Oracle Helps Sales.Com Customers by Offering Migration Kit to Sales.Oracle.com

Apr 20, 2001, 01:00 ET from Oracle Corp.

    REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 20 /PRNewswire/ --
 ( http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?672088 ) Sales.com, Siebel's online sales
 automation service, will close operations on June 30, 2001 affecting hundreds
 of customers.  Conversely, Oracle (Nasdaq:   ORCL) is committed to online
 services and Sales.Oracle.com, Oracle's online sales automation service, has
 gained over 12,000 customers in seven months.  To aid the customers of
 Sales.com, Oracle is offering a migration kit to help abandoned Siebel
 customers migrate sales and customer data to Sales.Oracle.com.  By accessing
 Oracle's sales automation applications via the online service model -- which
 uses the same enterprise applications traditionally delivered on a CD
 -- companies can rapidly deploy enterprise-class sales force automation
 capabilities, enabling sales organizations of any size to easily and actively
 manage the sales process.  As Siebel retreats on its Internet strategy, Oracle
 continues its leadership by providing both Internet-architected applications
 and online services.
 
 

SOURCE Oracle Corp.
    REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 20 /PRNewswire/ --
 ( http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?672088 ) Sales.com, Siebel's online sales
 automation service, will close operations on June 30, 2001 affecting hundreds
 of customers.  Conversely, Oracle (Nasdaq:   ORCL) is committed to online
 services and Sales.Oracle.com, Oracle's online sales automation service, has
 gained over 12,000 customers in seven months.  To aid the customers of
 Sales.com, Oracle is offering a migration kit to help abandoned Siebel
 customers migrate sales and customer data to Sales.Oracle.com.  By accessing
 Oracle's sales automation applications via the online service model -- which
 uses the same enterprise applications traditionally delivered on a CD
 -- companies can rapidly deploy enterprise-class sales force automation
 capabilities, enabling sales organizations of any size to easily and actively
 manage the sales process.  As Siebel retreats on its Internet strategy, Oracle
 continues its leadership by providing both Internet-architected applications
 and online services.
 
 SOURCE  Oracle Corp.

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