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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

market share of oracle  Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA IBM Tries to Take More Market Share from Oracle, BMC, and CA M. Reed - September 22, 2000 Event Summary 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. Read More...
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
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Oracle Corporation: Flying High for Being Jack-of-All-Trades and Master of Some
Database and enterprise application vendor Oracle has streamlined itself, overcome the hardships of the past and seems prepared and eager for the future. We

market share of oracle  by increasing its ERP market share (up to ~14%) after being the only large ERP vendor to achieve significant growth in total revenue, license revenue and net income during the above-mentioned period. The company has radically changed its product architecture within a short time bracket. Three years ago, it was struggling with its fat client architecture, and had a significant Y2K compliance issue. Today, Oracle has a head start on most of its competition pertaining to Internet applications Read More...
PeopleSoft Revamps World for Its Mid-Market
The major factors of success in business applications for the mid-market segment have traditionally been--flexible pricing, packaging and deployment options

market share of oracle  J.D. Edwards' heritage and market presence, iSeries had initially, and for a long time, been the dominant platform even within the OneWorld constituency. While the Microsoft Windows NT/2000 platform, in particular, has long been capturing an increasing share of the overall OneWorld deals and prospects, still, J.D. Edwards' belated entry to the non-iSeries ERP market hampered its success, since it had not initially been a known force for UNIX, Oracle, and Windows customers. Then again, most new functional Read More...
Market Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger
The Lawson and Intentia merger might create a much-needed, strong statement for the market, and provide the mid-market with more options. It may also decrease

market share of oracle  Impact of Lawson-Intentia Merger Market Impact While we do not indulge in speculating who is likely to merge with whom in the highly tectonic enterprise applications market, we have to admit that the merger of Lawson Software , Inc . (NASDAQ: LWSN) with Intentia International AB (XSSE: INT B) had not crossed our mind before it actually happened. (For details on the merger announcement, see New Lawson Software's Transatlantic Extended-ERP Intentions ). The move was quite a surprise, since both Lawson Read More...
State of the Market: HR
More than ever, executives are looking to transform human resources (HR) from a seemingly low-priority function into a strategic part of the business. This

market share of oracle  in their quest for market dominance. For instance, by implementing a holistic employee performance management process across the enterprise, corporate strategy can be aligned (and properly communicated) with individual goals and objectives, whereby actual performance against those goals can have ramifications for individual compensation and rewards. This should drive behavior and attitude toward executing on the corporate strategy, with improved employee satisfaction and loyalty as a result. This Read More...
Justification of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System
Studies that surveyed manufacturers about the impact of ERP systems on firm performance indicate that company size and industry do not affect the results

market share of oracle  of ERP Investments Part 1: Quantifiable Benefits from an ERP System Originally published - February 13, 2004 Justification of ERP Investments* The expected return on investment provides the cost justification and motivation for investing in ERP. There are quantifiable benefits as well as intangible benefits in the ERP investment decision. The quantifiable benefits have a bottom-line impact on profitability, asset turnover, and a potential effect on stock value. This section discusses the Read More...
Business Answers at Your Fingertips: The Real-time Value of BI
This Aberdeen Research brief homes in on the critical time element of a best-in-class business intelligence (BI) strategy. The research shows that top performer

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Customer Experience Management: The Value of Moments of Truth
Customers perceive value based on the experiences they receive—and many big-name companies have tuned into this because they’ve made a connection with customers

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The 'Joy' Of Enterprise Systems Implementations Part 3: Causes of Failures
This part discusses the causes of ill-fated implementation

market share of oracle  higher end of the market where heterogeneous, multi-vendor corporate systems are the reality. For more information on pro et contra of this implementation concept, see Single Source or Best of Breed --The Debate Continues and Standardizing on One ERP System in a Multi-division Enterprise . This concludes Part Three of a four-part report. Part One summarized a report titled ERP Trends by The Conference Board. Part Two commented on the major Key Success Factors. Part Four makes User Recommendations. Read More...
Oracle Sails Slower In The Low Tide, But Mayday Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched
For a longer time than most of its competitors, Oracle seemed to have defied a global economic slowdown. The 64,000 dollar question is whether Oracle’s tamed

market share of oracle  that the high-end of market is going to buy Oracle's integrated solution mantra - flexibility is the word more valued in this environment. The fact remains that most of Oracle's potential large customers have already invested in other solutions for some parts of their overall business requirement; most of them also have a significant man-hours of legacy code in place that they do not want to throw away. Even in an unlikely scenario of these customers deciding to replace existing components with Oracle's, Read More...
Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 for ERP for Mixed-mode Manufacturing Certification Report
Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of mixed-mode manufacturing solutions in the enterprise resource planning (ERP

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The Value of Measuring End-User Experience from a Global Point of Presence
As businesses expand to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with

market share of oracle  to different geographies and markets, they develop new types of online tools and services to ensure growth. As end users interacts with these tools, it becomes critical to gain insight into the end-user experience. This white paper discusses the need to measure end-user experience from a global perspective and also how Site24x7 can help organizations achieve optimal level of quality end-user experience. Read More...
Oracle CRM
Oracle CRM On Demand is the newest release of Oracle's software-as-a-service. This CRM solution provides Web 2.0 collaboration capabilties and other features

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Oracle Closes the Business-IT Gap with the Latest Oracle BPM Suite 11g Upgrade
In today’s competitive landscape, businesses face great pressures to streamline their processes and increase their agility. TEC principal analyst P.J

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Oracle is Word One at Ford
Ford Motor Company and Oracle Corporation announced the formation of the AutoXchange, an integrated electronic procurement supply chain to be created and run as

market share of oracle  directly to Ford's consumers. Market Impact This will be a significant achievement for Oracle and, as the actual implementation begins to take shape, will give them a great deal of credibility as a procurement and supply chain vendor. However, despite the size of Ford's extended supply chain, this looks like a much less important announcement for the E-procurement market at large than the similar one from GM and Commerce One (See TEC News Analysis article: Commerce One Meets GM: Web Now Has A Really Read More...

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