Companies using Oracle CRM

We have found 2,791 companies that use Oracle CRM. Our data for Oracle CRM usage goes back as far as 1 years and 9 months.

50% of Oracle CRM customers are in United States and 8% are in United Kingdom. Of all the companies that are using Oracle CRM, 20% are small (<50 employees), 36% are medium-sized and 40% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at Oracle CRM customers by industry, we find that Computer Software (14%) and Information Technology and Services (9%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that Oracle CRM customers are also likely to use Oracle CRM On Demand and Siebel Customer Relationship Management (CRM)?

Who uses Oracle CRM?

Here are the top companies that use Oracle CRM :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of Oracle, Oracle CRM client Oracle oracle.com 2017-05-21
Logo of Tribridge, Oracle CRM client Tribridge tribridge.com 2017-05-21
Logo of Emirates NBD, Oracle CRM client Emirates NBD emiratesnbd.com 2017-05-21
Logo of Post University, Oracle CRM client Post University post.edu 2017-05-21
Logo of IDG Direct, Oracle CRM client IDG Direct idgdirect.com 2017-05-21

Oracle CRM Market Share and Competitors in Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM). In the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) category, Oracle CRM has a market share of about 1.7%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

What is Oracle CRM?

Oracle CRM is customer relationship management delivered by Oracle Corporation.Oracle CRM is divided into a number of different product lines. Oracle entered the CRM market following its acquisition of Siebel Systems in September 2005 and later acquired UpShot CRM which offered a more robust user interface than the legacy Siebel On Demand product.Oracle CRM On Premise is a traditional on-premise deployment where the customer is required to buy or lease infrastructure, including hardware, operating systems and databases, and install a packaged system in its data centre.