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Friday, September 24, 2004

I had an interesting thought last night and I thought "I must remember to blog this"...but it's gone now so I will just post a bunch of links instead. It will probably come to me as soon as I publish this post.

Interesting chatter about the enterprise software market (s). Oracle obviously wants PeopleSoft - which is a good move because it will allow Oracle to compete more directly with SAP. IBM? I really don't think they are in the market. IBM is a consulting business. All lines within that business exist to support consulting. If IBM were to buy PeopleSoft customers would begin to worry about IBM's platform independence. Microsft buying SAP? Now that's interesting. It would give Microsoft an immediate dominate share of the only software market it is not currently competing in - and you can bet Microsoft want's a peice of that pie.

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