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We believe people are definitely interested in upgrading to Oracle11i (ORCL). Upgraded performance is generally good, with certain early adopters having some performance issues. Upgrades with the latest version are trouble-free.

GE Power is rolling out ORCL Applications to 41 plants over two years. BellSouth could also be a marquee account and could be the first to roll out the entire suite of ORCL products. We have spoken to several people in the field—ORCL's largest division is forecasting 70 percent applications growth while most people have 50 percent in their models. The pipeline looks even better, and management is confident with 50-100 percent applications growth.

We maintain our STRONG BUY RATING. Although it is still early in the quarter, we are encouraged with ORCL's results so far. 11i is getting traction as evidenced by a pickup in activity from Price Waterhouse, the only real integrator of ORCL applications.

Chuck Phillips

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