American multinational enterprise software making firm Oracle has been planning to acquire electronic medical records company Cerner for a massive sum of 30 billion dollars; the market shares of Cerner Corporation leaped as much as 22% following the report.

A final deal could be finalized soon, as per reports from the Wall Street Journal, which points to unanimous people being overfamiliar with the situation. If the agreement turns inside out, it would be the largest acquisition for the software maker Oracle.

However, spokespersons of Oracle refused to respond to the overriding report. Meanwhile, Cerner sphere is primarily dependent on sales and support of established software solutions; Cerner has also been trying to take up a new adventure in newer cloud service, a peddling Oracle is trying to glorify, Oracle has been making romp play in the rough path with an archetypal acquisition of emerging firms to stay in the crest.

In contrast, the Healthcare IT company is also making its path to health maintenance. The company recently collaborated with the Vaccination Credential Initiative to bring a global digital passport to expedite international travel during the post-pandemic of Covid -19.

According to financial times, in 2020, Oracle has reached a preliminary agreement to acquire a famous short video platform Tik Tok also known as Douyin, in Chinese; this deal came to light because then-President Donald Trump wanted to address national security.

Oracle’s unprecedented plan to acquire Tik Tok was later Shelved permanently as president Joe Biden takes up a broad review on the report. So far, Oracle’s most significant acquisition was the 9.3 billion dollars of American Cloud computing firm Netsuite in 2016, targeted to put at a place to compete to have a soft spot for Microsoft and Salesforce.

Furthermore, a few days back, an American multinational corporation, Xerox holdings, announced a multi-year agreement with oracle corporations which will offer cloud computing fundament and software for use by adventures established in Xerox’s business incubator. The terms of the deal were not exposed so far.

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