Analyst Chris Kanaracus has written a blog entry about how Oracle has laid out details on how it intends to compete with the likes of Salesforce.com in the highly competitive arena for next-generation marketing software. The Eloqua purchase is a big part of this drive.
The Oracle Apps User Experience (UX) team will be present at OBUG Benelux Connect in Antwerp, Belgium. They are on quite a mission to show the world the UX journey that they’ve been on to get to Fusion, and those who’ve seen the roadshow speak highly of it.
Mike Mallin, Oracle Product Strategist, talks about the increase in Social Recruiting, and why this beats other methods for finding the best hires. He also touches on one of Oracle’s recent acquisitions – SelectMinds.
Following on from the previous issue’s “Conclusions after 6 months with Fusion” item, here’s the same author fielding some of the questions he received after publishing the article (scroll down to read the article).
Floyd Teter discusses the imminent release of the Oracle 12c database, with its pluggable user databases and hints that this will enable Oracle to deliver ‘fully’ multi-tenant Fusion (some other vendors are only multi-tenant at the Application level, not down to the database level – something that we’re sure Larry is looking forward to mentioning).
Alex Hansal’s 5th part in the CRM Composer series focuses on Server Scripts (linked above). Although much of this will also be within the Page Composer available in other Apps Modules. He’s also posted part 6 here.
A 9 minute podcast describing how Oracle’s Cloud Service combines with ERP Applications to transform back-office functions. (Make sure that you’re using headphones as there is a sudden burst of loud music early on.)
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