Vodafone secures Oracle contract

Vodafone secures Oracle contract

Mobile phone giant Vodafone today unveiled a four-year contract to provide services to more than 16,000 staff at technology giant Oracle.

Vodafone Global Enterprise, the company’s division devoted to the communication needs of major corporate customers, will supply mobile services management and mobile voice and data services in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

The deal is expected to provide Oracle with the potential for significant savings, as well as greater cost efficiencies.

Oracle vice-president Carol Kelly said: “As well as greater convenience, we expect that this partnership will deliver enhanced services to our employees.”

Vodafone shares were 1% higher today. The stock also rose last week after it reported signs of improved revenues trends in the UK and Germany.

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