We are a practice of over 300 people, linked to a wider, global team of over 14,500 Oracle practitioners. Together, we are passionate about helping our clients solve their most complex business problems through the innovative application of Oracle technologies.

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Oracle for Finance/Operations

The Finance and Operations Applications practice assures, advises, designs and implements business orientated Finance and Operations transformation programmes.


Career opportunities

People make Deloitte one of the best places to work, to learn, to grow. We offer inspiring work to students and experienced professionals across Tax Consulting, Audit, Financial Advisory, Consulting and Technology.


Our partnership with Oracle

Deloitte has been awarded Global Cloud Elite partner status, the highest level in Oracle’s new Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Cloud programme - a reflection of Deloitte’s outstanding performance and commitment in the Oracle cloud solutions space.


Oracle for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)

Deloitte’s Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Practice offers a wide portfolio of services ranging from high-level strategic advice to full end-to-end implementation.


Oracle Dfusion

We focus on our partnership with Oracle and in particular our latest proposition, Dfusion. An out-of-the-box, good-practice solution for implementing Oracle Cloud Financials, Projects and Procurement.

Mark Hulyer


Case studies

Delivering a robust, scalable platform critical to future growth

ITV is an integrated producer broadcaster that is recognised for some of the country’s best-loved programmes, and is set for continued growth. As a result, having a robust platform for planning, budgeting, forecasting and reporting is critical to the group’s success.

Case studies

Automated, accurate and adaptable budgeting and forecasting, on an international scale

Experian approached Deloitte to help them roll-out a new Workforce Planning solution – this meant designing an improved set of processes around budgeting and forecasting Experian’s £1bn staff costs and catering for a complex global network.