/>
X
Business

Oracle: Net tools to surge in Asia

SINGAPORE--Oracle expects up to 20 percent of its applications business in the Asia-Pacific region, including Japan, to be delivered online in the fiscal year ending May 2002. With online delivery, customers can pay for Oracle's e-business software--including enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and supply-chain management--over a two- or four-year period, and at a fraction of the full license fee.
zdnet-logo-large.png
Written by ZDNET Editors on
SINGAPORE--Oracle expects up to 20 percent of its applications business in the Asia-Pacific region, including Japan, to be delivered online in the fiscal year ending May 2002.

With online delivery, customers can pay for Oracle's e-business software--including enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and supply-chain management--over a two- or four-year period, and at a fraction of the full license fee.

Oracle will also provide application hosting, technical support, maintenance, education and consulting on a "pay-as-you-go" basis as part of its overall online service offerings, collectively branded Oracle.com.

Oracle.com President Timothy Chou made the upbeat prediction Wednesday during a conference call from the company's Redwood Shores, Calif., headquarters. --Irene Tham, ZDNet Asia

Editorial standards

Related

How to use your phone to diagnose your car's 'check engine' light
BlueDriver Bluetooth dongle

How to use your phone to diagnose your car's 'check engine' light

How to access your iPhone's camera faster with this hidden feature
iphone-13-pro-max-cameras.jpg

How to access your iPhone's camera faster with this hidden feature

Don't let Janet Jackson's 'Rhythm Nation' crash your old laptop
the-old-hard-disk-drive-is-disintegrating-in-space.jpg

Don't let Janet Jackson's 'Rhythm Nation' crash your old laptop