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Accelerating (and Fast-starting) the SME Business at Oracle (and SAP) - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series outlined Oracle’s recent (and seemingly genuine) change of heart and approach towards partnering and catering enterprise applications

oracle er  the SME Business at Oracle (and SAP) - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series  outlined Oracle ’s recent (and seemingly genuine) change of heart and approach towards partnering and catering enterprise applications to  small and medium enterprises (SMEs) . The analysis then moved onto  the Oracle Accelerate program , which was launched about three years ago to allow partners to sell a greater number of smaller projects with fixed time and price. Oracle Accelerate is not only a partner program, but also Read More...
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Call Center Buyer’s Guide
A call center can be so much more to your enterprise than a costly necessity. By carefully selecting an on-premise contact center solution, your company can

oracle er  Genesys Telecommunications, CosmoCom and Oracle ' companies that both sell their products directly to end-users and make them available through telcos, outsourcers and value-added resellers. Service providers, on the other hand, include AT&T, Verizon Business, Cincom Systems, Contactual, Interactive Intelligence, Five9 ' vendors that sell their products and services directly to end-users, from large enterprises to SMBs. So how do you know which is the better choice: a technology vendor or a service Read More...
Dreamforce 2010: Of Cloud Proliferation - Part 1
Dreamforce, salesforce.com’s annual user conference, has over the past several years become a highly anticipated and entertaining end-of-the-year fixture

oracle er  Indeed, RightNow, SAP CRM, Oracle CRM, Sage CRM, CDC Pivotal CRM, Consona CRM , etc. are all offering both on-premise and on-demand flavors. They have all garnered strong install bases or carved their defendable niches. But even at this event it appeared that the most direct competition has been coming from Microsoft Dynamics CRM . Fighting Off the “Evil Empire” Microsoft Dynamics CRM has come a long way from being regarded as a laughing stock in its early (1.0 and 1.2) releases in the early 2000s. Read More...
What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?
Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision

oracle er  comparing a system running Oracle 8i to one running Microsoft's SQL Server to one running IBM's DB2 ), but as with OSes, can be misleading. However, trends can sometimes be assessed through judicious use and analysis. Brief History and Background  For a long time, the only benchmarks to which anyone paid attention were related to the CPU. In the 1980s, people (especially salesmen) were fond of quoting how many MIPS ( M illions of I nstructions P er S econd) a computer could perform. This was more Read More...
Buyer's Guide to Enterprise Storage Resources
Organizations of all sizes face similar challenges when managing storage@not enough capacity or protection. Help has arrived with Internet small computer system

oracle er  Customer data in AirClic's Oracle database must be available 24 x 7, requiring a dependable, high performance storage infrastructure. It was clear to Vice President of Technology Andy Monroe that AirClic's direct attached storage was not a viable long-term solution in terms of performance or scalability for the rapidly growing business. His original perception was that only a Fibre Channel SAN would support the performance requirements of his highly transactional database, but being in a wireless Read More...
Oracle Integrates Front and Back Office with Applications 11i
On September 27, Oracle took a major step towards providing a fully integrated front and back office applications suite by launching Oracle Applications 11i at

oracle er  Summary On September 27, Oracle laid out the details of its Oracle 11i application suite, which adds new application modules and integrates enterprise resource planning, customer-relationship management, supply-chain, and E-business applications in a single database. The new release, unveiled at the Oracle Applications User Group conference in Orlando, will do away with the company's separate releases for ERP and CRM. By linking all applications together, Oracle claims that companies can now get a Read More...
Oracle Acquires Eloqua
Oracle's attempt to tackle the customer experience cloud market has been advanced with the new acquisition of cloud-based marketing automation solutions

oracle er  automation solutions provider Eloqua. Oracle expects to achieve an extensive product, which will help companies market, sell, and support their customers. The solution should be able to offer multi-channel and personalized client interactions. According to the press release, Oracle expects that the product will be used to ensure brand loyalty, drive more qualified leads to sales teams, and provide superior service. Customer experience is still in an emerging and very chaotic phase, where players still 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 er  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...
Oracle Global IT (GIT) Streamlined Security
With a vast global network that supports over 60,000 employees, vulnerability and risk management programs are crucial for Oracle GIT. To further enhance its IT

oracle er  programs are crucial for Oracle GIT. To further enhance its IT system risk management capabilities, Oracle deployed QualysGuard’s on-demand software vulnerability and compliance management solution. Since its deployment, Oracle has optimized its scanning capabilities and automated its demand security auditing processes. 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 er  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...
The Oracle Accelerate Customer Experience--Olympus Security
Neil Dudley, Business Development at Olympus Security, provides an overview of his company's implementation of Oracle CRM On Demand.

oracle er  Oracle Accelerate Customer Experience--Olympus Security 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 er  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 Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Three: Strategy Shifts
Oracle has long moved in the direction of blurring the line between applications and infrastructure. It has leveraged the system of record elements in

oracle er  Part Three: Strategy Shifts Oracle Strategy Shifts Several years ago, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) positioned itself as the enterprise solution that was easy to integrate with partner products. Then, in early 2000, Oracle shifted focus and portrayed itself as a complete, all purpose business suite that didn't need third-party, best-of-breed products. Having been criticized for its bipolarity, and after realizing its mistake, Oracle published thousands of application programming interfaces (APIs), Read More...
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

oracle er  Company (NYSE: F) and Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL) have joined to create an automotive online supply chain. The new venture, dubbed AutoXchange, is expected to handle Ford's $80 billion in annual purchasing transactions with more than 30,000 suppliers, as well as its total $300 billion extended supply chain. The immediate goals of the venture are to allow Ford and its suppliers to capture savings through strategic sourcing. Later phases of development will extend the capabilities to warranty, Read More...
Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications
Oracle indeed remains one of the largest and the most respected (or loved to be hated) software companies, with an unbroken profitability track and a strong

oracle er  Part 2: The Implications Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 2: The Implications P.J. Jakovljevic - July 11, 2001 Event Summary  In June Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, unveiled a new suite of online services aimed at capturing the small business market. It also announced changes to appeal to its larger customers, as well as its quarterly financial results. This is Read More...

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