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Erika Morphy
11g Release Has Oracle Database Geeks Gushing
07/12/07 6:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 726 Words

... Oracle has rolled out the next iteration of its core database product line. Oracle Database 11g, the company proudly claims, is the result of 15 million test hours and 36,000 person-months of development. "Oracle Database 11g, built on 30 years of design...

Erika Morphy
Oracle Releases Contact Center Anywhere 8.1
06/29/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 601 Words

... Oracle has released Contact Center Anywhere 8.1, an application that builds on its acquisition of Telephony@Work, an on-demand provider of IP-based software infrastructure for hosted contact center services , made exactly a year ago. Its CallCenterAnywhere was a multichannel contact center application...

Walaika Haskins
Ellison Claims Yahoo as Oracle Linux Convert
03/22/07 2:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 757 Words

Yahoo has become Oracle's first big Linux client, Larry Ellison, chief executive officer of Oracle, announced this week during a conference call with analysts on the company's third-quarter financial results. Though his company is still in its early days with its Linux...

Keith Regan
Oracle Says It Will Beat Own Forecasts
06/16/06 9:51 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 637 Words

... strong revenue growth across its major product lines, Oracle said Thursday it would exceed its previous sales and profit forecasts for the current quarter. The announcement from Redwood Shores, Calif.-based Oracle gave investors reasons for optimism that the strength would spread to...

Jennifer LeClaire
Oracle Acquires Open-Source Database Firm Sleepycat
02/14/06 9:45 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 546 Words

With the purchase , Oracle adds Berkeley DB to its embedded database product line, which includes Oracle Lite for mobile devices and Oracle TimesTen for high performance in-memory database applications . "Sleepycat's products enhance Oracle's market-leading database product family by offering enterprise-class support...

Keith Regan
Oracle Launches Free Database to Counter Open Source
10/31/05 1:17 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 493 Words

... to appeal to smaller businesses and fend off competition from open-source rivals, Oracle plans to release a free version of its database software . The company has not made it official yet, but the expectation is that by week's end, Oracle will...

Susan B. Shor
Oracle Muscles in on SAP-Retek Deal
03/09/05 1:51 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 442 Words

... Oracle , never a company to shy from head-on competition, announced today that it would outbid rival SAP in its attempt to buy software maker Retek, offering US$9 per share. SAP had agreed last week to pay $8.50 a share. Oracle's offer...

Kelly Shermach
J.D. Edwards Stays in Oracle Fold - for Now
02/15/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 564 Words

... to Oracle's announcement of its PeopleSoft integration road map, there were rumors that it would shed J.D. Edwards & Co., a business purchased by PeopleSoft in 2003. The unit, considered a poor fit for Oracle because its software products focus on...

Susan B. Shor
Oracle's 'Project Fusion' Aims To Retain Customers
01/19/05 11:36 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 524 Words

... gobbled up JD Edwards and PeopleSoft , Oracle yesterday held a coming out party for "Project Fusion," its plan to meld the products of the three companies and hold onto the customer base for which it paid US$10.5 billion. "The big news...

Kelly Shermach
Oracle OpenWorld Roundup
12/17/04 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 736 Words

... Oracle's OpenWorld conference last week in San Francisco combined the company's traditional shows Oracle AppsWorld and OracleWorld in the company's largest conference ever. More than 25,000 customers, vendor partners, Oracle employees and analysts took part. Even Microsoft made its first appearance.

Denis Pombriant
Has Oracle Lost Its Way?
09/29/04 6:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 949 Words

... at it again -- Oracle and (reluctantly) PeopleSoft -- like siblings in the back seat on the ride to grandma's house. Now that a federal court has said that Oracle's pursuit of its rival is OK on anti-trust grounds, Oracle is trying...

Kelly Shermach
Oracle Faces More Obstacles in PeopleSoft Bid
09/17/04 11:39 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 705 Words

District Court in San Francisco decided for Oracle in the antitrust case brought by the U.S. government, giving the software firm more hope that it can complete its hostile acquisition of PeopleSoft . "The Department of Justice may want to appeal it, but...

Keith Regan
Oracle Posts Double-Digit Growth, Record Sales in Europe
06/16/04 10:41 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 668 Words

... Oracle said increased license revenues from existing customers and a steadily improving economy helped drive a 15 percent increase in profit in the company's fourth quarter. Oracle rang up a profit of US$990 million for the quarter, up from $858 million in...

Martin Middlewood
Oracle's Profit Rises on Database Sales
06/16/04 10:33 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 759 Words

... the market closed Tuesday, Redwood Shores, California-based Oracle disclosed that it earned US$990 million, or 19 cents per share, for its fourth fiscal quarter ending May 31st. The company's total revenue rose 9 percent to $3.1 billion during the quarter with its...

Martin Middlewood
Shifting Paradigm in Oracle-PeopleSoft Case
06/14/04 12:15 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 991 Words

Department of Justice (DOJ) trial against Oracle's US$7.7 billion hostile takeover attempt of PeopleSoft has proven to be as much a high-stakes poker game as the enterprise software market in which the two compete. Oracle opened its case with the previously undisclosed...

Blane Warrene
Apple, Oracle Plan Database Road Show
05/25/04 8:16 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 707 Words

... last week, Apple posted information about an international " road show " designed to publicize Mac OS X Server's compatibility with Oracle's 10g database platform . The road show will feature executives from both Oracle and Apple and will run in...

Martin Middlewood
Inside Oracle's Revised PeopleSoft Bid
05/17/04 2:42 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 675 Words

... the Trojan War, the battle between Oracle Corp. and PeopleSoft, Inc. has languished for a while but soon may reach epic proportions. In this tale, however, the weapons are hostile takeover offers and the soldiers are chief financial officers, technical experts and...

Staff Writer
Inside Oracle's High-Stakes PeopleSoft Grab
06/09/03 10:33 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 626 Words

... Oracle's high-stakes bid for PeopleSoft , announced Friday, seemed to come out of nowhere. "I absolutely did not" expect this to happen, Forrester analyst Byron Miller told the E-Commerce Times. "I got a phone call at 6:15 a.m. [Friday] from Oracle...

Keith Regan
Oracle Launches Surprise Bid To Buy PeopleSoft
06/06/03 10:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 528 Words

... Oracle Corp. has shocked the software world by announcing that it will set out to buy all outstanding shares of PeopleSoft . The US$5.1 billion takeover bid comes just days after PeopleSoft announced a major acquisition of its own. Starting Monday, Oracle...

Teri Robinson
Oracle Earnings Slump Along with Economy
06/18/02 6:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 663 Words

... this spring, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said he did not foresee economic improvement during the next three months. He was not kidding. Oracle reported revenue of US$9.7 billion for its fiscal year ended May 31st, down considerably from the $10.9 billion recorded...

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