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This Statistic highlights Oracle’s Revenue by Segment from 2016 onwards, split across Cloud license and on-premise license, Cloud services and license support, Hardware, and Services, on a quarterly basis.
Oracle focuses on enterprise information technology (IT) environments with its products and services which include applications and infrastructure offerings that are offered globally through a number of flexible and interoperable IT deployment strategies. Customers can choose from a variety of products, services, and deployment options, and make different combinations that satisfy their needs.
Oracle operates in four reportable business segments:
|Segment||Revenue in Q3 2020||Revenue in Q2 2021||Revenue in Q3 2021||Revenue Share in Q3 2021|
|Cloud license and on-premise license||$1.231||$1.092||$1.276||13%|
|Cloud services and license support||$6.930||$7.112||$7.252||72%|
(All figures in billions, except percentages)
Oracle’s total revenue increased from $9.796 billion in Q3 2020 to $10.085 billion in Q3 2021, marking a 3% increase on a year-on-year basis. The revenue also increased by 2.9% compared to $9.8 billion in Q2 2021.
Oracle’s revenue is further bifurcated as per the following segments:
Cloud license and on-premise license
Oracle’s cloud and on-premise licenses include fees received by offering clients perpetual licenses to utilize our database and middleware, as well as our applications software solutions, in the cloud and on-premise IT systems.
Oracle’s revenue from the Cloud license and on-premise license segment stood at $1.276 billion in Q3 2021, indicating a growth of 3.7% from $1.231 billion in Q3 2020 and by 16.8% from $1.092 billion in Q2 2021. This segment contributed 13% to Oracle’s total revenue in Q3 2021.
Cloud services and license
Oracle’s Cloud services and license support revenues come from offerings that are contracted directly with customers, billed in advance, delivered to customers over time with Oracle’s revenue recognition occurring over the contractual terms, and renewed by customers at the end of the contractual terms. Cloud services and license support contracts give customers access to the most recent upgrades to the apps and infrastructure technologies they’ve purchased as they become available, as well as corresponding technical support services for the course of the contract.
In Q3 2021, Oracle’s Cloud services and license support segment accounted for 72% of the total revenue amounting to $7.252 billion. It witnessed a growth of 4.6% from $6.93 billion in the previous year of the same quarter and a 2% growth from $7.112 billion in the subsequent quarter.
Oracle’s Hardware segment provides Engineered Systems, servers, storage, industry-specific hardware, operating systems, virtualization, administration, and other hardware-related applications to support a wide range of IT settings. It also involves hardware support such as software updates for software components that are critical to the performance of their hardware products, such as Oracle Solaris and other software, as well as product repairs, maintenance, and technical support.
In Q3 2021, the hardware segment generated $0.82 billion in revenue, down by 4.3% from $0.857 billion in Q3 2020. The revenue also declined by 2.8% from $0.844 billion in Q2 2021. In Q3 2021, this segment accounted for 8% of the company’s total revenue.
Oracle’s Services segment offers services to customers and partners to help them get the most out of their Oracle applications and infrastructure investments.
Oracle’s revenue from the Services segment declined from $0.778 billion in Q3 2020 to $0.737 billion in Q3 2021, indicating a 5.3% decline on a year-on-year basis, and a 2% decline compared to $0.752 billion in Q2 2021. The Services segment contributed 7% to the company’s total revenue.
Oracle Corporation is a global computer technology company based in the United States. In December 2020, they moved their headquarters from Redwood Shores, California to Austin, Texas. The company was originally established as Software Development Laboratories (SDL) by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates, in Santa Clara, California, on 16th June 1977. It was later renamed Relational Software, Inc. (RSI) in 1979 and finally to Oracle corporation in 1995.
Oracle’s common stocks are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “ORCL”. Oracle was the world’s second-largest software company in terms of revenue and market capitalization in 2020. Oracle provides cloud-based systems, database software and technology, and enterprise software. They also create and develop database development tools and systems for a variety of products. Microsoft, IBM, MongoDB, Amazon Web Services (AWS), SQLite, Google, and SAP are some of Oracle’s top competitors worldwide.
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