• Oracle Hauls In NetSuite

    Oracle Hauls In NetSuite

    Further, Oracle's global scale and cloud solutions -- its SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and DaaS offerings -- will help NetSuite's 30,000 customers worldwide.While Oracle addresses these areas with on-premises solutions, NetSuite "fills holes in Oracle's cloud strategy in key verticals.
  • The Maturation of the Cloud ERP Market

    The Maturation of the Cloud ERP Market

    Due to increasing frustration with the cost and complexities of traditional on-premises financial management systems, CFOs have been looking for cloud-based alternatives.However, NetSuite found more large-scale enterprises interested in the advantages of its cloud-based ERP solutions.
  • Microsoft Dynamics Edges Out Salesforce, Oracle for HP Win

    Microsoft Dynamics Edges Out Salesforce, Oracle for HP Win

    Just two months after announcing the integration of its CRM and ERP platform under the Microsoft Dynamics 365 umbrella, Microsoft this week announced a six-year agreement to deploy the service to HP Inc.Under the agreement, HP will deploy the Microsoft Dynamics platform -- including Azure, Office 365 and other solutions -- to tens of thousands of its employees.
  • Oracle Does the Cloud Dance

    Oracle Does the Cloud Dance

    Diane Bryant, SVP at Intel and a big Oracle partner, spent an hour covering a very broad landscape and she did it with verve.After a really good earnings call last week -- in which it was evident the company has turned a significant corner to become a bona fide cloud company -- Ellison was in his element.
  • Should Salesforce Buy NetSuite?

    Should Salesforce Buy NetSuite?

    The recently released spreadsheet hacked from Salesforce board member Colin Powell's email names multiple companies that Salesforce was at least considering acquiring.For example, there are lots of ERP companies, like Financial Force, already on the Salesforce AppExchange.
  • 2016: The Year in Review

    2016: The Year in Review

    This year marked the point when most vendors were most of the way to the cloud.Some still might be selling and supporting conventional on-premises systems, but they're at least leading with the cloud and its many benefits.