Sunday, February 10, 2008
Oracle marches ahead ...2006....2007...2008...
Oracle will add Captovation — a Minnesota-based vendor of enterprise content management (ECM) strategies — to its ever growing list of acquired software companies
Airtel, India's leading integrated communications service provider, has implemented Oracle(r) Communications Order and Service Management and Oracle Communications Inventory Management
Oracle to buy BEA
Qatari business conglomerate Salam International Investment has awarded the contract for its new Oracle implementation project to Dubai-based IT consulting firm Satyam Computer Services
Oracle wins CRM deal with Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA)
Oracle buys LogicalApps. Oracle said LogicalApps' portfolio of control management solutions will be integrated into its governance, risk and compliance applications suite.advertisement
Saudi Arabian network service provider Bayanat has implemented a communications billing and revenue management and CRM solution from Oracle.
Baud Telecom Company (BTC) has selected Oracle Communication's Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) solution to enable it to easily manage subscriber services in new markets.
IT solutions provider Zensar has bagged new orders worth 11 million dollar for implementation of Oracle applications and offshore support.
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive India (MEAI) has selected Oracle Applications 11i for implementation
Telecom operator Idea Cellular will implement Oracle India's Siebel CRM (Customer Relationship Management) application for providing a uniform customer experience to both post-paid and pre-paid customers
Oracle acquires Agile Software
Oracle Consulting has won a $67 million, 10-year contract to help deliver a shared corporate services project to the Western Australia government. As part of the deal, the WA government had also bought various Oracle software products -- including Oracle E-Business Suite 11i and Oracle Database 10g on Oracle Real Application Clusters with Oracle Application Server 10g.
Leading dry cell batteries and flashlight manufacturer Eveready Industries India Ltd. is using Oracle's IT applications in 68 locations within the country
Oracle Corp. has signed an $88.5 million, multiyear contract with the U.S. Air Force, which includes a closely watched deal to build a new logistics system for the organization. The Air Force's Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) is intended to replace more than 500 legacy IT systems with one integrated, commercial SCM (supply chain management) system. Oracle was competing directly against SAP AG and other ERP (enterprise resource planning) vendors for the ECSS contract.
Oracle Corporation won the bidding battle for retail software specialist Retek after rival SAP dropped out of the bidding competition
In a global multi-million dollar deal, spanning 140 countries, Satyam has won an order to implement an Oracle ERP system for the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Sierra Atlantic has won a $1-million IT deal from Malaysia's largest port - Port of Tanjung Pelapas (PTP) in Johor, for Oracle e-Business Suite implementation
Oracle invests in Saudi economic city
Qantas, a world-leading airline chose Satyam to implement Oracle E-business suite of products