Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) opening-up the world with CX@ OpenWorld
In Friday’s trading session, Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) stock dipped by 1.94%. The opening price of the shares was $32.38 which reached an intraday high of $32.66 and closed at $31.77. More than 27.13 million shares were traded in Friday’s trading session while the average volume of shares traded over a 30-day period was 18.61 million. The company has a market cap of $149.66 billion. Currently, ORCL stock is +10.09% higher than its recent 52-week low. This means that the stock has now been included on the NYSE gainers list.
The company announced that it will be conducting a program named OpenWorld. This program is slated to be held from 23-26 September in San Francisco. It will cover a series of workshops and informative demonstrations. In addition it will bring together industry experts and prominent brands and enhance networking opportunities. The discussions will revolve around the challenges that are being faced by the industry. There will be over 140 CX design and strategy sessions on commerce, sales and marketing.
These sessions will also include various tracks on social, service and industries. The CX@ OpenWorld will equip numerous organizations with a combination of technology and strategy that are a must to deliver excellent results. This will improve the customer experience and also meet the objectives that have been laid-out by the companies. In the course of the CX@ OpenWorld, the strategic Partners and executives will be showcasing Oracle’s extensive portfolio of applications. Apart from this, the participants will also get various opportunities for learning more about the company and the CX Vision.
They will understand how the company is addressing current-day trends in managing customer experience. ORCL is a company that provides computer hardware and software services and products. The systems and products help develop, support, market and hosts middleware software and database.