Oracle competitors and market analysis
- April 04, 2006
A new report from Forrester Research finds that SAP has the edge in its longstanding battle with Oracle.
- March 21, 2006
Silicon Graphics is teaming up with a consulting firm to target SAP customers migrating off mainframe platforms.
- March 06, 2006
As the battle for business applications supremacy heats up, Oracle users are standing by Larry Ellison and Fusion while SAP customers say NetWeaver will lead the way to victory.
- February 09, 2006
HP will acquire OuterBay for its database archiving software, improving database performance by up to 80%, the company claims.
- January 17, 2006
Many municipalities are seeking to standardize their IT systems to run more efficiently. In response, Oracle and SAP are entering bidding wars to get license wins.
- October 04, 2005
While Oracle gets a UDDI v3 registry and lifecycle management capabilities, Systinet extends its reach among SOA infrastructure platforms.
- July 06, 2005
Oracle continued to march along a path toward retail software domination today with the pickup of ProfitLogic, a maker of retail forecasting software.
- July 05, 2005
Oracle's hiring of a former Microsoft exec could signal that the company is planning for more acquisitions, according to one industry watcher.
- June 29, 2005
Are there more acquisitions in Oracle's future? Analyst Noel Yuhanna sounds off on Oracle's hire of a former Microsoft honcho.
- May 12, 2005
Fresh off a bidding war victory over ERP rival SAP AG, Oracle looks to keep the heat on in 2005, while SAP looks to capitalize on PeopleSoft customers still unsure of their future.
- February 15, 2005
Oracle Corp. is opening a Linux lab to conduct internal testing of its software on the Red Hat and Novell SuSE Linux operating systems, as well as the mainline Linux kernel.
- January 12, 2005
Deloitte consultants have found 10 challenges and opportunities that are most pressing for CIOs in 2005. They've also found one undeniable fact - that the CIO has become an essential part of the executive suite.
- January 06, 2005
Oracle executive John Wookey, who is expected to take over the reins of Oracle's restructured applications division, speaks about the future of Oracle CRM products and the E-Business Suite in a recent interview with SearchOracle.com.
- January 03, 2005
The battle to acquire PeopleSoft took 18 months, but Oracle plans to have the combined companies running together immediately. Here's what analysts think of those prospects.
- December 22, 2004
If you're a Linux supporter, this was the year to be here. While open source databases lack the functionality of Oracle and SQL Server, they've still caused a uproar in 2004.