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The world’s largest database company, Oracle™ offers software and services that facilitate organizations to store and retrieve precise and up-to-date information efficiently from their business systems. By successfully implementing grid computing the Oracle databases increase the scalability, performance and security of business applications, thereby enhancing productivity and lessening downtime dramatically.
Grid computing is the basis on which Oracle™ software is distinctively designed. Facilitating the delivery of a higher quality of service it is Grid computing that allows the seamless sharing of information amongst multiple business processes.
A software solution suite/stack that addresses a variety of key business requirements, Oracle™ Fusion Middleware aids organizations to run, safeguard, expand and adapt better to change.
Be it database development, application development or business intelligence that supports several development approaches, operating system or technology platforms, Oracle™ offers a multitude of complete and integrated set of tools that can result in better integrated enterprises.
Whether by utilizing emerging technologies such as Oracle™ Application Development Framework (ADF) for developing applications in Java or simplifying processes for deploying Oracle™-based applications and web services on the Windows platform, Oracle™ provides an assortment of solutions. Moreover with Application Express a rapid development tool that offers a real alternative to developing web based applications in Java and aiding in building superior browser based applications, Oracle™ is slowly believed to be overtaking the need for Java™ or .Net based application developments.
EBS was developed by Oracle™ to help a company operate a single data center with a single database, similar to other ERP products. EBS includes the company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) product as well as supply chain management (SCM) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications. Each application is licensed separately so companies can select the combination that is suitable for their business processes.
PeopleSoft™ is a leading provider of e-business applications to assist in the day-to-day execution and operation of business processes. Each individual application, such as Financials, Customer Relationship Management and Human Resources, interact with each other easily so that a company can connect customers, employees, and suppliers more cost-effectively.
PeopleSoft™ have really revolutionized ERP software with the introduction of their PIA (PeopleSoft™ Internet Architecture). Their applications are built on innovative and open technology, enabling easy integration with third-party applications and legacy systems.
Siebel CRM (customer relationship management) is a software package that is designed to automate those aspects of business and allow an organization to perform and coordinate associated tasks over the Internet and through various other channels. Its features include customer order management, contact management, and data management. Other applications available from Siebel include enterprise resource management (ERM), and partner relationship management (PRM).
Master data management (MDM) is the process of streamlining all available data throughout an organization. The objective here is to provide everyone in the organization with a master data that has been defined, integrated and reconciled from multiple systems (customer relationship management, financial, supply chain, marketing etc.) and classified by type (e.g. product master, customer master, location master etc.). MDM is more useful to large or complex organizations than to small or medium-sized ones since larger organizations have various departments that can use multiple versions of the same master data, and this can lead to future problems during validation of data. Common processes in MDM include data collection, data transformation, error detection and correction, data consolidation, data storage, and data governance.