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Oracle's Wookey Talks Up Fusion, Open Source

Most customers won't make the jump to Oracle Corp.'s Fusion applications for years, but the software maker says it has begun working with companies to make the transition. Along with the transition, Oracle's focus has been on delivering industry-specific features, similar to tools from Microsoft Business Solutions and SAP AG. Click here to download or listen to the podcast.

Most customers won't make the jump to Oracle Corp.'s Fusion applications for years, but the software maker says it has begun working with companies to make the transition.

Along with the transition, Oracle's focus has been on delivering industry-specific features, similar to tools from Microsoft Business Solutions and SAP AG. Click here to download or listen to the podcast. John Wookey, Oracle's senior vice president of applications development, talks about Fusion, enterprise applications, and open source technology.

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