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We are pleased to announce that Oracle has completed its acquisition of BEA Systems, Inc., and BEA is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle. With this news, we would like to reiterate our commitment to you and your customers’ existing investment in Oracle Fusion Middleware products.
Our primary focus is 100% customer and partner satisfaction. We plan to make the combination of our companies as seamless as possible for you and your customers, and to deliver added and immediate value. Our commitment to middleware and the success of our middleware customers is reflected in our comprehensive portfolio of products, our adoption of standards and our customers’ ability to run, secure, adapt, and expand their businesses with the world’s fastest growing family of middleware products.
Together, Oracle and BEA plan to provide a complementary, best-in-class middleware portfolio that spans Java Application Servers, transaction processing monitors, SOA, business process management, user interaction and Web 2.0, identity management, business intelligence, and enterprise content management.
We have set up channels for you and your customers to ask questions and provide feedback. You will soon receive an invitation to join a webcast for Oracle and BEA customers and partners. We encourage you to visit the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) portal at partner.oracle.com and to watch for communications from OPN to keep current about enhanced opportunities around Oracle’s middleware portfolio. In addition, at Oracle OpenWorld from September 21 - 25 in San Francisco, we plan to host a series of sessions on Oracle Fusion Middleware that will include a BEA content rich program. More detailed information about our plans for the combination as well as a customer FAQ can be found at oracle.com/bea.
Thank you for your continued support.
Group Vice President, Worldwide Alliances and Channels
The above is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into a contract.