Tag Archives: Fusion
That sure seems like one way to read this analysis of the enhancements included in the latest version of the EnterpriseOne (former J.D. Edwards OneWorld) product. The other way to read it is Oracle doing the right things to continue … Continue reading
Oracle is upset that Forrester research (1) conducted a survey of Oracle customers, (2) publicly shared the results, and (3) that the results are not positive to Oracle. Clearly the point of contention is that third one, with Oracle accusing … Continue reading
If you want to create some FUD around Oracle’s applications, this Forrester report is a gift that keeps on giving. Another view of it here provides a few more details, and some other ways to look at the data. For … Continue reading
In a recent Forrester Research report the majority of Oracle customers say they’ll stay on their legacy solutions rather than migrate to Fusion. And for the ones that will move….whether they go to a cloud or on-premise solution they prefer … Continue reading
The acquired ERP products were to be discontinued, then they were to be supported “forever”, now Oracle offers up a shiny new product to which customers can migrate. And the customers are asking, why move? In the foreseeable future, most sill not … Continue reading
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has been on his game in terms of poking at the competition during the OpenWorld conference. He jabs at Salesforc.com while highlighting the “momentum” of Fusion Applications….but does it seem like there is not much momentum?
Lots of HCM related news lately. Over just the past few months it has become the center of the action in the business software world, with big companies aligning to do battle. Oracle picked up Taleo for $1.9 billion and … Continue reading
We posted yesterday a reference to Oracle partners not wanting to touch an Oracle Fusion on-premise implementation because of the complexity. How about in the cloud? Combine the regular hype of cloud solutions with Oracle’s habit of over promising and … Continue reading
That’s a conclusion one might draw when a prominent industry analysts notes that even Oracle’s top partners won’t touch it. So it works better in the cloud. That may be better for some anyway, but customers that want the product … Continue reading
Gartner has published the Sales Force Automation Magic Quadrant for July 2012. When you combine the improvements on both axis…the ability to execute and completeness of vision…Dynamics is the biggest mover on this quadrant over the past four years.