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So who are the leaders in EAM

Gartner has recently published its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Asset Management Software (account required). Eleven companies make the list which focuses on vendors who support large asset intensive organisations. The eleven are: Infor, IBM, SAP, IFS, Mainsaver, eMaint, Oracle, ABB, Schneider Electric, ABB (Ellipse) and Ramco Systems. The report is also available from some vendors,…

Tieto turns on intuitive Workday HCM

Tieto is an IT software and services company operating primarily in the Nordics with around 1,000 customers. It has 4,000 employees around half of whom work in the Nordics area. The remainder are based mainly in Poland, Czech Republic, India and China. They have a presence in 20 countries. ET spoke to Katariina Kravi, Executive…

Rimini begins public results

Rimini Street announced its first set of results since the completion of its merger with GPIAC. That has led to its listing on NASDAQ. It has continued its upward trajectory on both revenues and growth this quarter, the 47th consecutive quarter of revenue growth. Quarterly revenue was up 32% year on year at $53.6 million (2016:$40.7m).  Gross…

Could blockchains up-end today’s supply chain models?

Today’s supply chain models are swift, yet often rigid. Brexit presents one particular set of uncertain challenges. Perhaps a more profound and longer term one will come from blockchains. This is what Michael J. Casey argues in an opinion piece for Coindesk where he is the chairman of its advisory board and a senior advisor…

Higher Education turns from Oracle road to Rimini Street

Rimini Street has announced that Open Universities Australia (OUA) has moved support for its PeopleSoft Campus Solutions platform from Oracle to it. OUA faced a challenge that is familiar to many organisations. It has a legacy product on a release that was no longer fully supported by Oracle. The budget for upgrading was either not existent…

Oracle helps pharmacovigilance in China

Oracle has announced that dMed is to implement Oracle Argus Safety. Argus safety provides a pharmacovigilance platform that will enable better safety decision making and optimise compliance for dMed’s customers. Customers such as Hua Medicine and Zai Lab will leverage dMed’s services including the Argus Safety platform. China is looking to emerge as a global…

Dermot O’Kelly talks about Oracle in the UK at Openworld

Enterprise Times spoke to Dermot O’Kelly, Senior Vice President and Country Leader, UK, Ireland and Israel, Oracle at Oracle Openworld. In this brief podcast he shares his views on how different the UK market is to the US market, or isn’t. O’Kelly also talks about a “hell of a proposition” when explaining the autonomous database. He also…

Wyevale upgrades EPOS with Oracle

Oracle has announced that it has won the deal upgrade the Wyevale Garden centre EPOS systems. The deal is allegedly worth about £7.5 million. It will see the MICROS system Retail J replaced by Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service, the latest MICROS hardware and Oracle Retail Customer Engagement. Oracle Retail consulting will complete the work. It is…

Equinix widens reach of Oracle Cloud

  Equinix has announced a major expansion of its dedicated, private access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The deal sees OCI connected to another 16 Equinix International Business Exchange (IBX) data centres. According to Robert Blackburn, Global Managing Director, Oracle Strategic Alliance, Equinix: “We are excited to continue our collaboration with Oracle and extend this…