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Oracle Helps Mayo Clinic Improve Information Management
Date:2/11/2008

Success of Oracle Content Management Leads to Increased Footprint

Supporting a Wide Spectrum of Content and Records Management Across

Multiple Business Units

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oracle today announced that the Mayo Clinic, the first and largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world, is using Oracle content management products, components of Oracle(R) Fusion Middleware, to efficiently manage more than 100 million documents and images.

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The Mayo Clinic is the world's largest not-for-profit medical practice dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of virtually every type of complex illness. It began its Oracle-based content management project in its finance department to support accounts payable and accounts receivable processes. It then expanded its Oracle content management software implementation to its Publishing and Media Technology Services department, which is responsible for managing the clinic's brand-related, stock and historical images, as well as its newsletters and its institutional policies and procedures. The implementation has allowed the Mayo Clinic to improve information and digital asset management in several areas of the organization by supporting document management, imaging capabilities, policy management, business processes and Web content management.

As the next step of the Mayo Clinic's phased, systematic implementation of Oracle Universal Content Management and Oracle Imaging and Process Management, the organization expanded its implementation again and is rolling out new functionality in its finance group, legal and compliance, training and education departments. The Mayo Clinic expects the deployment to reduce costs, improve performance and facilitate regulatory compliance by simplifying document, policy, electronic and physical records management across multiple groups within the organization.

"The scale and scope of the Mayo Clinic's successful and expanding content management initiative exemplifies the broad range of benefits Oracle Universal Content Management and Oracle Imaging and Process Management deliver to organizations in a variety of industries," said Andy MacMillan, vice president, Product Management, Oracle. "Increasingly complex regulations and competitive business environments demand flexible and scalable solutions. Oracle content management solutions are built on Oracle Fusion Middleware, so we are able to offer a platform that helps customers meet those challenges and address their information management needs."

About Oracle Content Management Software

Oracle content management software is the industry's most unified enterprise content management platform that enables customers to leverage industry-leading document management, Web content management, digital asset management, and records management functionality to build their business applications. Building a strategic enterprise content management infrastructure for content and applications helps customers to reduce costs, easily share content across the enterprise, minimize risk, automate expensive, time-intensive and manual processes, and consolidate multiple Web sites onto a single platform. For more information about Oracle content management software, visit http://www.oracle.com/goto/contentmanagement.

About Oracle Fusion Middleware: Leader in Middleware

The company's comprehensive, standards-based family of middleware products, Oracle Fusion Middleware software spans portals and process managers to application infrastructure, developer tools, enterprise content management and business intelligence. Oracle Fusion Middleware enables organizations to increase their capacity for growth and change; improve insight into business operations; mitigate risk and drive compliance; and connect with customers, partners, and workers. More than 50,000 customers now use Oracle Fusion Middleware and include leading organizations in the Financial Services, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Retail, Pharmaceuticals, Health Care and Public Sector industries. Oracle Fusion Middleware is also supported by 9,000 partners, including market-leading independent software vendors, value-added resellers and system integrators. For additional information visit: http://www.oracle.com/middleware.

About Oracle

Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL) is the world's largest enterprise software company. For more information about Oracle, visit our Web site at http://www.oracle.com.

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