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Oracle Reports Strong Profits
On December 14, Oracle Corporation announced record second quarter results for the period ended November 30, 1999. For the quarter, net income increased 40% to

industries using oracle  long list within following industries: utilities, service providers, financial institutions, public sector, flow manufacturing. However, any organization evaluating Oracle Applications should only consider existing functionality, and, in the case of final selection, should negotiate the incorporation of new applications components now. Future clients are also advised to request the Company's written commitment to promised functionality, length of implementation, and seamless future upgrades, particularly Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Is Oracle Becoming Invincible?
On June 20, Oracle Corporation, the leading provider of database and enterprise software applications, announced its fiscal 2000 results, claiming that it has

industries using oracle  checking. Moreover, companies within industries for which Oracle has not developed vertical solutions may want to inquire about impending customization ramifications. Read More...
JD Edwards ERP Products Thriving under Oracle
TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the history and success of JD Edwards product lines as part of Oracle’s applications portfolio. Oracle has

industries using oracle  real estate, construction, asset-intensive industries, etc. (see figure 2). If it’s true that JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is nowadays rarely seen in software selection projects (as purported by competitors), it can only be because the product has carved out a niche for itself within Oracle, thus not too often pursuing opportunities for general manufacturing ERP. Possibly the best example of a differentiating capability for a specific vertical is grower management, which is a typical gap in basic ERP Read More...
Oracle Boosting Its Sales Cloud with BigMachines Buy
In a matter of days, the cloud-based configure, price, quote (CPQ)/quote to order (Q2O) market has lost its leading vendors to bigger software companies: PROS

industries using oracle  a wide range of industries rely on BigMachines' CPQ Cloud to streamline their sales processes. With its revenues estimated to be close to $100 million in 2013, BigMachines was dwarfing most of its direct competitors. More than half of BigMachines' customers are also customers of salesforce.com . Oracle already offers several on-premises CPQ solutions, but as with other customer relationship management (CRM) market segments, demand is shifting toward cloud-based offerings. BigMachines and Oracle are Read More...
Oracle Delivers New Oracle Retail Allocation Release
Retail is indisputably one of Oracle’s major industries of focus where the giant has made significant investments, both in terms of acquisitions and in-house

industries using oracle  of Oracle ’s major industries of focus where the giant has made significant investments, both in terms of acquisitions and in-house development. Oracle’s strategy is to provide retailers with a complete, open, and integrated suite of business applications, server, and storage solutions that are engineered to work together to optimize every aspect of their business. All of the top 20 retailers worldwide—including fashion, hardlines, grocery, and specialty retailers—use at least some of Oracle Read More...
Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The 'All Things To All People' Exit
Oracle has been trying hard for some time to find a magic formula to revive its declining applications revenue. Abandoning its isolationist stance and opening

industries using oracle  a number of vertical industries/markets. But, none of them, except Oracle, have vocally advised their large corporate prospects to put up with sub-optimal functionality (70%-80% of out-of-the-box functionality) and to wait, possibly indefinitely, until the vendor gets around to delivering needed enhancements. Thus, Oracle's eventual willingness to be more flexible and humble in terms of increasing its products' openness and of reducing module interdependencies and the product's monolithic nature is Read More...
Bead Industries to Implement IQMS' ERP Solution
IQMS announced that Bead Industries, Inc. will implement its EnterpriseIQ ERP manufacturing solution to support current operations and anticipated growth. Bead

industries using oracle  Industries to Implement IQMS' ERP Solution IQMS announced that Bead Industries, Inc. will implement its EnterpriseIQ ERP manufacturing solution to support current operations and anticipated growth. Bead Industries is a 98-year-old company with two divisions—Bead Electronics (specializing in high-speed cold forming of precision metal contact pins and the automated assembly of custom interconnects) and Bead Chain, along with a wholly owned subsidiary, McGuire Manufacturing Co. Bead is also Read More...
Research Note: Oracle Business Accelerators
Oracle Business Accelerators are pre-built configurators and guidelines designed to reduce the time, cost, and risk of implementing Oracle applications. When

industries using oracle  Note: Oracle Business Accelerators Oracle Business Accelerators are pre-built configurators and guidelines designed to reduce the time, cost, and risk of implementing Oracle applications. When Nucleus analyzed the experiences of customers using Accelerators, analysts found all customers reduced the time to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite, many by more than 50 percent of the time an implementation without Accelerators would have taken. Download the analysis now. Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy
Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will

industries using oracle  Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy Database Strategy In light of Oracle Corporation 's (NASDAQ: ORCL) recent acquisition of PeopleSoft and its growing appetite for the competition, its easy to see how one might underestimate Oracle's internally-developed, product strategy. However, this California-based (US) company has heeded the calls of its customers and the market by beginning a product strategy that focuses on open and flexible business processes. Ease of integration, the Read More...
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events
While Oracle's declining revenue and profit continue across main businesses, SAP and Siebel have been extending their leads in respective enterprise application

industries using oracle  Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events Event Summary On March 27, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced it reshuffled the responsibilities of two key executives with a view to revive precipitously dropping sales of its business software applications. Senior vice president Mark Barrenechea will now lead the company's new market development group, which will track Read More...
Oracle (Finally) Learning and Applying Its Own CRM
After years of power struggle with its independent applications user group (OAUG), Oracle Corporation is to host its own application user group conference early

industries using oracle  (Finally) Learning and Applying Its Own CRM Oracle (Finally) Learning and Applying Its Own CRM P.J. Jakovljevic - July 19, 2000 Event Summary According to the company's press release in June, Oracle Corporation, a provider of database and software for business applications, announced Oracle Applications World, a premiere applications conference for Oracle E-Business Applications customers, partners and prospects. The first conference will be held from February 20-23, 2001 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Read More...
Oracle Flying High on Q3 Report: Is Gold All That Glitters?
On March 15, shares of Oracle surged after the company plowed past Wall Street estimates and reported strong database software sales fueling a solid third

industries using oracle  together. Moreover, companies within industries for which Oracle has not developed vertical solutions may want to inquire about impending customization ramifications. Read More...

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