Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud Review

Talent Acq. Cloud
Austin, TX
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Talent Acq. Cloud At A Glance

Good: Multichannel sourcing options for building talent pipeline, tools that automate and streamline the time-to-hire process, companies with multiple brands can perform all hiring within a single platform.
Bad: Some features are only available via pre-built third-party integration.
Bottom Line: End-to-end platform that helps companies make better and more efficient hiring decisions.

Product Overview

Oracle Talent Management Cloud is a talent management solution that includes features that help companies attract and retain talent, such as recruiting, learning, performance management and more. This review focuses on the Talent Acquisition Cloud module.

The Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud module is an end-to-end platform that helps companies make better and more efficient hiring decisions. Recruiters and hiring managers can source active and passive candidates to build a talent pool, effectively screen candidates, and manage the interview, offer and onboarding processes. The solution is also available on mobile devices so mobile recruiting is done on the go.

A few benefits of Talent Acquisition Cloud include:

  • Automated tools that streamline hiring process and reduce costs
  • A variety of sourcing options that help expand job postings’ reach
  • Improved compliance to hiring and regulatory laws (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)
  • Ability to perform hiring for companies with multiple brands or locations from a single platform

Talent Acquisition Cloud provides pre-built integrations to its partner network for job distribution, assessments, video interviewing, background checks and other applications.


Multichannel sourcing – Talent Acquisition Cloud provides multichannel sourcing so recruiters can build an ongoing talent pipeline, such as job boards and social media. Recruiters can measure sourcing success with the advanced sourcing analytics feature.

Branded career portal – Companies have their own branded career portals built into their corporate websites. The portal supports video, audio and other media, as well as up to 30 languages.

Automated candidate screening – Recruiters identify qualified candidates faster with the platform’s multi-tiered screening tools, such as disqualification and pre-screening questions.

Interview and offer management – Some of the features that help recruiters and interviewers include a scheduling wizard, online interview guides and questionnaires, and automatic collection of interview feedback and scores. The offer process is streamlined by configurable offer templates and automated approvals.

Onboarding – New hires participate in pre-hire onboarding (such as completing new hire paperwork or engaging in role-based training) directly online from the onboarding portal.

Configurable workflows – Companies can customize their hiring workflows based on their processes. The platform includes extensive configuration options, built-in automation, and compliance features that adhere to data privacy and labor laws.

Target Market

Oracle Talent Management Cloud is intended for midsize-to-large companies in a wide range of industries. Here are some of its customers:

  • Western Union
  • Pearson
  • Santo Grao
  • Standard Life
  • Hitachi Consulting
  • Skanska
  • Cricket
  • Swedbank AB
  • Kovaion Consulting India Pvt., Ltd.
  • Baylor Scott and White Health

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Oracle Corporation offers the following deployment options for its Talent Management Cloud solution:

Public cloud – With the public cloud option, applications are accessible by the general public and provided on a subscription basis, with no need to purchase additional support or licenses. The services are hosted by Oracle business partners or Oracle over the internet.

Private cloud – The private cloud deployment includes managed services of both hardware and applications that are available internally, covered by a firewall and hosted by Oracle business partners or Oracle over the web. Oracle conducts patching, monitoring, upgrades, security and system management services.

On-premise – On-premise implementation includes software licenses, support and hardware that clients purchase and host at one or more of their sites. Customers are responsible for the management, patching, upgrades and security.

Hybrid – With the hybrid option, clients can maintain their existing legacy software on-premise and purchase applications that are hosted in the public or private cloud.

Customer Service & Support

Oracle Corporation offers a range of support services. First, Oracle Premier Support includes 24/7 issue prevention, tech support and access to product upgrades. Customers also get a Lifetime Support Policy that allows them to upgrade whenever they’re ready. Second, Advanced Customer Service Support is ideal for complex environments, such as IT clusters in big organizations. Third, the My Oracle Support portal enables users to send requests for tech support, communicate with other Oracle Cloud customers and download application updates.


Pricing for the Talent Acquisition module is no longer publicly available, so please contact Oracle directly for a quote.


Some features, such as background checks and video interviewing, are not built into the software, but rather are available by third-party integration.


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Oracle Corporation manufactures, sells and hosts platform services, infrastructure-as-a-service solutions and software-as-a-service (SaaS) application suites for IT environments worldwide. It was co-founded by Larry Ellison, Ed Oates and Bob Miner in 1977.

Since its inception, the company has made continuous efforts to remove the complexity from IT by designing software and hardware that work in harmony – both in the data center and in the cloud.

Today, Oracle offers enterprise resource planning, talent and human capital management, project portfolio management, business analytics, procurement and customer experience software, as well as risk and compliance, governance and financial management applications. In addition, it licenses the Oracle Database for manipulation, retrieval and storage of data.

Headquartered in Austin, TX, Oracle Corporation serves over 400,000 customers in more than 175 countries.

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