Oracle Trial Focuses on DOJ's 'Big Three' Theory

Wednesday Jun 9th 2004 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Testimony in the Department of Justice antitrust trial against Oracle zeroed in on the government's key theory that PeopleSoft Inc. is one of only three companies that compete...

[From eWeek]

SAN FRANCISCO--Testimony in the Department of Justice antitrust trial against Oracle zeroed in on the government's key theory that PeopleSoft Inc. is one of only three companies that compete in the global market for high-end enterprise application software.

Richard Bergquist, PeopleSoft Inc.'s chief technology officer and the company's only fellow, testified that SAP AG and Oracle Corp. are the competitors PeopleSoft encounters most frequently in selling its human resources management and financial management software to enterprise customers.

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