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Progress-ing Towards ERP On-Demand
While most discussions about the Software as a Service (SaaS) market revolve around the likes of Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Google, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft

progress oracle  solution (albeit evaluating the Progress EasyAsk natural search engine); and For Database : OpenEdge, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server . The results were as follows: The business logic was separated from the UI (in the SOA foundation); A modern and updated UI (over 8,000 screens were converted); A Web services enabled product (via the SOA foundation); Native Internet support and Linux support; Development productivity improved (by using Eclipse -based integrated development environment [IDE] -- Progress

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Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors Part Two: Progress


ERP vendors are making their way into the retail market by bundling, acquiring point solutions or partnering strategically to embed retail-specific functions within their suites. Like in all other enterprise applications markets, eventually, albeit not any time soon, the retail market too will come to a showdown between the pure retail vendors and the enterprise application vendors (e.g., Oracle, SAP, Lawson, PeopleSoft, SSA Global, Geac, Intentia, etc.), which have been striving to natively embed more retail-specific capability into their products.

progress oracle  Software Vendors Part Two: Progress Software Product Groupings for Retail Part One of this note described the distinct software requirements of retail enterprises, retail stores, and suppliers to the retail industry. Aspiring software vendors offer some or most of the following groupings of products: 1) As the modern retail enterprise is required to rapidly collect, organize, distribute, analyze, and optimize information throughout its organization, retail enterprise systems include corporate level 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?

progress oracle  i2 has made better progress than the others. Once the first choice for tier one high-tech companies, i2 has become more proficient at courting middle tier businesses largely through success in selling Factory Planner , the earliest product in its arsenal that often serves as the cornerstone application in mid market manufacturing. In spite of their initiatives, SAP and Oracle still lag behind due to the old perception that their solutions will fit only in large companies. And what of Manugistics? No one Read More

Progress Exchange 2013 Part One: What's the Current State of Progress?


By P.J. Jakovljevic (see bio) and Bob Eastman (see bio) As it has been excruciatingly painful for die-hard Boston Red Sox fans to watch their moribund baseball team’s previous two seasons, it has been puzzling and perhaps also painful for enterprise software market observers to watch the coinciding self-implosion of sorts of the New England software vendor Progress Software Corporation. For

progress oracle  might have remained at Progress other than its original OpenEdge application development platform. After all, all of those acquisitions from about 10 years ago were Progress’ attempt to diversify from its maturing OpenEdge business in light of formidable competition from Microsoft , Oracle , IBM , SAP , and others. So the question many in the business would like to have answered is how does Progress plan to grow by returning back to its roots, and will this “back to the future” manner really work? Read More

Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part One: Event Summary


Although its PLM solutions will not likely be the "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing us its ability to develop its own applications in collaborative effort with its prominent customers.

progress oracle  analytics, decision support, monitoring progress against the project plan and links to customer data in customer relationship management (CRM) front-office systems. Oracle customers in particular may benefit over the long term because the integration of the PLM capabilities with Oracle's E-Business Suite can simplify business processes and reduce the TCO (total cost of ownership) for enterprise applications suite. There are nearly 12,000 customers using Oracle applications in over 90 countries (on Read More

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Oracle Announces Latest Release of Enterprise Manager 12c


Oracle announced the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c with extended support of the latest version of Oracle Database 12c. The releases of Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12 provide significant enhancements for organizations needing to manage large and complex database deployments, particularly in cloud environments. The new tools will be a great boon

progress oracle  Announces Latest Release of Enterprise Manager 12c Oracle announced the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c with extended support of the latest version of Oracle Database 12c. The releases of Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12 provide significant enhancements for organizations needing to manage large and complex database deployments, particularly in cloud environments. The new tools will be a great boon to IT department database administrators (DBAs) and provide a 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, 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

progress 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, 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 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 balance sheet. However, it is apparent that the company is running out of steam, and to attribute it solely to the slowing economy, simply will not fly.

progress oracle  Claims The Worst Is Over And Turns To KISS For A Boost 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 Read More

Oracle Moves Hyperion Enterprise Financial Planning and Budgeting to the Cloud


Oracle announced the general availability of its first enterprise performance management (EPM) solution offered in the cloud, Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service, part of the Oracle Enterprise Planning Cloud portfolio. Part of the Oracle Cloud, the service is built on Oracle Hyperion Planning. The Oracle Cloud delivers a broad suite of subscription-based, enterprise-grade application, social, platform, and infrastructure services.

progress oracle  Moves Hyperion Enterprise Financial Planning and Budgeting to the Cloud Oracle announced the general availability of its first enterprise performance management (EPM) solution offered in the cloud, Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service, part of the Oracle Enterprise Planning Cloud portfolio. Part of the Oracle Cloud, the service is built on Oracle Hyperion Planning. The Oracle Cloud delivers a broad suite of subscription-based, enterprise-grade application, social, platform, and infrastructure 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.

progress 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.   The Responsys suite of products is recognized by chief marketing officers (CMOs) for helping to deliver effective B2B and B2C digital campaigns. 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 offered by the competition, realistically, the only way Oracle will lose customers is through self-inflicted wounds.

progress oracle  Oracle/PeopleSoft Reality Check Reality Check With industry consolidation, we naturally see apprehension on the part of end user 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 Read More

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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, Oracle enables its customers to accelerate innovation and create added value for their own customers. By engineering out the complexity that stifles business innovation, Oracle is engineering in speed, reliability, security, and manageability. The result is robust products throughout an integrated stack of hardware and software, with every layer designed and engineered to work together according to open industry standards. Oracle's complete, open, and integrated solutions offer extreme performance at a low cost. Integrated, industry-specific solutions are also engineered to address complex business processes across a wide range of industries. For customers needing modular solutions, Oracle's open architecture and multiple operating system options provide benefits from its products in every layer of the stack. This allows customers to build the most optimized infrastructure possible for their enterprise.

progress oracle  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 Releases In-Memory Cost Management Add-on for Oracle EBS


The in-memory arms race continues in full force. Having recently delivered high-performance Value Chain Planning solutions, Oracle has introduced Oracle In-Memory Cost Management for the Oracle E-Business Suite to help organizations address their strategic cost management objectives. Existing tools are often unable to perform complex cost analysis on the ever-expanding volume of cost data within

progress oracle  Releases In-Memory Cost Management Add-on for Oracle EBS The in-memory arms race continues in full force. Having recently delivered  high-performance Value Chain Planning solutions , Oracle has introduced Oracle In-Memory Cost Management for the Oracle E-Business Suite  to help organizations address their strategic cost management objectives. Existing tools are often unable to perform complex cost analysis on the ever-expanding volume of cost data within and across organizations, preventing Read More

Progress Acquires BravePoint to Arm OpenEdge with Services


On the eve of its recent Progress Exchange 2014 conference, Progress acquired its longstanding partner BravePoint, Inc., a Georgia-based subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and a provider of consulting, training, and application development services. This acquisition significantly extends Progress’s services capabilities and enhances its ability to help its partners and customers modernize their existing IT assets.

progress oracle  eve of its recent Progress Exchange 2014 conference, Progress acquired its longstanding partner BravePoint, Inc. , a Georgia-based subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and a provider of consulting, training, and application development services. This acquisition significantly extends Progress’s services capabilities and enhances its ability to help its partners and customers modernize their existing IT assets.   BravePoint was one of the first IT companies to recognize the demand for skilled Read More