Oracle Statistics, Revenue Totals and Facts (2021)



Here are a few of the most interesting Oracle statistics and facts I was able to dig up including revenue totals and employee counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Oracle Facts

  • Website: Official Website
  • Year Founded: 1977
  • Headquarters: Redwood Shores, CA
  • Founder(s): Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates
  • Current Chief Executive: Safra Catz
  • Subsidiaries / Brands: Dyn, Netsuite, AddThis, Datalogix, Taleo

What is Oracle?

We’re a cloud technology company that provides organizations around the world with computing infrastructure and software to help them innovate, unlock efficiencies and become more effective. We also created the world’s first – and only – autonomous database to help organize and secure our customers’ data. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers higher performance, security, and cost savings. It is designed so businesses can move workloads easily from on-premises systems to the cloud, and between cloud and on-premises and other clouds. Oracle Cloud applications provide business leaders with modern applications that help them innovate, attain sustainable growth, and become more resilient. (source)

Oracle Employee Count

Number of Oracle employees:

138,000

Last updated 9/10/18


Oracle Revenue Totals

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Oracle Statistics

Number of Oracle customers:

430,000

Last updated 9/10/18


Number of countries Oracle has customers in:

175

Last updated 9/10/18


Number of Oracle partners:

25,000

Last updated 9/10/18


Number of Oracle patents:

17,000

Last updated 9/10/18


Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these Oracle stats come from their own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. No information contained on DMR should be relied upon to make investment decisions. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100%.