Oracle Plots Course

Garner, Rochelle; Darrow, Barbara
January 2005
CRN;1/24/2005, Issue 1130, p3
Focuses on the plan of Oracle for the integration of PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards application software under Project Fusion. Purpose of the project; Counteroffensive plans launched by competitors of Oracle; Features of the project.


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