Oracle rethinks its ASP strategy

Martin, Michael
August 2000
Network World;08/07/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that Oracle has begun allowing third-party application service providers to host Oracle business applications. Alteration of Oracle's application service provider (ASP) strategy called iHost ASP; Enabling of firms to turn to a variety of Oracle partners to integrate Oracle applications with their systems and processes; Size of the hosted enterprise application market.


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