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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 financials 11i  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

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Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 3: The Challenge of Gaining Competitive Advantage


Increased competitive pressure on many fronts, and lingering mixed perceptions about the 11i Applications suite, leaves Oracle at a crossroads for sustaining the momentum it had the last year.

oracle financials 11i  of Gaining Competitive Advantage Oracle Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost Part 3: The Challenge of Gaining Competitive Advantage P.J. Jakovljevic - July 12, 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 Read More

Oracle Mends Its Ways To Bounce Back


Despite its inclination to traditionally thrive on a moderate amount of controversy and to fly a number of trial balloons, Oracle, has also been a practical company, often modifying its strategy and adopting a tack that would work better. Thus, while Oracle's declining revenue and profit are painfully noted, the company has been taking some long overdue moves to appease its customers and to play fair with the competition. Time will only tell, however, whether Oracle has used these slower economic times to get its act together and to position itself for the its future revival.

oracle financials 11i  Ways To Bounce Back Oracle Mends Its Ways To Bounce Back Event Summary On December 13, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced Q2 2002 revenues of $2.4 billion and net income of $549 million, which represent 11% and 12% respective drops compared to $2.7 billion and $623 million a year ago. Even operating margins were lower, 35% versus 36% last year, despite Oracle's efficient cost curbing Read More

i2, SAP, Oracle Poised For Showdown in Q4


With analysts expecting SCM software spending to rebound in Q3 and Q4, vendors are sharpening their knives for a lunge at the supply chain pie. Which one will pull out the plum?

oracle financials 11i  ERP vendors SAP and Oracle have worked tirelessly on improving their products, adding functionality and building stronger links to financials and manufacturing transaction processing. The successor to SAP APO , mySAP.com Supply Chain , now sports event management, collaborative planning, and mobile device communicability, three areas where i2 is perceived as less prepared. Oracle's supply chain management suite centers around Oracle APS , a more recent entrant in the advanced planning and scheduling 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 results are completely attributable to the slowing economy, or do the problems run deeper.

oracle financials 11i  Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched Oracle Sails Slower In The Low Tide, But Mayday Signal Is Quite Far-Fetched P.J. Jakovljevic - April 16, 2001 Event Summary  Oracle Corporation , the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, said on March 20 it plans to cut 866 jobs, or 2% of its workforce, in an attempt to reduce costs amid a slowing economy. As it warned earlier, Oracle posted Q3 2001 results below original expectations. On March 15, Oracle 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 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. Download the results of this analysis now.

oracle financials 11i  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

Oracle Splurges on MICROS Systems


Oracle announced its intent to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc., a provider of integrated software and hardware solutions to the hospitality and retail industries, for approximately $5.3 billion in cash (or $4.6 billion net of MICROS’ cash on hand). While skeptics might see this move as Oracle throwing money at its sluggish growth problem, Oracle must see some value in MICROS’ target industries.

oracle financials 11i  Splurges on MICROS Systems Oracle announced its intent to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc. , a provider of integrated software and hardware solutions to the hospitality and retail industries, for approximately $5.3 billion in cash (or $4.6 billion net of MICROS’ cash on hand). MICROS has many of the world’s renowned hotels, food and beverage facilities, and retail brands as customers, and it runs more than 330,000 sites across 180 countries today. The transaction is expected to close in the second half Read More

Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Five: Collaxa Acquisition


With the acquisition of Collaxa, Oracle has quickly plugged a hole in its SOA/BPM message by providing new workflow capabilities and monitoring tools to report on the progress of business processes, and by providing runtime support for BPEL.

oracle financials 11i  Collaxa Acquisition Collaxa Though Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) has taken a rather understated position towards service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM), its acquisition of Collaxa highlights that Oracle is factoring them into in its product strategy. Through Collaxa, Oracle will be able to provide new reporting features that will monitor the progress of business processes. It can now offer workflow capabilities, monitoring tools, and runtime support for business Read More

Coda Financials


Coda Financials is an award-winning suite of financial management and accounting software designed to integrate with industry- and company-specific applications. Coda provides real-time financial visibility and control across people, processes, and systems. By acting as the financial information backbone for companies with fast-changing and mixed application environments, it offers a "no compromise" approach to financial modeling, process controls, and application choice.

oracle financials 11i  Financials Coda Financials is an award-winning suite of financial management and accounting software designed to integrate with industry- and company-specific applications. Coda provides real-time financial visibility and control across people, processes, and systems. By acting as the financial information backbone for companies with fast-changing and mixed application environments, it offers a no compromise approach to financial modeling, process controls, and application choice. 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 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.

oracle financials 11i  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

Oracle Buys Another Cloud—Responsys


Responsys, Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Oracle. Responsys will join Oracle Eloqua in the Oracle Marketing Cloud. The addition of Responsys further extends Oracle’s Customer Experience Cloud, which already included commerce, sales, service, social and the Eloqua Marketing solution.

oracle financials 11i  Oracle. Responsys will join Oracle Eloqua in the Oracle Marketing Cloud. The addition of Responsys further extends Oracle’s Customer Experience Cloud, which already included commerce, sales, service, social and the Eloqua Marketing solution.   The Responsys suite of products is recognized by chief marketing officers (CMOs) for helping to deliver effective B2B and B2C digital campaigns. With the addition of Responsys, Oracle will be able to deliver a complete solution for CMOs with B2B and B2C business Read More

The Buyer's Guide to Financial Management Software: The 10 Essentials of an Effective Financials Solution


Managing your company's financials is the backbone of your business and is vital to the long-term health of your company. But without the right financials tools to support rapid growth, critical financial processes can become a huge productivity drag. This paper outlines the 10 essentials of a complete financial management system and how the right solution can help you keep up with the rapidly changing business world.

oracle financials 11i  Buyer's Guide to Financial Management Software: The 10 Essentials of an Effective Financials Solution Managing your company's financials is the backbone of your business and is vital to the long-term health of your company. But without the right financials tools to support rapid growth, critical financial processes can become a huge productivity drag. This paper outlines the 10 essentials of a complete financial management system and how the right solution can help you keep up with the rapidly changing Read More

Oracle Reports Strong Profits


On December 14, Oracle Corporation announced record second quarter results for the period ended November 30, 1999. For the quarter, net income increased 40% to $384 million, or $0.26 per share, while total revenue grew to $2.3 billion. This compares to net income of $274 million, or $0.19 per share, and revenue of $2.1 billion for the same period a year ago.

oracle financials 11i  Strong Profits Event Summary Oracle Corp.'s second-quarter earnings rose 40 percent, exceeding even the most optimistic predictions made by the company's top executives last month. With old-line companies largely done fixing Y2K problems, sales are picking up for Oracle's flagship database and applications software, the company said. In addition, fast-growing Internet companies are buying Oracle software to help them manage vast amounts of data (See TEC News Analysis article: IBM and Deutsche Telecom Read More

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Oracle Transportation Management


Oracle Transportation Management delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It integrates and streamlines transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multileg air, ocean, and rail shipments. Oracle Transportation Management lowers transportation costs, improves customer service and asset utilization, and provides flexible, global fulfillment options. Oracle Transportation Management delivers the capabilities users need in an open-standards-based architecture that allows users to start with a single component or any mix of components, while giving users the flexibility to grow easily, without installing or reinstalling added functionality. Oracle Transportation Management can be used with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) or legacy order management system as well as any commercial best-of-breed or legacy warehouse management system (WMS). Oracle Transportation Management, part of the Oracle E-Business Suite, integrates with Oracle Order Management and Oracle Warehouse Management to ensure effective fulfillment of customer orders.  

oracle financials 11i  Transportation Management Oracle Transportation Management delivers robust transportation planning and execution capabilities to shippers and third party logistics providers. It integrates and streamlines transportation planning, execution, freight payment, and business process automation on a single application across all modes of transportation, from full truckload to complex multileg air, ocean, and rail shipments. Oracle Transportation Management lowers transportation costs, improves customer Read More