Wednesday Aug 29, 2012
Friday Aug 24, 2012
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Thursday Aug 23, 2012
Friday Aug 17, 2012
By Lanaprout-Oracle on Aug 17, 2012
Learn more on how Oracle has made investments in tools and technologies to reduce the cost and complexity of ERP software deployments. Click here to read the report.
Thursday Aug 16, 2012
By Lanaprout-Oracle on Aug 16, 2012
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently published a favorable report on Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne entitled JD Edwards ERP Products Thriving under Oracle. In addition to a positive commentary on newly released JDE 9.1, analyst P.J. Jakovljevic cites JDE’s persistence over time as a strong customer choice.
Click here to read the report.
Monday Aug 06, 2012
By Lanaprout-Oracle on Aug 06, 2012
We’re at the two-year anniversary of the Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies blog. A lot happened in the past two years – Apple’s iPad started out with a funny name, and ended up reshaping personal technology; Pinterest went from obscurity to more than 20 million monthly users; and since July 2010, Facebook just about doubled its number of active registered users to 900 million – and is now listed on the NASDAQ.
Oracle Accelerate program has also grown substantially, with hundreds of partners,
and even more Oracle
Accelerate solutions around the world. For this post, we thought it was
about time to remind everyone who we are and what Oracle Accelerate is with a
handy Q&A. Also, we just created a video overview that shares
how Oracle Accelerate works and what the program offers. Watch the video, read
through the FAQs – the choice is yours…and we reckon quite a few of you will be
consuming this on your iPad:
What is Oracle Accelerate and how does it work? Oracle Accelerate is our program for getting enterprise-class business software in the hands of midsize organizations. Our partner-driven approach enables growing companies to access Oracle applications in a more affordable, industry-specific, geography-specific fashion. The secret to the program’s success is really credited to our expert delivery ecosystem of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) partners, which create packaged solutions that speed time to value for customers around the world.
Why do midsize
businesses choose Oracle Accelerate? Growing companies face many of the same complex
demands as larger enterprises. Even more, they work within their own challenges,
including limited IT, financial and human resources. Oracle Accelerate helps
midsize organizations build next level processes and maximize their resources
efficiently through enterprise-quality applications, tailored to fit their
needs, at prices that align to their budgets, delivered in the cloud or on
Who uses Oracles Accelerate? Oracle has more than 280,000 midsize customers globally – so we have a deep expertise creating technology that helps businesses grow. These customers come from every country and industry around the globe. Just a few of the many examples include Baker & McKenzie, OIA Global Logistics and Autovie Venete S.p.A., and you can find many more customer success stories here: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/midsize/customers/index.html
What products and services are available? Midsize organizations looking for enterprise-class technology will not be disappointed when it comes to Oracle Accelerate. We offer packaged implementations for dozens of different Oracle Applications, database products, middleware, and server and storage solutions. And whether you’re based in Kansas City, MO or Thailand, there is a local partner with a specialized solution for you. In addition to the partner-created Oracle Accelerate solutions, we’ve also created Oracle Business Accelerators: easy-to-use, cloud-based rapid implementation tools that help customers to quickly and easily deploy Oracle Applications, to gain valuable insights right away.
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