Oracle Fusion Applications
By Denis Pombriant on February 15, 2013
Old pal, Chris Kanaracus (who covers enterprise software and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service) has a story in InfoWorld yesterday which is very interesting in that it describes the current dynamics of the enterprise software business. Just to convolute things, the article is about a recent report from Forrester Research, which […]
By Dennis Moore on July 1, 2011
June has been a busy month in the Enterprise Software and Solutions (http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23EnSW). Headlines and excerpts follow below, but here are some of the highlights of the month of June: Lots o’ buzz about SAP HANA and how it can transform enterprise software … Lots o’ legal action around Oracle and frenemies, especially Google and […]
Posted in Business, Technology / Software, Trends & Concepts | Tagged google, Hewlett-Packard, ibm, Oracle Corporation, Oracle Exadata, Oracle Fusion Applications, Pillar Data Systems, SAP AG, SuccessFactors
By Dennis Moore on November 19, 2010
Computer Research studied Oracle Applications customer plans for the future, along with their satisfaction with Oracle maintenance and support. Some of the results will shock you.
By Dennis Moore on November 3, 2009
When you get your third request to discuss the outlook for 2010 for our industry, it must be “Holiday Prediction” time. With no further ado, and with two months left in the year, here are my predictions for the enterprise software world for 2010. The…
By Jason Corsello on October 15, 2009
Today was a long anticipated day in the most recent chapter of Oracle applications. Larry Ellison, Oracle’s CEO, announced “code completion” of Oracle Fusion Applications in his keynote speech at Oracle’s annual OpenWorld Conference. While Ellison’s announcement was much anticipated and has begun to answer many questions, many questions still remain.
How To Interpret Today’s […]