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Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay
Having garnered an astutely broad enterprise applications’ portfolio, Best Software recently unveiled its 'customer and/or partner for life' strategy to fend

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Part 1 of this blog series introduced Epicor Software Corporation’s set of tools called the Epicor Productivity Pyramid. The Pyramid enables one of Epicor’s main business strategies: to extend the value of several of its mature enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications by making enterprise data readily and easily available to all stakeholders. My blog post then zoomed on to the Epicor

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New Product Delivers Spark to Online Marketing


Responsys has announced public beta availability of a web-based application designed to let small and mid-sized firms conduct online permission marketing campaigns. The company offers free use of the product for small campaigns during the beta period.

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On November 15, Oracle Corp., announced the pending availability of Oracle8i Release 2, the follow-on to Oracle8i, the most rapidly adopted database product ever released by the company. To date, more than 5000 "Dot Coms" and other enterprises are using Oracle8i. Additionally, over 800 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have developed applications and tools optimized for Oracle8i data warehousing and online transaction processing features since the product's release in March 1999. The new release has expanded analytical data warehousing functions, native support for Java2 and performance and management enhancements.

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Daffodil Software


Daffodil Software develops and markets a lineage of Java database servers and replication products. Since its inception, Daffodil Software has designed and developed database products such as Daffodil DB, One$DB and Daffodil Replicator. The company intends its suite of products to enable the development and deployment of software applications, and assist in lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) of said applications. The company is involved with such open source projects as Compiere, Hybernate, and JBoss. Daffodil Software is headquartered in Haryana, India and was founded in 1999.

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About WebFirst


WebFirst enables customers to dynamically access the CustomerFirst database utilizing standard web browsers. Through a secure portal on a corporate web site, customers can perform a variety of functions related to incident reporting, as well as customer and contact information.

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