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Lilly Software Visualizes Its eBusiness Offering, NOW. Part 2: Market Impact
Lilly believes that, with the opportunity to implement the application either through an integrated module within the VISUAL product suite or via Lilly's new

oracle ebusiness review  relevant databases (SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2/400) and operational systems (NT, Unix and OS/400) platforms. Earlier this year, the company launched its portal product, called LSAGateway.com . The offering provides access to the Knowledge Center, a customer-support portal; Education Center, for information on education and training opportunities; Market Place, a place to identify other Lilly users as potential customers, vendors, and business partners; and Collaboration Center, for on-line design Read More

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PeopleSoft’s ASP Play
PeopleSoft announces the “Next Generation ASP”

oracle ebusiness review  SAP, JD Edwards, and Oracle have all made ASP related announcements within the last year. We are also seeing mid-market ERP vendors such as Great Plains joining the movement. Ahead or behind may be a function of ambitious marketing departments. The true measure is application availability, the number of customers using the solution, and how the e-business suites are adapted to perform over the Internet. To that end, PeopleSoft may be late in relation to mySAP.com or JD Edwards. While PeopleSoft's Read More
E-Business Suite
Oracle E-Business Suite brings high-quality, enterprise intelligence to organizations. It is a complete, integrated set of enterprise applications and is

oracle ebusiness review  Business Suite Oracle E-Business Suite brings high-quality, enterprise intelligence to organizations. It is a complete, integrated set of enterprise applications and is designed to streamline every area of business, including sales and service, financials, and human resources. Half of E-Business' capabilities are dedicated to meeting specific industry needs including financial services (Sarbanes-Oxley compliance), healthcare, manufacturing, and high technology. Read More
Getting It Right: ERP Solutions for Mixed-mode Manufacturers
Falling somewhere between discrete and process manufacturing, mixed-mode manufacturers haven’t always been well served by traditional discrete or process

oracle ebusiness review  5. JD Edwards by Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise One (formerly PeopleSoft ) is a suite of modular, pre-integrated, industry-specific business applications designed on a pure Internet architecture. It is suited for organizations that manufacture, construct, distribute, service, or manage products or physical assets. JD Edwards Enterprise One offers an integrated modular approach provides manufacturing management dashboards with real-time metrics on key performance indicators (KPIs) features rapid deployment Read More
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for Mixed-mode ERP Certification Report
Oracle's ERP for mixed-mode manufacturing system, E-Business Suite (12.1), is now TEC Certified. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for

oracle ebusiness review  | ERP Implementation | Oracle ERP | Accounting ERP Software | Accounting Enterprise Resource Planning System | Business ERP Software | Chart of Accounts Template | Database Management System Technology | Compare ERP Software | ERP Software Comparison | Construction ERP Software | Distribution ERP Software | Mixed-Mode Manufacturing ERP | Mixed-Mode ERP Selection Projects | ERP Process | ERP Discrete | Most Popular ERP Functionality | Process Manufacturing Management | Manufacturing Management | ERP for Read More
Oracle Releases E-Business Suite 12.2
While the focus of the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 conference is naturally on new products involving sexy technologies such as in-memory databases, cloud, mobility

oracle ebusiness review  the focus of the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 conference is naturally on new products involving sexy technologies such as in-memory databases, cloud, mobility, and social collaboration, Oracle tirelessly continues to enhance its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) products under the Oracle Applications Unlimited program. And now, to help organizations manage the complexities of global business environments, Oracle has announced the  general availability of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 . This release Read More
Oracle
Founded in 1977, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) offers its database, tools, and application products, along with related consulting, education, and support

oracle ebusiness review  Founded in 1977, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) offers its database, tools, and application products, along with related consulting, education, and support services, to more than 400,000 customers in more than 145 countries around the world. Today, Oracle is all about simplifying: shifting the complexity from IT, moving it out of the enterprise by engineering hardware and software to work together—to reside in the cloud and in the data center. By eliminating complexity and simplifying IT, Read More
Oracle Announces a Database Fire Sale
On December 16, Oracle Corporation announced lower software and support prices for the Oracle8i database. Specifically, the price of Oracle8i Standard Edition

oracle ebusiness review  Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ Today, Oracle Corp. announced lower software and support prices for the Oracle8i database. Specifically, the price of Oracle8i Standard Edition was lowered 40% from $25 per power unit to $15 per power unit, while Oracle8i Enterprise Edition was cut 50% from $200 per power unit to $100 per power unit. Every time we lower prices we sell more software, said Larry Ellison, Oracle Chairman and CEO. Just about the only reason people cite for not buying Oracle8i is price. Now that's 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 ebusiness review  ERP Products Thriving under Oracle While some market observers might speculate regarding why Oracle’s interest is recently heightened in the hardware arms race with HP or IBM or in the in-memory database and middleware arms race with the SAP , IBM, and Microsoft powerhouses, the fact remains that a large proportion of Oracle customers are small to medium businesses (SMBs). One Oracle enterprise resource planning (ERP) brand, Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has been doing very well at Oracle, 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 ebusiness review  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
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

oracle ebusiness review  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 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, Read More
Oracle introduces Enterprise Healthcare Analytics Cloud Service
Oracle Health Sciences  has announced that it will be introducing Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics Cloud Service into it's cloud version of Oracle's

oracle ebusiness review  Healthcare Analytics Cloud Service Oracle Health Sciences   has announced that it will be introducing Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics Cloud Service into it's cloud version of Oracle's platform for data management, warehousing, and analytics. With specific functionality features designed for healthcare providers, Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics will enable organizations to consolidate, load, integrate, and analyze data from diverse healthcare systems such as clinical, financial, and 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

oracle ebusiness review  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
Anatomy of a Decision: SAP versus Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
As SAP and Oracle step up their efforts to attract midmarket customers, more and more of those customers are including top-tier vendors in their enterprise

oracle ebusiness review  a Decision: SAP versus Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne As SAP and Oracle step up their efforts to attract midmarket customers, more and more of those customers are including top-tier vendors in their enterprise application evaluation process. Nucleus Research's analysts conducted in-depth interviews with a number of companies that recently went through the ERP decision process and selected EnterpriseOne instead of SAP. This research note focuses on the decision process and factors of those companies. Read More

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