As per the latest report of AMR research, major Enterprise Vendors in the top category are building application with Java as the core programming language. It further said that SAP and Oracle ranked number one and number two Enterprise Vendor with $16 bill and $8.6 bill revenues respectively. The report also projects that the enterprise vendor market will decline between 2% to 6% during 2009 due to the recession. On the other hand, Oracle expects that Dept of Justice is going to close the deal of acquisition of SUN micro by this summer.
The traditional global enterprise market—ERP, supply chain management (SCM), supply management, product lifecycle management (PLM), human capital management (HCM), and customer relationship management (CRM) witnessed growth in total revenue between 4% and 9% during 2007 - 2008, with the exception of the PLM segment. The PLM segment saw a total decline of -2%. On the contrary, software service market will see significant activities in 2009 because it is comparatively cheaper, faster to deploy and no maintenance hassle.
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“Not only will vendors be impacted by the fragile economy, but 33 out of the top 50 vendors will have to reevaluate their commitment to the Java programming language,” said AMR vice president Dennis Gaughan.