The IT department of a large health-focused university had undergone a grueling Oracle audit.
After finding it lacked licenses for some of its usage, the university signed a 3-year unlimited license agreement (ULA) with Oracle, which was more costly than the university would have liked.
Substantial unexpected growth in usage led to the licensing problems found during the audit. The audit experience left the university deeply unsatisfied with the Oracle customer experience, and wanted to minimize its Oracle footprint in the future.
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