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Rodger E. Smith — Senior VP & GM-Oracle Utilities at Oracle

Rodger E. Smith — Senior VP & GM-Oracle Utilities at Oracle

Executive Bio

Mr. Rodger E. Smith has been Senior Vice President and General Manager of Oracle Utilities at Oracle Corporation since August 22, 2016. Prior to joining Oracle, Mr. Smith served as the President of Enterprise Management Solutions, Inc. Mr. Smith served as the President of Black & Veatch's Global Marketing and Communications division, which focused on media relations, reputation management, internal and external communications and companywide brand and marketing efforts. Prior to Black & Veatch, Mr. Smith served as a Director for PricewaterhouseCoopers and was responsible for the development, delivery and marketing of management consulting products and services to the utilities industry.

Executive Team Culture Ratings from Oracle Employees

BOTTOM
25%
Oracle's Executive Team scores in the Bottom 25%
of similar sized companies on Comparably

Who ranks the Executive Team the highest?

Department - Business Development 77/100
Department - Executive 73/100
Experience - Entry Level 71/100

Who ranks the Executive Team the lowest?

Department - Customer Support 47/100
Department - Marketing 49/100
Tenure - 5 to 10 Years 50/100

Oracle's Executive Team at a Glance

Based on 706 ratings, Oracle's employees are less satisfied with their Executive Team and give them a “D+” or 58/100. On average, Men provided higher ratings for their Executive Team compared to Women. Also, the Business Development department thinks more highly of the Executive Team relative to the Customer Support department.

Oracle's Executive Team ranks in the Bottom 20% of other companies in San Francisco and Bottom 25% of other companies on Comparably that also have 10,000+ Employees.

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