Branham Group study of customers who chose WebSphere over Oracle Fusion


Branham Group has published results of their study of companies who evaluated side by side and in some cases moved their existing workloads from Oracle Fusion middleware to IBM WebSphere.The paper describes what was learned about, the reasons these organizations chose IBM, their overall real-world experiences to-date at this stage in their development and deployment cycle, and the correlation between their expectations and their actual experiences based on their selection criteria. The study features four organizations:

  • TBC Corporation, a multinational wholesaler and retailer of aftermarket automotive parts and services;
  • Huntington Bank, a large regional full-service consumer and commercial bank;
  • Bauer Media Group, a multinational magazine publishing company; and
  • a large logistics information service provider that has chosen to remain anonymous.

Each of these organizations has shared their ‘lessons learned’ for the benefit of other peer organizations and executives facing similar important IT decisions. The report provides company-specific findings from the individual case studies followed by an integrated discussion of benefits and TCO insights in the context of these real-world examples.

Download this free report directly from the IBM website.



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