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Oracle Acquires Eloqua » The TEC Blog
management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (179) Business Process Matters (61) Customer Relationship Matters (153) FOSS Ecosystem (23) From the Project Manager s Desk (31) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1100) Information Management and Collaboration (38) Inside TEC (85) Manufacturing Operations (93) Product Lifecycle Matters (73) Risk and Compliance (26) Software 101 (64) Software Selection (241)

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: CRM, customer experience cloud, customer experience management, Eloqua, industry watch, marketing automation, marketing automation solution, Oracle CX, SCRM, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
20-12-2012

Oracle APS Makes Its Debut
Oracle Corporation officially released its Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) applications recently amid the usual fanfare. Long in coming, APS still has significant ground to cover.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: response to competition from SAP s Advanced Planner and Optimizer supply chain suite as well as mature products from best-of-breed vendors like i2 Technologies and Manugistics. Among the stated advantages of APS over other planning systems, Oracle points to a single data model that can quickly generate a single, global plan to encompass both high level strategic planning and shop floor detailed scheduling, eliminating time consuming data and plan synchronization. Market Impact Combined, the four modules
5/1/2000

Oracle Buys SelectMinds » The TEC Blog
management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (179) Business Process Matters (61) Customer Relationship Matters (153) FOSS Ecosystem (23) From the Project Manager s Desk (31) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1100) Information Management and Collaboration (38) Inside TEC (85) Manufacturing Operations (93) Product Lifecycle Matters (73) Risk and Compliance (26) Software 101 (64) Software Selection (241)

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: industry watch, Oracle, Oracle Human Capital Management, recruiting, SelectMinds, social talent sourcing, talent management, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
18-09-2012

Oracle Gets SAP ed by IBM
SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced an agreement to expand their global sales, marketing and development relationship. As part of this agreement, the two companies will work together to provide expanded choices for customers that wish to implement mySAP.com and IBM's DB2 Universal Database on a variety of hardware platforms. Following in the footsteps of Siebel, SAP has abandoned Oracle and is standardizing on DB2 UDB as its preferred platform. The deal is estimated at $400 million in sales annually.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: to DB2 databases for SAP solutions. Market Impact Oracle has been competing with ERP and CRM vendors for some time, and many of them have become upset that what they considered their preferred database vendor was also a direct competitor. Siebel, a major player in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) market, has already announced that it is changing from Oracle to IBM, and is transferring both its development facilities and preferred deployment database to DB2 UDB (Universal Database, which is the
12/8/1999

Oracle Enhances JD Edwards EnterpriseOne at Its Partner Summit » The TEC Blog
management retail SaaS salesforce.com SAP SCM Software Selection talent management Categories Ask the Experts (12) BI and Performance Management (179) Business Process Matters (61) Customer Relationship Matters (153) FOSS Ecosystem (23) From the Project Manager s Desk (31) Humor (43) Industry Observation (1100) Information Management and Collaboration (38) Inside TEC (85) Manufacturing Operations (93) Product Lifecycle Matters (73) Risk and Compliance (26) Software 101 (64) Software Selection (241)

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: EnterpriseOne, ERP, health and safety, JD Edwards, Oracle, oracle bi publisher, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
21-03-2013

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. 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 allowed the JD Edwards division to retain those traits that make it different (e.g., its modesty and no-nonsense treatment of its customers), and it remains a strong independent voice within the Oracle Applications community. Read this article for more.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: 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, despite competitors’ repeated fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) tactics. Time and again I hear from other ERP vendors that they no longer see Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne being shortlisted for enterprise software selection
7/3/2012 11:48:00 AM

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.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: lion share amongst the SAP , PeopleSoft or Siebel install base despite these vendors announcing IBM DB2 as their primary base and despite their strong support for the Microsoft SQL Server as well should indicate the powerful database technology. Thus, it is not completely inconceivable to see some Oracle-file users not minding the technology lock-in and therefore opting to remain with Oracle Applications. These customers are opting for seamless integration to the database and a strong Java-based
1/7/2002

Oracle Flying High on Q3 Report: Is Gold All That Glitters?
On March 15, shares of Oracle surged after the company plowed past Wall Street estimates and reported strong database software sales fueling a solid third-quarter profit. However, Oracle has also confirmed that it is refocusing its European applications division and has hinted that it may reduce the unit's workforce.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: its ERP competitors, particularly SAP, in its quest for CRM market share. If one should judge by the past, it is to expect product quality problems with its immature product release as well as uneven functionality across the functional breadth. Oracle s modest results in the European market, with much more cautious buyers ( seeing is believing attitude) speak for that. Last but not least, Oracle functionality is still very horizontal, except in its traditionally strong verticals like telecommunications,
4/24/2000

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 acquisition of a pure-play PLM vendor, or through internal technology development.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: level, which clearly includes SAP and Oracle , major efforts have been made to ward off the attempts of best-of-breed vendors to exploit revenue opportunities resulting from the gaps left by ERP. However, considerably different approaches have been taken by the two companies. SAP has taken the organic growth through internal development approach to application extensions, which can be time consuming and often results in a late-to-market outcry by clients in need. On the other hand, it often results in a p
2/3/2006

Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start KitPart 1: Recent Events
While Oracle's declining revenue and profit continue across main businesses, SAP and Siebel have been extending their leads in respective enterprise application markets, while PeopleSoft has been anticipating turning on the overtaking flashing indicators.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events P.J. Jakovljevic - April 12, 2002 Read Comments Event Summary On March 27, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced it reshuffled the responsibilities of two key executives with a view to revive precipitously dropping sales of its business software applications.
4/12/2002

Key Product Delays Take a Toll on Oracle Users
Amid the hoopla of strong earnings projections and a record-high stock price, Oracle Corp. is letting the release of a pair of highly touted applications slip-prompting possible user defections and problems down the road.

SAP ORACLE BOOKS: its ERP competitors, particularly SAP, in its quest for CRM market share. User Recommendations Oracle remains the No. 2 ERP player, and its strong resources give it the ability to overcome current obstacles much sooner than most of its competitors in a similar situation. However, existing and potential users currently evaluating Oracle products, particularly its CRM suite of products, will have to decide between brand loyalty (which means waiting for a firm release date) and considering already available
11/24/1999


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