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Sagsaa Infotech

Sagsaa InfoTech (Authorized Tally Institute of Learning) No6. Sai Vijayam apartment, Ground floor, Guruswamy nagar main road (opp) Genuine cars. Bus stop: Prince college, Gowrivakkam , Chennai - 600073
District: Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
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Established      :    2014
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Sagsaa Infotech is one the best Software Training Institute in Chennai founded in 2014. Sagsaa Infotech offers services in Software Training and Placements. We give training to our students by experienced professionals for current industry expectations. We also provide the Spoken english and Personality Development courses in addition with the course the opted for FREE those who are not confident in these areas. And also, we conduct Mock Interviews to the students with the experience professionasl to get confident and to achieve their goals easily. We are also providing Tally.ERP 9 Training. We proudly say that we are authorised Tally Training Institute one among the 5 institutes in Chennai. We are authorised by Tally Educations Pvt.Ltd.,Bengaluru. Sagsaa Infotech is situated south part of chennai which is hub for IT industries.

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 Course(s) Offered by Sagsaa Infotech  in Programming Languages
Oracle Application Course
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Intermediate (10 + 2) in any stream
1.5 months
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SQL and PL/SQL form the core of Oracle's application development stack. Not only do most enterprise back-ends run SQL, but Web applications accessing databases do so using SQL (wrappered by Java classes as JDBC), Enterprise Application Integration applications generate XML from SQL queries, and content-repositories are built on top of SQL tables. It is a simple, widely understood, unified data model. It is used standalone in many applications, but it is also invoked directly from Java (JDBC), Oracle Call Interface (OCI), Oracle C++ Call Interface (OCCI), or XSU (XML SQL Utility). Stored packages, procedures, and triggers can all be written in PL/SQL or in Java.