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Oracle Details Product Plans, but Fusion Questions Remain

Wednesday, November 8, 2006
Oracle Details Product Plans, but Fusion Questions Remain
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Under fire for not saying enough about future product plans, HR
software giant Oracle said plenty at its recent conference in San
Francisco. During its OpenWorld show late last month, Oracle provided
details about the next versions of its Oracle E-Business Suite and
PeopleSoft Enterprise products. The company also emphasized its
Applications Unlimited program, a pledge made earlier this year to
keep advancing various product lines. But it said little about what to
expect in Fusion, Oracles project to blend the best of various
applications in a new product line.

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