Users have expressed confidence in Oracle’s ability to sustain Siebel’s product line, but PeopleSoft and JD Edwards users are less satisfied with Oracle’s performance, according to the UK Oracle User Group’s 2006 survey of its members ahead of the group’s annual meeting in Birmingham this week.
Many PeopleSoft and JD Edwards users are unhappy with aspects of their relationship with Oracle and its products, the survey found.
Ronan Miles, chairman of the UKOUG, said the results confirmed that any honeymoon period was over for Oracle after its acquisition spree in 2005.
Ian Smith, senior vice-president for Oracle UK, Ireland, South Africa and Israel, said, “We look forward to listening to our customers at the OUG conference and reassuring them that our number-one objective is to provide choice.”
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