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Oracle vs. Peoplesoft. Marc Proctor David Hayes. Overview. Oracle vs. Peoplesoft ERP Development of the information Market. Oracle and Peoplesoft. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Peoplesoft CEO Craig Conway Initial bid: $16.00 a share $5.1 Billion

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Oracle vs peoplesoft

Oracle vs. Peoplesoft

Marc Proctor

David Hayes


Overview

Overview

  • Oracle vs. Peoplesoft

  • ERP

  • Development of the information Market


Oracle and peoplesoft

Oracle and Peoplesoft

  • Oracle CEO Larry Ellison

  • Peoplesoft CEO Craig Conway

  • Initial bid: $16.00 a share

    • $5.1 Billion

  • February 3, 2004, Oracle offered $28 a share.

    • $10.3 billion total.


The market setting the stage

The Marketsetting the stage

Oracle had strong market share

IBM and Microsoft also positioned strongly

Microsoft had strong windows based system: SQL

IBM had strong Linux based system

Oracle also using Linux for its software

Market showing strong growth


The market

The Market

  • Used to be individual programs for each department.

    • i.e. marketing had its own, shipping/receiving had its own.

  • Focus was on power/performance

    • Changed to reliability and ability to intigrate


The market erp

The MarketERP?

  • ERP- Definition

  • Consolidation of Data

  • Connect Departments

  • Software local to individual company

  • Can offer cost reductions

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The market erp1

The MarketERP?

  • Average cost:

    $15 million

    • Ranging from: $400,000 to $300 million

  • Requires change in Operational structure

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Oracle in a dilemma

Oracle in a Dilemma

  • Oracle needed to renew itself

    • Develop ERP software

  • Concerned about loosing its market share to growing competition from IBM, SAP, and smaller organizations such as Peoplesoft.

  • Oracle Decided to buy Peoplesoft

    • Control competition

    • Leverage technology

    • Gain market share


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Oracle vs. Peoplesoft

  • Oracle vs. Peoplesoft

    • NPR report

  • Process involved side acquisitions, court appeals, and involved price offering.


Oracle vs peoplesoft bidding wars

Oracle vs. Peoplesoftbidding wars

  • Initial bid: $16.00 a share

    • $5.1 Billion

  • Upped to $19.50 a share

    • $6.3 billion

  • While bids being made Peoplesoft share price was on the rise!

  • Peoplesoft acquired JD Edwards for $1.7 billion.

  • Oracle upped to $26.00 a share

    • $9.4 billion


Oracle vs peoplesoft oracles last offer

Oracle vs. PeoplesoftOracles Last Offer

  • February 3, 2004, Oracle offered $28 a share.

    • $10.3 billion total.

  • Accepted by Peoplesoft.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Effective forecasting, planning, and scheduling is fundamental to productivity-and ERP is a fundamental way to achieve it.

  • Properly implementing ERP will give you a competitive advantage and help you run your business more effectively, efficiently, and responsively.


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