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Introducing the new Box adapter for Oracle Integration by Emily Chen

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One of the growing challenges organizations face today is securing collaboration with their extended enterprise, which includes their partners, suppliers, and customers. From working with global partners to innovating at rapid speed, staying ahead of the competition starts with accelerating your most critical business processes. Every day, our customers use Oracle integration to streamline and automate these business processes across their organizations.

That’s why today, we’re excited to announce the new Box adapter for Oracle Integration, enabling enterprise customers to seamlessly connect Oracle applications with Box as their unified cloud content management layer to power secure collaboration and workflows around their most valuable content in the cloud.

The new Box adapter for Oracle Integration will allow IT teams to quickly and easily integrate on-premises and cloud applications with Box, empowering IT teams to automate workflows across Oracle and Box and dramatically simplifying the process of integrating everyday content-driven business processes. For example:

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