So just a few days after the conclusion of Oracle World, we begin hearing more about Oracle's ECM story. Several of the CMSWire writers spent time with the folks from the Oracle Collaboration Suite department while at Oracle World. You should be expecting to hear the Oracle name more and more in the ECM and Web CMS domains over the next few months. To what degree this has an impact on the market, I'll reserve comment for now... Though, in perhaps related conversations, Larry was speaking more about the potential BEA acquition in a recent (11-Sep-2003) San Francisco Chronicle interview. From the Percussion press release: Percussion Software, the first Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendor to combine cost-effective, multi-channel delivery and efficient content reuse and an active member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, today announced that it has chosen Oracle(R) Application Server 10g as a strategic platform for its Rhythmyx 5 ECM system. The combination of Rhythmyx 5 and Oracle Application Server 10g will addresses enterprises' pressing need for flexible content management solutions that facilitate content reuse across multiple delivery channels, including Web sites, enterprise portals and mission-critical Internet and other enterprise applications. Organizations deploying Rhythmyx 5 with the Oracle Application Server 10g enjoy the benefits of high availability and high utilization, taking advantage of the grid computing features in their ECM infrastructure. Read the full release.