March 28, 2005
Corp. announced significant customer wins signed during the third
quarter of its fiscal year 2005. Customers continue to choose Oracle software to integrate and
automate business systems, help reduce total cost of ownership and
create a single, global view of their business operations. Also,
Oracle's focus on strong, strategic customer relationships continues to
contribute to the company's growth.
Oracle E-Business Suite
The Oracle E-Business Suite is a complete set of business
applications that enables efficient management of all core business
functions, such as customer interactions, financial management, human
resources and supply chain management. Oracle's open architecture
allows customers to deploy applications as individual modules, business
flows or an entire integrated suite.
Customers that purchased the Oracle E-Business Suite during Oracle's
third quarter include: Air Force Services Agency, American Healthways
Inc., American Tire Distributors, ATMI Inc., Datang Power, Eyetech
Pharmaceuticals, FEI Company, Forsvarets Materielverk (The Swedish
Defence -- material administration unit), GE Corporate HR, Gujarat
Electricity Board, HDFC Bank, Korea Development Bank, Neenah Paper,
Omni Hotels, Paetec Communications Inc., Portal Software Inc., Telik,
The York Water Company, UTI Bank and William Rainey Harper College.
"Oracle Supply Chain Management will help us to achieve global
supply chain visibility and coordination, while maintaining high
customer service levels," said Kevin Laing, CIO of ATMI Inc. "We look to
Oracle as a strategic partner to support our global cost control goals
and future business growth."
Oracle Database, Oracle Application Server and Oracle Collaboration Suite
Oracle's technology products include the world's leading database --
Oracle Database -- Oracle Application Server and Oracle Collaboration
Suite. Oracle Collaboration Suite is the first enterprise-class
collaboration product that leverages a relational database and
application server to offer a secure, reliable and scalable way to
simplify business communications and consolidate information.
Organizations around the world that purchased Oracle Database and/or
Oracle Collaboration Suite during the third quarter include: Arbella
Insurance Group, China Mobile Group, Chongqing Social Security Bureau,
Commerzbank AG, eHarmony, Fujian Mobile, Geological Survey of India,
Health Insurance Review Agency, Kookmin Bank, Korea Telecom Powertel,
Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Agricultural
Cooperative Federation, New Zealand Inland Revenue Department,
Overstock.com, Seguros Santa Lucia, Vimpelcom and Wendy's.
"Having the proper infrastructure to manage and support our growing business is of critical concern to eHarmony. We've committed
to an Oracle Grid Computing solution that will enable us to better use our IT infrastructure to meet our business objectives
today and in the future," said Mark Douglas, vice president technology of eHarmony. "We look forward to working with Oracle
to build a highly available and scalable platform to help ensure that our users have immediate and continuous access to our
services as necessary."
"Wendy's goal to provide quality products and services isn't
possible if our stores don't have the necessary tools to do so," said
Matt Barnhart, senior systems engineer for Wendy's. "We're working with
Oracle to ensure that we're providing our stores with access to
information and applications that will allow them to run their
operations more efficiently. By using Oracle Database and Oracle Data
Guard, we will be able to better support the IT needs of both our
corporate and franchise owned stores by increasing the reliability and
availability of business critical applications."
Oracle Application Server, an integrated, standards-based software platform, allows organizations of all sizes to be more
responsive to changing business requirements, enables organizations to develop and manage applications in Java 2 Enterprise
Edition (J2EE) and Grid computing environments. Oracle's middleware platform attracts customers seeking a single product for
the development, deployment, management and integration of Java, Web services and service-oriented applications.
Demonstrating its continued strength in the application server
market, Oracle now counts more than 20,000 Oracle Application Server
customers, including organizations that selected Oracle during Q3:
Airport Authority of India, Boral Limited, Cannex Pty Ltd., Chung Hwa
Telecom, Commerzbank AG, Courts Administration Authority of South
Australia, Czech Power Company CEZ, Direct Line Insurance S.P.A.,
Directorate General of Shipping, Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency,
GE Commercial Financial Limited, Geological Survey of India, Government
of Andhra Pradesh-Center for Good Governance, HDFC Bank, Liberty Group,
Liberty University, Liz Claiborne, LUMSA (Libera Universita Maria SS.
Assunta), Macdonald Hotels Plc, Ministry of Law and Justice, Ministry
of Communications & Information Technology, Overstock.com,
Pondicherry University, Portland Community College, Shanda Networking
Limited, Siemens Automation and Drives, Tennessee Board of Regents,
Thales Defence Limited and University of Victoria.
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