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Founded in 1977, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) supplies software for information management. With annual revenues of more than $10.9 billion (USD), the

oracle ebusiness  Founded in 1977, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) supplies software for information management. With annual revenues of more than $10.9 billion (USD), the company offers its database, tools, and application products, along with related consulting, education, and support services, in more than 145 countries around the world. Oracle develops and deploys Internet-enabled enterprise software across its entire product line, which includes database, server, enterprise business applications and Read More...
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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  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...
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

oracle ebusiness  offerings. Any organization evaluating Oracle Applications should only consider existing functionality. Customers should insist on a contractual timeframe for delivery of a solution, and seek reference sites (preferably in their vertical market space), which have been successful with the product suite. Each eBusiness component should be put through its paces using a well-documented set of requirements, scripted scenario demonstrations, and rigorous reference checking. Moreover, companies within Read More...
Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger
It is startling how much has changed in Oracle’s applications business during the last two years. Oracle is indisputably the most reformed applications vendor

oracle ebusiness  with the back-office. Consequently, Oracle offers its eBusiness Suite as a solution that could bundle necessary application components within a single integrated product (a one-stop shop ), thereby avoiding the middleware porting and connectivity standards issues. A consistent database schema across the entire suite may avoid the data duplication required when implementing a multi-vendor best-of-breed solution. Avoiding the need for integration between disparate components reduces the cost and risk Read More...
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  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...
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 ebusiness  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...
Can ERP Meet Your eBusiness Needs?
Businesses cannot afford simply to respond to the next technological innovation; they must learn to respond to change as a constant state. As difficult as it

oracle ebusiness  ERP Meet Your eBusiness Needs? Introduction Can ERP meet your eBusiness needs? This is a deceptively simple question with no singular, simple answer. While businesses today cannot operate effectively in today's economy without it, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) alone cannot meet the needs of businesses that are undergoing, or have undergone an eTransformation. Which companies are those? Quite simply, the only companies that need not transform themselves are those that do not intend to be in 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 ebusiness  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...
The Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check
While customers may be bemused if not concerned about the Oracle/PeopleSoft merger, they are from a traditionally risk-adverse market. Despite the lush deals

oracle ebusiness  companies. The merger between Oracle and PeopleSoft, which was finalized in December after much drama ( see part one ), will be no exception. PeopleSoft, and especially former J.D Edwards users are likely discomforted, in part because of Oracle's harsh comments about PeopleSoft products. While Oracle's stance has since changed, impressions will still linger, and Oracle will have to deliver on its public relations promises. Just as end users are abuzz, so too are vendors who see consolidation as an Read More...
Oracle Business Intelligence 11g Finally Unveiled
Today in London (UK), Oracle announced the new 11g release of its Business Intelligence solution suite. There’s much interest in seeing how Oracle will be

oracle ebusiness  Today in London (UK), Oracle announced the new 11g release of its Business Intelligence solution suite . There’s much interest in seeing how Oracle will be directing specific efforts to competing in the business intelligence space with this new version. This question will soon be answered upon investigating their new BI tool’s functionality, features, and improvements. Part of this important set of new features are: •    The incorporation of a new application called Oracle Scorecard and Strategy Read More...
While Oracle and PeopleSoft Are to Fuse, Competitors Ruse--Leaving Customers (Somewhat) Bemused
The recent merger of Oracle and PeopleSoft requires, among many other things, finding a perfect balance between cultivating the install base versus the zeal for

oracle ebusiness  Oracle and PeopleSoft Are to Fuse, Competitors Ruse--Leaving Customers (Somewhat) Bemused Observation of Recent Events Courtroom drama, emotions, and personal recriminations have emerged from the flurry of typically friendly, if not civil, acquisitions in the IT world. While the business application software space began seeing consolidations as early as the 1990s with the disappearance of once prominent names like Dun & Bradstreet Software or ASK Group , an onslaught of mergers emerged in the early Read More...
Cricket's Challenges before Oracle Taleo Cloud Service
John Moxley describes the reasons behind the company’s decision to choose Oracle Taleo Cloud Service.

oracle ebusiness  s Challenges before Oracle Taleo Cloud Service Read More...
Oracle E-Business Suite vs. Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for Mixed-mode ERP
They say a picture is worth a thousand words—but in my opinion, graphs are sometimes worth even more. Therefore, I decided to let the graphs do most of the

oracle ebusiness  E-Business Suite vs. Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for Mixed-mode ERP They say a picture is worth a thousand words—but in my opinion, graphs are sometimes worth even more. Therefore, I decided to let the graphs do most of the talking about the main differences between Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (JDE) and E-Business Suite (EBS). In order to do that, I have selected our Mixed-mode Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Evaluation Center because it has functionality from ERP for discrete, ERP for Read More...
Oracle OpenWorld 2013-60,000 Attendees Minus 1
A Technology Event Like No OtherThis year’s Oracle OpenWorld was truly an impressive event. The sheer scale of the event parallels that of Oracle itself

oracle ebusiness  No Other This year’s Oracle OpenWorld was truly an impressive event. The sheer scale of the event parallels that of Oracle itself. Mark Hurd, President of Oracle, stated that with 60,000 attendees, OpenWorld 2013 was the largest single technology event ever. OpenWorld is now so large that the City of San Francisco finally agreed to completely close off Howard Street, which runs through the Moscone Center, and temporarily rename it Oracle Plaza. OpenWorld 2013 completely occupies all 900,000 square 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 ebusiness  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...

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