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High Growth of Cloud Business Revenues in Oracle’s Latest Quarter Driven by Strong Demand in AI Services

In accordance with the financial report for the first quarter of fiscal year 2024 released by Oracle, the company’s total revenue, as per GAAP accounting standards, amounted to $12.453 billion, marking a 9% increase compared to the same period in the previous year. Moreover, Oracle achieved a net profit of $2.42 billion.

The cloud business revenue (IaaS + SaaS) saw a substantial growth of 30%, reaching $4.6 billion. This can be further broken down into $1.5 billion for IaaS, which experienced a remarkable 66% increase, and $3.1 billion for SaaS, demonstrating a solid 17% rise. Notably, Fusion Cloud ERP contributed $0.8 billion, a 21% increase, while NetSuite Cloud ERP contributed $0.7 billion, also marking a 21% growth. On the other hand, revenue from on-premise and on-premise hybrid sales decreased by 10% to $0.8 billion.

During the recent announcement, Larry Ellison, Chairman and CEO of Oracle, emphasized that the company has directed multi-billion dollar investments towards Generative AI. Numerous AI development companies have signed agreements with Oracle to utilize the Gen2 Cloud, with the total investment surpassing $4 billion, representing a significant increase from the previous quarter.

TLDR: Oracle’s Q1 2024 financial report revealed a 9% revenue increase to $12.453 billion, with a net profit of $2.42 billion. The cloud business saw major growth, reaching $4.6 billion, with Fusion Cloud ERP and NetSuite Cloud ERP contributing significantly. Larry Ellison highlighted the company’s substantial investments in Generative AI, with over $4 billion already allocated for the development of AI technologies using Oracle’s Gen2 Cloud.

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