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OAUG on Oracle Fusion Applications adoptionDate: Apr 20, 2011
Oracle Application Users Group president Mark Clark predicts the adoption strategy Oracle applications users will take in regards to Fusion Applications in both the near- and long-term.
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OAUG on Oracle Fusion Applications adoption
Mark Clark: I think customers are going to take the next few
months and potentially
next year, to see how the experiences go with the Fusion early adopters, to
get their feedback for how it's gone. I think people have an appreciation
for Oracle being cautious about how it's released to the market, and
they're just not releasing it and turning it loose on their customers. So I
think folks appreciate the approach that Oracle is taking. It's very
cautious and I think folks want to see how it goes.