Which erp vendor acquired peoplesoft and siebel?

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Laneisha V. answered:

The acquisition of the cloud ERP vendor Peoplesoft by SAP is one of the most interesting acquisitions in recent years.It has caused a lot of confusion about who will be leading the market. Earlier, both people and companies were happy to work with enterprises that are still running on PeopleSoft. But now, there are doubts about whether SAP and PeopleSoft will remain as competitors or could become co-partners in the future.We should not forget that other big vendors have started implementing their own ERP systems as well, like Salesforce or Oracle (among others). So what can we expect from this kind of integration? Will it open new opportunities for people working with Salesforce? Or will it result in business complexity?Example: Salesforce Gets Closer to Google (July 2017

Sable T. answered:

The IT industry has become quite competitive and companies are constantly looking for the best alternatives to their existing ERP solutions. They find it hard to choose between different vendors as each one has its pros and cons. Here I will try to present a list of the most popular ERP vendors in 2017, comparing them side by side.

Gila P. answered:

The following reply will focus on the recent acquisition of PeopleSoft and Siebel by Oracle. This event is important as it alters the future of Oracle ERP software market and will affect them even further.Oracle bought Peoplesoft for about $3.5 Billion in 2015, leaving behind a group of 1,200 employees who had to be laid off.The company was said to be the biggest software provider to financial services industries after SAP and IBM. It was also one of the world’s largest software companies with sales revenue surpassing $11 billion in 2016. The company’s products include PeopleSoft, Siebel, and Informatica.Besides this acquisition, Oracle acquired Lotus Development Company in 2010 for about $8 billion which was also based on Java programming language . After acquiring Peoplesoft last year ,