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"It's always hard for me to talk about Oracle because Larry Ellison is a good friend of mine," said Benioff.
Infor is gunning for Oracle and SAP by focusing on industry specific app suites. Execs outlined the strategy at its analyst day.
CRM companies like NetSuite, SAP and Oracle have long histories as suite providers. Is the suite era over? Is best-of-breed the winner? Not so fast: Think ecosystems and make sure you understand why these three companies won the CRM Watchlist 2015.
A long-standing battle between the two tech giants is potentially at an end, resulting in Oracle winning limited damages — or opting for a retrial.
Because of the number of firms using its databases, Oracle has high hopes for its in-memory database architecture.
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The former VPs from Infor's top competitors will lead the company's aggressive sales push in both its platform technology and CloudSuite divisions.
Oracle won $1.3 billion against SAP, but that was later thrown out by a district judge. Oracle wants that reinstated, but the third court to look at the case appears wary.
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Here are some thoughts on how I see the CRM market moving and various tech companies and projects that I think you'll find to your liking.
The idea of running transactions and analytics on the same database is not new but it's been held back by technology. But things in the hybrid world have been changing.
Monday morning opener: Adobe rates high on our survey of enterprise software vendors being used or considered. Microsoft dominates and Salesforce, Workday and others sneak up on giants like SAP and Oracle.
Rimini Street rolled out a services designed to mix, match and migrate legacy SAP and Oracle applications with cloud tools from the likes of Workday and Salesforce.
The third-party provider of maintenance and support services for SAP and Oracle business applications says its total net sales surged 40 percent in fiscal 2013 to more than $61 million, an all-time high.
Following strong fourth quarter results, the big question for Workday is whether stepped up competition from Oracle and SAP can thwart its growth rates. The short answer is probably not.
During a conversation with Workday's Chief Technology Officer, Stan Swete, we spoke about simplifying enterprise applications for the cloud.
Excessive customization seemed like a great idea at the time, but now large enterprises are paying the price and struggling to adapt to what Gartner is calling "postmodern" ERP.
Microsoft is showing the best growth and remains the No. 1 software vendor. Oracle is No. 2 followed by IBM and SAP.
The big question is when this two-tier approach turns into just one. Could NetSuite ultimately supplant SAP and Oracle in larger accounts? You bet, but it'll take time.
Rimini Street ultimately wants to be a support vendor for customers who have software as a service applications, on-premise software and even as a white label provider to software companies.
Hurd stressed that he doesn't want anyone to assume that Sunday's announcement was Oracle's first development around in-memory technology.
SAP's bottom line to Oracle? "Welcome to the party. The water is warm. Let's jump in. The industry is waiting."
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