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Oracle bites into SAP market share

Larry Ellison, the chief exec of Oracle claims its rival is "vulnerable"

The head of Oracle, the financial software company, claims the IT giant is
eating into the market share of its rival, SAP.

Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, said the sale of new application software
licences at his company, were increasing while SAP’s were declining.

Ellison also claimed SAP is “vulnerable” and there is opportunity for Oracle
to overtake them as market leaders in the business application industry the
Financial
Times
reported.

SAP did not respond, according to the newspaper.

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