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Oracle Acquires Tel Aviv-Based User Training Startup Iridize

Oracle Acquires Tel Aviv-Based User Training Startup Iridize

Oracle intends to use Iridize’s technology to increase the adoption of its cloud applications

Tofi Stoler | 11:01  25.09.2018
Enterprise software company Oracle Corp. has signed an agreement to acquire Tel Aviv-based user training startup Iridize Ltd., the companies announced Thursday. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Founded in 2011, Iridize develops software that allows companies to create personalized user guides for cloud and web applications.  
Co-CEO of Oracle Safra Catz. Photo: Orel Cohen Co-CEO of Oracle Safra Catz. Photo: Orel Cohen Co-CEO of Oracle Safra Catz. Photo: Orel Cohen

Oracle intends to use Iridize’s technology to increase the adoption of its cloud applications, according to the company’s statement.

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Last week, California-headquartered Oracle reported $9.2 billion in revenues for the first quarter of the fiscal year 2018 which ended on August 31, up 1% compared with the same period last year.

Correction, Wednesday, Sept. 26: based on data from Start-Up Nation Central, a Tel Aviv-based non-profit organization managing a database of Israeli tech companies, a previous version of this article stated that Iridize has raised $25 million. In a message to Calcalist Wednesday, the company said it has not raised any funds to date.

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