Database giant Oracle said yesterday that it saw earnings jump by 35 per cent in its second quarter buoyed by strong sales of software licenses. It reported net income of $1.3bn, or 25 cents per share, for the three months ended 30 November compared to $967m, or 18 cents per share, for the same period last year. Revenue at the …
All the more reason for SAP to go on the chopping block.
So there are really two companies that can afford SAP.
IBM and Microsoft.
Since Microsoft doesn't play well outside of the microsoft world. That leaves IBM as the most obvious suitor.
Note to IBM... Look at it this way. You already have IGS consultants who know SAP and you can generate a decent practice. Not to mention that you have two platforms (Informix and DB2) that already are used by SAP clients. And you did tune DB2 to better run SAP....
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