Oracle plans to introduce its fixed price Jumpstart Internet applications bundles in the first half of next year to try to kickstart the ecommerce market.
The database supplier intends to ship suites for the business-to-business market, the business-to-consumer sector, and the ecommerce space.
Steve Levine, Oracle's senior director of ecommerce marketing, said: "We've done our research and people are looking for easily scoped Internet applications to get a store front up and running. The idea is to jumpstart customers to ecommerce and we're picking up on areas that people are interested in."
The bundles will all include the Oracle 8i database, Application Server, relevant third party software and fixed price consulting.
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