Oracle Risk Management Cloud Pricing & Demo

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Oracle Risk Management Cloud
Online
California, USA
1977
$10BN to $50BN
Enterprise
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Oracle Risk Management Cloud USP

Oracle provides effective solutions such as Oracle Communications Fraud Monitor, Oracle Financial Services Anti Money Laundering, Oracle Database, Oracle Partitioning, Oracle Advanced Analytics, Oracle Active Data Guard, Oracle Fusion GRC, GRC Intelligence, Oracle Enterprise GRC Manager, and GRC Application Controls. Request Oracle Risk Management Cloud Pricing to get more information.

Summary

Oracle Financial Services Fraud is a single integrated fraud management platform that protects users from fraudulent activities, and offers features such as real-time monitoring and case management. With the implementation of this solution, reputational loss can be reduced and customers’ trust can be improved by providing anti-fraud solutions.
  • Anti-Money Laundering (AML) solutions have extensive rules for data quality. Monitoring, investigating, and reporting fraudulent activities are the features of this solution. Since the solution provides streamlined investigations, it helps reduce compliance costs.
  • Oracle Communications Fraud Monitor detects and prevents Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) frauds before the fraudulent activities take place. The solution performs automated behavioural analysis of such attacks. The deployment of the solution is very easy, and it does not need any prior configuration, which also saves time. 

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Strengths
  • +10
    Fraud Analytics
  • +14
    On-Premise
  • +7
    Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors
  • +10
    Money laundering
  • +13
    Other features
  • +14
    Professional Services
  • +8
    Full Time Equivalent
  • +6
    Remote Support
  • +9
    Support and Services
  • +8
    Customer Support
  • +14
    Dedicated Account Manager (DAM)
  • +12
    Product Demos
  • +9
    Sales Support
  • +5
    Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
  • +7
    Delivery
  • +8
    Scalability
  • +12
    licenses
  • +9
    Product Offerings
  • +5
    Platform/Technology
  • +6
    Product Features and Functionality
Weaknesses
  • -5
    Expensive
  • -14
    Complex Integration
  • -6
    Directly
  • -5
    Hosted / On-Cloud
  • -11
    Authentication (SFA and MFA)
  • -6
    Consulting Services
  • -11
    Electronic payment
  • -12
    GRC solutions
  • -9
    Insurance claims
  • -5
    Managed Services
  • -12
    Mobile payment
  • -8
    Others
  • -13
    Other Solutions
  • -7
    Training and Support
  • -10
    Per User / Workstation Basis
  • -9
    Subscription / Licensing
  • -5
    On-Site Support
  • -10
    Others, please specify
  • -13
    Proof of Concept
  • -11
    Software Requirement Specification (SRS)
Oracle Risk Management Cloud Presence in Fraud Detection Software
Oracle delivers its products, platforms, and software applications for various verticals, including Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs), finance, insurance, restaurants, utilities, broadcasting networks, and electronics and travel. The company has been investing heavily in Research and Development (R&D) to cater to the demands of its clientele. Oracle’s R&D expenditure in 2016 was approximately 16% of its total revenue. The company focuses on both organic and inorganic growth strategies. As a part of its inorganic growth strategy, the company has acquired several other companies. For example, Oracle enhanced its presence in the social media analytics segment by acquiring Collective Intellect, a cloud-based social intelligence solutions provider. The acquisition enabled Oracle to monitor its customer interactions on social media websites, such as Facebook and Twitter. Similarly, in April 2017, Oracle acquired Moat, a leading provider of digital measurement cloud solutions. Moat is expected to provide data and analytics through the Oracle Data Cloud to serve marketers and customers in a better manner. Additionally, Moat is expected to serve its old customers, including Facebook, Snapchat, and YouTube, as an independent platform inside the Oracle Data Cloud.
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