Customers with legacy J.D. Edwards and PeopleSoft applications have some big decisions to make about Oracle Fusion in the coming year. As reported on eWeek, many of them will be looking beyond the enterprise software giant out of feelings of frustration and lockdown.
"Ironically, customers who are most frustrated with Oracles licensing and support practices contend they will keep with or even invest more with the company. Roughly 58 percent of Oracle clients in this report are frustrated; Yet, 37 percent are planning to invest more in Oracle products in the next three years.
"What choice do some of these companies have? It depends on which applications and technologies you are speaking about, said Frank Scavo, president of Computer Economics, in an interview with eWEEK."