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James D'Arezzo
Omnichannel Retail: Big Data Is Nice, Fast Data Is Necessary
05/18/19 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1202 Words

Any retailer that wants to be competitive knows it must offer a seamless omnichannel experience to its customers. However, many retailers...

Denis Pombriant
Small Biz Reaps Major Benefits With Oracle Autonomous Database
05/04/19 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1163 Words

The latest iteration leverages the Oracle Autonomous Database, which enables several important improvements for Drop Tank and its customers.

Drop Tank's principal partner is Marathon Oil, a vertically integrated petroleum company that leads in oil refining in the U.S. and runs a...

Jack M. Germain
Red Hat Breathes New Life Into Java
04/23/19 11:54 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 952 Words

The company has taken over stewardship from Oracle , it announced last week. Oracle ended commercial support for Java 8 and the Oracle JDK 8 implementation of Java SE last year. Oracle left the enterprise Java business when it transitioned support and maintenance...

Denis Pombriant
Einstein Analytics for Financial Services
05/07/19 11:51 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 837 Words

However, the last few announcements, especially from Salesforce and Oracle , have signaled that we're not in early adopter mode any more. I'll have more to say about Oracle Adaptive Intelligent Apps next time; for now, I'll focus on Salesforce.

New York...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle MCX
03/21/19 11:47 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 964 Words

... Oracle held its Modern Customer Experience conference in Las Vegas this week, and it was eye-opening. This is the fourth MCX conference and an important milestone for a company that came to the cloud later than its competition. No doubt about it,...

Denis Pombriant
CDP Early Days
03/26/19 12:50 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 949 Words

In the last week, two major enterprise software companies, Oracle and Salesforce, announced customer data platform products. Oracle announced its product last week in Las Vegas at its Modern Customer Experience (MCX) event. This week, Salesforce announced that it is building a customer...

Denis Pombriant
Millennial CRM
03/13/19 10:54 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 992 Words

Next week Oracle kicks it off with Modern Customer Experience (MCX) in Las Vegas. It will be a great chance to see the company's CRM apps put through their paces without the dilution caused by all the database and middleware discussions of OpenWorld.

Richard Adhikari
NICE InContact Packs CXone With Tons of AI Features
04/19/19 11:25 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1029 Words

CXone Spring 2019 also has new and enhanced prebuilt CRM integrations with the following systems: Oracle Service Cloud Microsoft Dynamics ServiceNow Zendesk SugarCRM NetSuite SAP BullHorn Each integration will provide a unified desktop option between CXone real-time interaction handling, and the CRM...

Richard Adhikari
New AI, Mixed Reality, Customer Insight Tools Coming to Microsoft Dynamics 365
02/22/19 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 966 Words

The main competitors to Microsoft Dynamics 365 are Salesforce, Adobe , SAP and Oracle , Wang said. They are building similar capabilities in AI across the board, but Microsoft is ahead in MR.

The AI Solutions
AI solutions Microsoft...

Laura DiDio
Oracle's Downward Spiral
01/05/12 10:40 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1549 Words

... be frank: The main reason Oracle's latest quarterly revenues nosedived was backlash from users fed up with two years of price hikes on products, technical support , maintenance and licensing contracts -- and not because of a correction in the overall...

Richard Adhikari
Oracle's Cloud Rolls In
06/07/12 11:21 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 683 Words

... Oracle on Wednesday announced what it described as the industry's broadest cloud strategy , outlining a vision of offering customers a soup-to-nuts cloud solution. The development has been seven years in the making, involving relentless engineering and innovation, key strategic acquisitions, and...

Laura DiDio
As Larry Rips Rivals, Oracle Products and Services Slip
11/19/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1637 Words

Where Oracle's chief executive is involved, it's never just about the matter at hand. There's always a bigger agenda -- and it usually involves a grand spectacle.

Pass the Popcorn
In this case, Ellison is attempting to shoot and...

Laura DiDio
Silicon Valley Showdown: Oracle vs. HP
09/24/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2206 Words

When two elephants fight, it is the grass that gets trampled. (African proverb) The private settlement of HP's lawsuit against Oracle over its hiring of Mark Hurd as co-president after weeks of public wrangling is welcome news to everyone but the corporate attorneys.

Richard Adhikari
Much Seen but Little Hurd at Oracle's OpenWorld
09/20/10 12:20 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1164 Words

... spectators crowded in to see keynote speeches Monday at Oracle's OpenWorld 2010, the question on everyone's lips was: What's Mark Hurd going to say? The recently ousted HP CEO was hired by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison shortly after Hurd left HP...

Walaika Haskins
Oracle Teams With Amazon, Intel in Cloud-Seeding Deals
09/25/08 8:48 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1067 Words

... Oracle announced at its OpenWorld event this week two new partnerships intended to boost the firm's cloud computing offerings. The enterprise software maker announced Monday that it has teamed with Amazon to offer enterprise customers options available via the mega-e-tailer's Elastic Compute...

Fred J. Aun
Oracle Challenges VMware With Virtualization Play
11/13/07 1:11 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 669 Words

... on entrenched players in the virtualization realm, including VMware , Oracle has unveiled a new server virtualization software product that it claims is much more efficient than its competitors' offerings. Oracle is touting the product, Oracle VM, as being faster, cheaper and...

Gene J. Koprowski
Oracle's Focus Shifts to Technology from Takeovers
09/09/03 8:36 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1361 Words

... Oracle's takeover bid for competitor PeopleSoft -- which dominated trade press headlines during the dog days of summer -- has somewhat obscured the company's technology rollout strategy . But that's about to change. This week at the OracleWorld 2003 conference in...

Denis Pombriant
Reading Between Oracle's Lines
12/19/17 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 950 Words

... Oracle's most recent financial report reveals some hints about its future. Oracle has posted some very impressive numbers as its cloud computing products and services have taken off, and the recent Q2 reporting is a fine reference point. From the company's...

Laura DiDio
NAD Finds Oracle's Pants on Fire
05/12/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1221 Words

... pays to advertise, right? Not necessarily, as Oracle found out when it tangled with IBM recently over advertisements in which Oracle claimed its servers were faster and much less expensive than IBM hardware. Unlike Oracle's ongoing Java copyright and patent infringement suit...

Richard Adhikari
Oracle, Salesforce Feud Boils Over With Benioff Keynote Snub
10/05/11 1:56 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 966 Words

... long-simmering feud between Oracle and Salesforce.com leaped off the back burner into the open Tuesday, when Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff tweeted that Oracle head honcho Larry Ellison had canceled the keynote address that Benioff was scheduled to make Wednesday at OpenWorld, Oracle's...

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