticals. Shelly's coverage areas include Collaboration/CX/SaaS, platforms, ESG, and Cybersecurity, as well as topics and trends related to the Future of Work, the transformation of the workplace and how people and technology are driving that transformation. A transplanted New Yorker, she has learned to love life in the Midwest, and has firsthand experience that some of the most innovative minds and most successful companies in the world also happen to live in “flyover country.”