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Oracle AppsWorld 2003 Underway

Oracle AppsWorld 2003 Underway

Oracle today opened its European enterprise applications conference to a record 13,000 customers and more than 100 Oracle partners. The conference will be held simultaneously in London, Paris, Rome and Madrid and ends on June 26. Oracle Corporation Chairman and CEO Larry Ellison will present keynotes at the London, Rome and Madrid events.

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Here are key points from news releases issued at Oracle AppsWorld:

1. ***Oracle announced the immediate availability of three new products in the Oracle Projects family of applications: Oracle Project Management, Oracle Project Collaborations and Oracle Project Intelligence. ***This extends Oracle's strength in project accounting and resource management.

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2. ***Oracle announced the availability of the latest version of its CRM service applications. *** Oracle Services is part of the Oracle E-Business Suite, a complete set of business applications that enables companies to improve business processes, make more informed decisions and lower total cost of ownership.

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3. ***Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Advanced Product Catalog, expanding the collaboration tools available with Oracle's Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) applications.

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4. ***Oracle announced that its iLearning is currently being used to train more than one million people world wide, including more than 500,000 in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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5. ***Oracle announced that a growing number of leading engineering, construction and consulting companies are leveraging the Oracle Projects family of applications to increase the profitability and performance levels

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