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Oracle News & Analysis

Got Java? Oracle Has Some Updates for You!

Oracle is providing a lot of updated and new Java functionality in one fell swoop with today’s multi pronged release. Let’s dig into a few highlights of each individual solution.

Gartner: Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP Dominate Sales Force Automation MQ

It’s the middle of the holiday period, so it’s a little bit surprising to see Gartner release another one of its Magic Quadrants. This time it’s the Sales Force Automation quadrant that features quite a number of the vendors we've seen in the customer experience management space, except this one has a slightly different focus.

Oracle CRM On Demand 20 Offers Industry Specific Customer Experience Solutions

oracle logo 71012.png Oracle continues to snap at Salesforce’s heels in the CRM space, this time with an upgrade to its CRM on Demand product. Release 20 adds industry-specific functionality for the financial, automotive life sciences and insurance sectors.

Oracle Purchases Xsigo to Advance Cloud Computing Capabilities

Software-defined networking. That’s the latest thing to have, if you’re a giant software company intent on being a player in the age of the cloud. On Monday, Oracle announced it has entered into an agreement to buy Xsigo Systems, a move that strengthens the company's position in the cloud computing realm.

Oracle Closes Vitrue Deal, Continues to Build Social, Customer Engagement Portfolio

Oracle_logo_2010.jpg It was announced nearly two months ago, but the ink has finally dried on the contract. Vitrue has been swallowed by Oracle as it continues to build and peruse social media capabilities that will tie into its customer experience management strategy.

Forrester Wave: Oracle, Microsoft, SAP Among CRM Solution Leaders Q3

In the first part of this examination of Forrester’s Wave: CRM Suites for Large Organizations, Q3 2012 earlier this week we saw that organizations are struggling to define a CRM strategy for their organization. Even still, the CRM market is one with seven companies making it into the Leaders section.

PhoneGap 2.0 Improves iOS App Creation, Adds Windows Phone 7 Support

Adobe-owned open source mobile development platform PhoneGap has released version 2.0 and the system could be a good fit for those who need to produce native and Web based apps all in one place.

Forrester Wave: Enterprises Struggling to Define Customer Relationship Management Strategy

Despite investment in, and deployment of customer relationship management applications in close to 75% of large organizations, it seems that many enterprises are struggling to clarify, or even define, a distinct and lucid customer relationship strategy.

Oracle Extends Cloud Applications Portfolio with Skire Acquisition

Larry Ellison has been wandering around town again with his checkbook out. This time he has bought Skire, a provider of program and facilities management software. With this buy, Oracle adds further functionality to complement its already extensive range of applications in the cloud, as well, of course, as its on-premise applications.

Microsoft Launches Private Cloud Tools for Windows Server 2012

Microsoft is continuing its efforts to expand the breadth of its cloud offerings. Last month, the company enhanced Azure with several features, most notably, Linux support. Now Microsoft has its sights set on the private web. Microsoft has released a new set of tools that make it easier to create private cloud environment on Windows Server2012.

Oracle Adds Social Marketing With Involver Purchase, Plays Catch-up With Salesforce

Only a few weeks after it bought Virtue and Collective Intellect, Oracle has been busy in the social acquisition space again. This time it’s the turn of Involver and its cloud-based social marketing solution.

Oracle Combines ATG, Endeca Products into Oracle Commerce

oracle logo 71012.pngOracle is combining two of its products, Oracle ATG Commerce and Oracle Endeca, into a single solution called Oracle Commerce. The new Commerce is designed to centrally manage customer engagement strategies, provide personalized user experiences and offer scalability that can meet demands.

Oracle's New Retail Analytics Release Offers Better Customer Insights

Oracle logo 6412.png A last June release in the customer experience management space is from Oracle. While the value of customer experience management cannot be overestimated, without customer insights, it’s not very effective. To provide that, Oracle has just released Oracle Retail Customer Analytics.

Oracle Speaks Out on its Customer Experience Strategy

We knew Oracle was working on a customer experience management (CXM) strategy, the last few acquisitions were clear evidence of that. Now, the enterprise solutions giant is speaking out, announcing its plans.

Oracle Early Results Show Cloud Already Performing, While Top Executive Departs

One thing you can definitely say about Oracle earnings calls is that they are never boring. This week’s fourth quarter call was no different. Apart from the fact that it arrived three days early, it also showed net incomes rising by 7.5 percent, and it looks like one of their sales VPs is "leaving" the company.

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