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Analysts Question Oracle's 'Surround SAP' Strategy

By Renee Boucher Ferguson  |  Posted 06-27-2007 Print
Analysts are skeptical about Oracle's acquisition strategy versus its ability to grow organically.

Powering the stellar fourth quarter numbers Oracle announced yesterday—total revenues up 17 percent to 5.8 billion, beating the Street estimate of $5.6 billion—is an acquisition strategy that seems, on the surface at least, to be growing revenue and successfully making inroads into SAP's customer base.


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