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The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

oracle advanced compression  data warehouses, and the Oracle Warehouse Builder integration tool that supports advanced data loads and data capture for low latency databases. They also offer other products like Oracle Partitioning, which can lower query times and increase data availability. Teradata Among other products offered, Terada Database 12 is an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) solution with parallel operation capability, mission-critical availability, and ease of integration. With support from symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), Read More

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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Quote-to-order: A Newcomer Causes a Stir in the Market
A crop of next-generation, Web-based, on-demand, startup quote-to-order systems providers has lately flourished, spearheaded by BigMachines, whereas some

oracle advanced compression  Certified Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork ( OPN ). As mentioned above, BigMachines' offerings help enable sales teams to configure complex products, manage complex pricing and up-sell options, create quotes and proposals, and send error-free orders to ERP systems or order entry personnel. As for Oracle, its multi-channel offerings allow organizations to manage and coordinate all customer interactions across the Web, contact center, field sales/service force, branch/retail network, and indirect Read More
The 2008 Handbook of Application Delivery: A Guide to Decision Making
IT organizations can no longer manage networks in isolation from the applications they support, requiring a shift from focusing on devices to a focus on

oracle advanced compression  a vendor such as Oracle or SAP, or acquire them from a software-as-a-service provider such as Salesforce.com. Communicative and Collaborative This includes delay sensitive applications such as Voice over IP and conferencing, as well as applications that are less delay sensitive such as email. Other Data Applications This category contains the bulk of a company's data applications. While these applications do not merit the same attention as the enterprise's business critical applications, they are Read More
Holistic Omni-Channel Customer Experience Spotlighted at KANA Connect
I couldn’t make it to the KANA Connect 2013 conference this September, but the marvels of modern technology allowed me to follow the event in real time through

oracle advanced compression  client (although the nascent Oracle Service Cloud will certainly fix that usability issue). Salesforce.com ’s Service Cloud , Desk.com , Microsoft Dynamics CRM , Zendesk , Emailtopia , LiveCom , and Infor Epiphany lack support for some of the channels and/or scalability. Consequently, KANA has lately experienced a major traction with many substantive wins. In total, 60 customers have recently been added globally, and 25 of Fortune 100 companies are now KANA customers. There are about 40 percent cloud Read More
Role of In-memory Analytics in Big Data Analysis
Organizations today need to handle and manage increasingly large volumes of data in various formats and coming from disparate sources. Though the benefits to be

oracle advanced compression  IBM , TimesTen by Oracle , and HANA by SAP are multipurpose in-memory databases created specifically to allow the running applications to achieve fast response times . As such, these systems have the potential to change the way organizations process and distinguish between transactional (operational) and nontransactional (analytical) data. From a design perspective, IMDSs exhibit key features that ensure the highest possible performance in critical environments: Reduce data transfer overload. While Read More
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for Human Resource Management Certification Report
Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) is now TEC Certified for online comparison of human resource management (HRM) solutions in TEC's Evaluation Centers. The

oracle advanced compression  TEC Product Certification Report: Oracle E-Business Suite (12.1) for HRM If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. TEC specializes in impartial and quantifiable software selection. Our unique Web-based technology allows us to deliver a variety of software evaluation and selection services online, and to deliver results in far less time than traditional consulting engagements. We don't represent, resell, or implement specific Read More
Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud Service
Find out about Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud Service, a complete and integrated financial management solution with automated financial processing, effective

oracle advanced compression  Service Find out about Oracle Fusion Financials Cloud Service, a complete and integrated financial management solution with automated financial processing, effective management control, and real-time visibility to financial results. Read the data sheet. Read More
Oracle Flying High on Q3 Report: Is Gold All That Glitters?
On March 15, shares of Oracle surged after the company plowed past Wall Street estimates and reported strong database software sales fueling a solid third

oracle advanced compression  Gold All That Glitters? Oracle Flying High on Q3 Report: Is Gold All That Glitters? P.J. Jakovljevic - April 24th, 2000 Event Summary On March 15, shares of Oracle surged after the company plowed past Wall Street estimates and reported strong database software sales fueling a solid third-quarter profit. Shortly after the opening bell, Oracle shares jumped $3.69, or nearly 5 percent, to $80.69, on heavy volume of 12.7 million shares. The company also got an early boost from investment firms, which raised Read More
Case Study: Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems
Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems was having problems with its product development processes. The company’s home-grown system of Windows folders, Excel

oracle advanced compression  Study: Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems was having problems with its product development processes. The company’s home-grown system of Windows folders, Excel files, and Access databases was causing data inconsistencies that led to costly rework. Learn how Astronics chose a product lifecycle management (PLM) solution that eliminated data inconsistencies, streamlined communication, and helped save the company time and money. Read More
Oracle Sails Despite Market’s Low Tide; How Far Will It Go?
For the time being, Oracle seems to have defied a global trend toward a slowdown in the technology market, which even its archrival, Microsoft, could not avoid.

oracle advanced compression  Far Will It Go? Oracle Sails Despite Market's Low Tide; How Far Will It Go? P.J. Jakovljevic - January 12, 2001 Event Summary In December, Oracle Corporation , the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced that second quarter net income increased 62% to $623 million, while revenue grew 14.5% to $2.7 billion. This compares to $2.3 billion in revenue and $384 million in net income in Q2 last year. Applications software sales increased 66% Read More
Case Study: Advanced Scientifics Inc.
Make-to-order company Advanced Scientifics produces medical devices, including bag systems, tubing assemblies, and molded components. Manual paper-based systems

oracle advanced compression  Study: Advanced Scientifics Inc. Make-to-order company Advanced Scientifics produces medical devices, including bag systems, tubing assemblies, and molded components. Manual paper-based systems severely hampered the company’s growth potential: it couldn’t effectively control production consistency, as its inventory control and job orders weren’t scalable. Learn how annual revenue by went up 20 percent with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Read More
Oracle Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release
The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle Database In

oracle advanced compression  for Database In-Memory Release Oracle CEO Larry Ellison took center stage at a special event to announce the planned release of the Oracle Database In-Memory . The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle originally announced the in-memory solution during last year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference. The Oracle Database In-Memory demonstrated from 100x to more than 1000x speedup for enterprise application Read More
Stalled Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events
While Oracle's declining revenue and profit continue across main businesses, SAP and Siebel have been extending their leads in respective enterprise application

oracle advanced compression  Oracle Fumbling For A Jump-Start Kit Part 1: Recent Events Event Summary On March 27, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced it reshuffled the responsibilities of two key executives with a view to revive precipitously dropping sales of its business software applications. Senior vice president Mark Barrenechea will now lead the company's new market development group, which will track Read More
Oracle Mends Its Ways To Bounce Back
Despite its inclination to traditionally thrive on a moderate amount of controversy and to fly a number of trial balloons, Oracle, has also been a practical

oracle advanced compression  Ways To Bounce Back Oracle Mends Its Ways To Bounce Back Event Summary On December 13, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL), the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced Q2 2002 revenues of $2.4 billion and net income of $549 million, which represent 11% and 12% respective drops compared to $2.7 billion and $623 million a year ago. Even operating margins were lower, 35% versus 36% last year, despite Oracle's efficient cost curbing Read More

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