Orclr is a project of Andrew Beeston.
As a project manager for Oracle Marketing Cloud, I have a need to be agile and have answers at hand quickly.
Accessing the multitude of different URLs required on a daily basis can be frustrating and slow - they are not standardised.
Orclr is a way to make things faster.
It's not just a link shortener, but it's also a way of humanising URLs because words are still available. Try: orclr.com/people


Orclr is powered by Polr, an open source, minimalist link shortening platform.
Polr is licensed under the GNU GPL License.

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