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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

oracle capacity  a good move for Oracle and complement key areas of its ERP suite with functionality of interest to its manufacturing customer base. The single data model of APS, if proven to be viable, will give it an advantage over other products, including those of Supply Chain king i2 Technologies. i2 has amassed a suite of products largely through acquisition and has struggled to stabilize a common data model upon which to anchor the products. Contrary to Oracle's marketing banter, however, APS still faces many of Read More

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Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud: Software Overview
The need for enterprise IT organizations to provide next-generation cloud features such as elastic capacity while meeting performance and reliability

oracle capacity  Exalogic Elastic Cloud: Software Overview The need for enterprise IT organizations to provide next-generation cloud features such as elastic capacity while meeting performance and reliability requirements is driving demand for a new approach to infrastructure. Whether workloads are Web-based or thick-client, data- or processing-intensive, the key to success is hardware and software engineered together for performance, reliability, and scale. Read this white paper to learn about an integrated Read More
Oracle and Microsoft Partner in the Cloud (and the Sky Hasn’t Fallen)
These days, when the compromise-hating politicians with extremist ideologies in the US Congress are again threatening to bring the US economy (and perhaps that

oracle capacity  Indeed, at the recent Oracle OpenWorld 2013 conference, it was refreshing to see IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, SAP, Amazon, NetSuite , and others showcasing their wares not only on the expo floor but also on stage with Oracle executives. Perhaps the biggest teaching moment was when Oracle and Microsoft announced a public preview of pre-configured Oracle Database, Oracle WebLogic Server , and Oracle Java images running in Windows Azure Infrastructure Services . Licenses will be included with the images, and Read More
Epicor 9: Delivering What Oracle and Others Are Yet to Achieve? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series outlined Epicor 9 (a.k.a., Epicor ERP [evaluate this product]), Epicor Software’s next-generation converged product suite. A similar

oracle capacity  by mighty Oracle within Oracle Fusion Applications . The article also discussed Epicor’s accompanying “protect, extend, and converge” strategy for providing customers with a migration path choice at their own timetable and convenience. The article then went on to dig deeper and explain a number of enabling technologies and concepts within Epicor 9, starting with Epicor BPM (Business Process Management) . Part 2 then analyzed the major enabling concepts and technologies within the product, such as 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

oracle capacity  organizations of any size. Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is a natively integrated suite of products. And more than just being single-database or single-data model applications, they are truly natively integrated from top to bottom, including the transaction context and the user interface (UI). The solution is engineered for rapid time to value, reasonably low total cost of ownership (TCO), and flexible configuration (allowing customization that doesn’t require changing the core code). In addition, Read More
Where is Oracle in the Product Lifecycle Management Software Market?
Oracle is in the processing of developing their product lifecycle management capabilities. The question is whether they will accomplish this through the

oracle capacity  is Oracle in the Product Lifecycle Management Software Market? Background Over the past ten years or so, most enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors have invested heavily in their product solution suites in order to extend their product portfolio beyond traditional integrated ERP components like financial accounting, human resources (HR), manufacturing resource planning, order management, inventory management, etc. Common application extension segments, generally built on the same technology Read More
Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management-Work as a Team
This demo shows how Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management allows organizations to harness their human resources by working together in teams.By viewing this

oracle capacity  Fusion Human Capital Management-Work as a Team Read More
Enterprise Application Alternatives: What You Should Be Asking Oracle and SAP
Despite challenges, both SAP and Oracle will be formidable forces in the hosting space, because of their intimate application knowledge, their infrastructure

oracle capacity  You Should Be Asking Oracle and SAP Challenges to Oracle and SAP Oracle Corporation has long prospered in the application service provider (ASP) and hosting space with its vision to deliver software as a service through the Oracle On Demand offerings (in former incarnations called Oracle.com and Oracle Business Online ). At the applications level, Oracle has over 200 customers within the Oracle E-Business Suite On Demand program. Here pricing is based per module and is similar to standard licensing, Read More
Oracle Retail Suite—Almost Everything Global Retailers Might Need?
This report describes how Oracle's series of acquisitions since the mid-80s have enabled the software giant to offer an integrated suite of business

oracle capacity  Retail Suite—Almost Everything Global Retailers Might Need? This report describes how Oracle's series of acquisitions since the mid-80s have enabled the software giant to offer an integrated suite of business applications, systems, and storage solutions that provide retailers with all the necessary tools to address nearly all their business needs in a “commerce anywhere” manner. 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

oracle capacity  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 such as analytics capabilities, a built in contact center, sticky notes features, and a centralized message center, and custom applets. It also has widgets to embed other applications, including Google, MyYahoo, or Microsoft SharePoint. Read More
Case Study: Connected Capacity
While analyzing load statistics with its key carriers, a multinational manufacturer and distributor noticed that deadhead mileage statistics were excessive

oracle capacity  Study: Connected Capacity While analyzing load statistics with its key carriers, a multinational manufacturer and distributor noticed that deadhead mileage statistics were excessive. Often, inbound trucks delivering goods into its facilities had different dispatchers than those handling outbound loads. The company needed to improve communication with carriers. Learn about the solution that helped save money by reducing deadhead mile charges. Read More
Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne-A Business White Paper
This paper describes the benefits of integrating Oracle's software and hardware technologies to achieve optimal results in the form of increased performance

oracle capacity  Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne-A Business White Paper This paper describes the benefits of integrating Oracle's software and hardware technologies to achieve optimal results in the form of increased performance, low cost of operation, low energy consumption, and small footprint. Read More
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for Human Resource Management Certification Report
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of human resource management (HRM) solutions in TEC's Evaluation Centers. The

oracle capacity  TEC Product Certification Report: Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for HRM If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. TEC specializes in impartial and quantifiable software selection. Our unique Web-based technology allows us to deliver a variety of software evaluation and selection services online, and to deliver results in far less time than traditional consulting engagements. We don't represent, resell, or implement specific Read More
Oracle RightNow
Oracle RightNow Feedback Cloud Service is a feedback management software solution that @listens@ to the voice of the customer as it becomes available on the Web

oracle capacity  RightNow Oracle RightNow Feedback Cloud Service is a feedback management software solution that “listens” to the voice of the customer as it becomes available on the Web, across social media, and in contact centers. The solution employs targeted feedback capture methodologies, a functionality that engages clients post-service. In addition, it allows for personalized messaging, audience targeting and segmentation, and emotion detection. The reports and dashboards represent customer feedback 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

oracle capacity  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 consolidation of databases, data models, and servers remains Read More

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