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  1. Arahant Member

    That Oracle commercial drives me nuts. Selling based on companies’ having a bunch of separate business systems would be like Ford selling based on:

    Tired of feeding that horse? Tired of mucking out the stalls in the barn? Why not try a horseless carriage?

    I haven’t encountered a business that didn’t have a business suite in years, maybe decades. There are some industries that even have custom offerings of business suites out there: manufacturing, construction, etc. The problems business owners face is more likely to be problems with their current business suite, and Oracle should be selling more along the lines of:

    Outgrown your old business suite? Having to go get a cup of coffee as it slowly grinds through month-end or management reports? We can help!

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  2. kedavis Member

    As far as I’m concerned, As long as they sponsor the podcast, they can make whatever silly claims they like.

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  3. Arahant Member

    kedavis (View Comment):

    As far as I’m concerned, As long as they sponsor the podcast, they can make whatever silly claims they like.

    True. I’m just saying that it’s not going to resonate with most businesses. So, they might not sell much this way, thus they might not continue sponsoring. Now, if Jim or Greg were to read this and go back to them and say, “You know, guys…”

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