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Oracle Endeca Opens up to E-Business Tools

Oracle Endeca Opens up to E-Business ToolsOracle has opened up its Endeca business intelligence system to its e-business tools, a way to use huge amounts of data in a more time sensitive and measured approach to desicion making.

Oracle Finishes Cloud Push With NetSuite Partnerhip

Oracle NetSuite PartnershipOracle’s “startling” week continues with a third announcement in a series of partnerships that were flagged by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison last week. This time, it’s with NetSuite, which in partnership with Oracle will bring Human Capital Management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to the small-and-medium business (SMB) space.

Oracle, Salesforce Officially Pair Cloud Offerings

Oracle, Salesforce Officially Pair Cloud OfferingsA week ago, Salesforce and Oracle were two of the warringest IT companies in the world, and now they have officially announced a nine year deal to pair each other's cloud offerings.

Microsoft, Oracle Partnerships Offers Oracle Software On Azure, Hyper-V

Even if expected, the announcement last night of Oracle and Microsoft’s new partnership is still surprising in how far it actually goes. Announced at the ongoing Microsoft Build conference in San Francisco, it means that from here on in Oracle’s software will be able to run on the Azure cloud, as well as the Hyper-V virtualization platform.

Oracle To Unveil Microsoft, Salesforce, NetSuite Partnerships As Revenues Stagnate

Oracle, earning, microsoft, salesforce Quarterly figures and earnings calls are never dull with Oracle. While Q4 figures announced last night were unexceptional and showed Oracle’s revenues flat and stagnant, it was Larry Ellison’s reaction that set pulses racing. The response to current stagnation is new cloud partnerships with Microsoft, Salesforce and NetSuite.

Business Intelligence Software Sales Hit Black Ice As New Players Threaten To Shatter Market

At the end of last week Gartner published two different statements that contain all kinds of interesting facts and figures that together show that sales figures for  business intelligence (BI) applications have taken a dramatic nose-dive. The market, it says, is being hit by the triple whammy of poor economic conditions, enterprise confusion over analytics and big data, and signs of market fragmentation caused by new entrants with funky new offerings.

Gartner Campaign Management MQ: SAP Challenges, Sitecore, ExactTarget, Adobe Impress

If the Leader’s Quadrant in Gartner’s Multichannel Campaign Management Magic Quadrant (MCCM) is unchanged since last year, there are still some very impressive offerings in the other quadrants.

Gartner MQ Campaign Management: New Entrants Fail to Shift Market Leaders

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In the first part of an examination of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Multi-channel Campaign Management (MCCM) for 2013, we saw that the market is characterized by a re-architecting of platforms by established vendors and the addition of new functionality by the newer ones. However, even with the new functionalities and cloud offerings, the new entrants still didn't impact on the Leaders Quadrant consisting of IBM, Oracle (Seibel), SAS and Teradata.

Salesforce New President is Former Oracle Executive

Oracle and Salesforce compete for enterprise customers, and now it looks like they are competing for executive talent because Salesforce has just hired Keith Block, a former Oracle executive, as its president and vice chairman.

Gartner MQ: Multichannel Campaign Management Led by IBM, SAS, Teradata, Oracle

gartner magic quadrant of multichannel campaign managementThe Multichannel Campaign Management (MCCM) market is re-inventing itself once again. According to Gartner’s recently published Magic Quadrant for MCCM, it is led by IBM, SAS, Teradata and Oracle (Seibel) and is marked by a re-architecting of solutions by established vendors, and the addition of new functionality by newer entrants.

HP, Dell Battle For Top Spot In Server Market, IBM Shipments Trail

shutterstock_88131502.jpg If you were looking for a concrete indication of how IT spending is at the moment the recent figures from Gartner on server shipments and revenues offers just that. The figures show that in the first quarter of 2013 revenues from servers dropped by 5%, while shipments fell by 0.7% globally.

Oracle Updates Service Cloud, Releases Mobile Agent iPad App

Oracle Updates Service Cloud, Releases Mobile Agent iPad App Mobile devices are a main way of getting in touch with companies' contact centers, and Oracle has updated its Service Cloud and released a mobile agent iPad app to address these complex events.

Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Commerce Keeps IBM, Oracle + Hybris as Leaders

Over the last two years, Gartner considers the ecommerce space to still be dominated by the same leaders named in its last Magic Quadrant report, namely IBM, Oracle and hybris.

5 Ways Enterprise Collaboration in the Cloud Brings Business Value

Oracle may have outlined how the inability to break-down information silos was negating many of the positive benefits of the cloud yesterday, but today Forbes highlights yet again the business value of the cloud, particularly in facilitation with effective enterprise collaboration.

Oracle: 4 Reasons Why Information Silos Are Hindering Cloud Advantages

 While concerns over cloud deployments are now a thing of the past, the cloud is still proving difficult for many enterprises. In fact, new research form Oracle shows that the dual promise of business efficiency and IT agility is still eluding many enterprises.

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