Oracle registers strong customer support
Geneva, January 5, 2008
Oracle has posted strong customer momentum within the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) region during the second quarter of fiscal year 2008 (ended November 30, 2007).
Many organisations in the region have adopted or expanded implementations of Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle Applications, including the Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel, Hyperion and JD Edwards, said an official spokesman.
Within applications, there has been positive response to Oracle's commitment to and investments in continued enhancements to the Oracle applications product lines; lifetime support under the Applications Unlimited programme; and roll-out of advanced integration capabilities with Applications Integration Architecture.
Oracle Database 11g, now generally available on the Linux platform, delivers the next generation of enterprise information management, helping customers tackle the demands of rapid data growth, changing environments, and the need to deliver higher quality of services while reducing and controlling IT costs.
“We have seen strong growth across applications and middleware and, increasingly, more customers are selecting a combination of these to provide their strategic integrated IT systems,” said executive vice-president, Oracle Europe, Middle East and Africa, Sergio Giacoletto.
Major enterprises such as France Telecom, Deutsche Bahn AG of Germany and Russian Railways have selected Oracle solutions in database, middleware, business intelligence, business applications and On Demand solutions to allow them to improve their business processes, and to help them gain better information, achieve cost efficiencies and to deliver superior customer service. – TradeArabia News Service
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