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The Forrester Wave™: Oracle Services Providers, Q2 2011

How To Sift Through A Crowded Field Led By Accenture, IBM, And Infosys

May 20, 2011

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Why Read This Report

Forrester evaluated 14 leading global services providers in the Oracle applications market to assess strengths, weakness, and differences in strategy. This report will help Oracle application buyers navigate the crowded landscape of service providers that can help with implementation, application support, and hosting. Key applications covered include E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel, Hyperion, Demantra, Retek, G-Log, Primavera, and Oracle GRC. Oracle services buyers should use the report and the associated Excel-based tool to short-list potential providers for their Oracle applications needs and to understand key trends in the Oracle services market that may impact their services sourcing decision.

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Table of Contents

  • Oracle Clients Seek Services Providers That Can Help Them Grow The Top Line . . .
  • . . . While Also Mitigating Risk And Keeping Costs Low
  • Oracle Clients Want Partners That Can Support Long-Term Strategy
  • Oracle Services Evaluation Overview
  • Provider Strengths Differ By Application, Industry, And Type Of Service
  • Vendor Profiles
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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