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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL - News) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of G-Log. Together, Oracle and G-Log will offer the first complete, information-driven logistics management platform for any industry with a global supply chain.
"Exel has enjoyed a long and successful relationship with G-Log who have provided technology to support the demanding needs of our global logistics business," said Martin Neil, Excel's Vice President, Global Solutions, Automotive. "Oracle's acquisition of G-Log signals the company's commitment to the Logistics Service Providers and Transportation software market and we welcome the increased resources and global organization that Oracle brings to the table. We look forward to working closely with Oracle in driving their transportation solutions."
"As part of our long standing commitment to the Oracle E-Business Suite, Pella has worked closely with Oracle to help develop the company's transportation products and strategy," said Pella Corporation Vice President and CIO Steve Printz. "Incorporating G-Log significantly enhances the Oracle products, and Pella is eager to continue our relationship with Oracle using the expanded Oracle supply chain suite."
"With the acquisition of G-Log, customers will now have access to proven best-in-class transportation and logistics capabilities combined with comprehensive, world-class capabilities in ERP applications and technology infrastructure -- all from the same vendor," said Oracle Senior Vice President of Application Development Rick Jewell. "This is expected to significantly reduce total cost of ownership while increasing customers' ability to operate an integrated, information-driven enterprise."
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It's really going to end up being Google controlling the residental market, and Oracle dominating the corporate market.