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Oracle Acquires Eloqua » The TEC Blog
superior service. Customer experience is still in an emerging and very chaotic phase, where players still do not fully grasp what they are buying and selling or what they are trying to achieve on top of classic customer relationship management (CRM). Perhaps this market segment is set for a correction that would reflect its true potential. Share This   Read More     --> Trackback Address     Tags: CRM , customer experience cloud , customer experience management , Eloqua , industry watch ,

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20-12-2012

Oracle Buys SelectMinds » The TEC Blog
that the social component is no longer optional for major software solutions. It remains to be seen how Oracle will integrate this new solution into its already complicated  HCM offer . Share This   Read More     --> Trackback Address     Tags: industry watch , Oracle , Oracle Human Capital Management , recruiting , SelectMinds , social talent sourcing , talent management * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You can use these tags: --> * Comments: * Spam protection: Sum of 3 + 9 ?    

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18-09-2012

Oracle APS Makes Its Debut
Oracle Corporation officially released its Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) applications recently amid the usual fanfare. Long in coming, APS still has significant ground to cover.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: Promise (ATP) application. Synchronization is required at periodic intervals for any global ATP application, regardless of the data model, to refresh ATP figures for use by global sales organizations. Targeted for its larger clients with distributed enterprises, the APS Global ATP Server competes directly with i2 s Supply Chain Planner, which is more mature in functionality that polls multiple sites for available capacity and material. APS brings Oracle into the Supply Chain Management arena, but Oracle i
5/1/2000

Oracle Product Showdown!
I'm Larry Blitz, editor of Technology Evaluation Centers’ (TEC) Vendor Showdown series. Today’s Vendor Showdown is an encore presentation of a Showdown that was originally published last September. It compares two popular Oracle enterprise solutions—JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and E-Business Suite—head to head.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: series. Today’s Vendor Showdown is an encore presentation of a Showdown that was originally published last September. It compares two popular Oracle enterprise solutions—JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and E-Business Suite—head to head.We hope you find this Showdown helpful and informative, and invite your comments and questions at showdown@technologyevaluation.com . Introduction In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and E-Business Suite, Oracle has two of the most popular enterprise solutions available in the
4/4/2008

Oracle’s Agile PLM Going Mobile » The TEC Blog
Agile PLM customers. This is the first mobile application developed by the Oracle’s Agile PLM development team as a standard product. In the past, Oracle has enabled mobile solutions to be built by providing and exposing Agile PLM service through a Web services interface. Several partner have used that interface including Mahindra Satyam  (see  here for details ) to create their own mobile clients. Mahindra Satyam will continue to offer its mobile solution as well—as a semi-custom solution that can

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19-08-2013

Delivering Value with Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Release 12.1
After the recent global recession, companies are shifting their focus to growing top-line revenues and market share through strategic initiatives. Upgrading to the latest E-Business Suite release may be part of that strategic plan. This whitepaper is intended to highlight the benefits that may be realized through an upgrade to or implementation of Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Release 12.1.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: strategic plan. This whitepaper is intended to highlight the benefits that may be realized through an upgrade to or implementation of Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Release 12.1. Delivering Value with Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Release 12.1 style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Accounting and Financial Management,   Compliance Management/Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance,   Digital Imaging,   Business Process Management (BPM),   Standards and Compliance Re
5/8/2012 4:12:00 PM

Oracle Goes Mobile—with More Collaborative BI Solutions » The TEC Blog
Real-Time Decisions, worth mentioning is the addition of its new “Decision Manager” application, which enables management, refining, and monitoring of operational decisions across the organization in a more collaborative way. Mobile BI and collaboration are a primary driving force for evolution in the BI software space, where many customers are expecting more rapid and improved ways to support decision-making processes. I welcome your thoughts—please leave a comment below, and I’ll respond as soon

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05-05-2011

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 the door to integration of third-party products while still targeting the lower end of the market with the simplicity tune might be the hit.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: ship in September. This is a sudden U-turn, and it could have a major impact on Oracle customers who have been waiting for Oracle s software products to match the features and functions of the best-of-breed (BOB) applications that they already own. It is also the kind of move analysts and users have been advocating to vendors in this era of multiple systems for a wide range of needs. Barrenechea said the company realizes that customers and potential buyers may not be willing to forego supply chain
9/24/2001

Oracle Proud To Be Number Two
Being number two in the advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software market is becoming a coveted prize for old guard ERP vendors.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: scheduling (APS) software market is becoming a coveted prize for old guard ERP vendors. Just four months ago, at a press/analyst event in Waltham, Massachusetts, SAP announced that its Advanced Planner & Optimizer (APO) had captured the number two spot from Manugistics Group based on APO s fourth quarter 1999 license revenue of $25 million (see TEC news analysis, SAP Declares Victory Over Manugistics, Takes Aim at i2 ). Recently, it was Oracle s turn to proclaim the title of second best with over
7/14/2000

IBM Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA
IBM has announced a four-year, $200 million investment to make it more cost effective and easier for companies to manage data on IBM S/390 enterprise servers. They will attempt to compete more effectively with Computer Associates (which acquired Platinum Technology and Sterling Software), BMC, and Oracle in the lucrative database tools market.

IS MS ACCESS SLOWER THAN ORACLE: industry as a whole is facing escalating costs in systems deployment and a shortage of skills. IBM s data management tools address this concern by helping database administrators improve productivity and enhance system performance and resource utilization. IBM has stated that it will deliver more than 35 tools for DB2 and Information Management Systems for OS/390 environments to help customers manage large volumes of data inherent to any e-business. The four areas of focus include: Database Administratio
9/22/2000

Oracle Information Lifecycle Management and Pillar Axiom
Oracle has information lifecycle management (ILM) functionality integrated in its database product, but its value still relies heavily on the customer buying various tiers of storage dedicated to ILM. It seems that when implementing an ILM solution, saving money can be an expensive proposition. Find out how one company decided to “think inside the box” and work with Oracle to solve the ILM storage problems.

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8/15/2008 3:58:00 PM


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