Oracle Finds Company Willing to be Bought

BEA might be playing hard to get, at least at Oracle’s current offer price of $17 per share, but other companies are still willing to join Larry Ellison’s expanding stable of enterprise-software assets. 

Today came news that Oracle has acquired Interlace Systems, a developer of operational-planning software. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition makes sense as an incremental bolt-on offering to Oracle’s current enterprise performance-management software.


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