Oracle's Colleen always knew she wanted to work in technology

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Building Oracle cloud infrastructure

 May 28, 2018

Being a Seattle-area native, Colleen knew she wanted to be in technology. She started off her career at Qualcomm and Microsoft, where she was involved in several cloud-related projects. “I’ve been all-in on the cloud for seven years, during which time I’ve negotiated launch-year sales targets, evaluated regional expansion, and now focus on business operations,” Colleen shares.

However, when she got a chance to work with one of Oracle’s teams, she knew she wanted to take her career to new heights. “I loved the energy of the team. To be part of a rapidly growing, bootstrapping business at an enterprise company was too good to pass up,” Colleen remembers.

She’s now close to reaching her first year at Oracle - and you can tell she’s having a great time. “I love my colleagues and the excitement of every day; there is never a dull moment. There’s a great feeling of camaraderie, that we are building something together,” Colleen admits.

And building something together they are, since she and her colleagues are building the Product Business Planning team. Their projects range from helping manage the capacity of current infrastructure, to building demand forecasts for products and services, to reporting on current usage and utilization of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure products and services, among other things. “Helping build a top-notch cloud will help build efficiency by helping our enterprise customers embrace the cloud. This will help spur additional R&D and improve efficiency of resources,” Colleen asserts about her team’s work.

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