Jordan's Mutah UTAH UNIVERSITY SELECTS ORACLE COLLABORATION SUITE

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By  Maddy Reddy Published  December 24, 2003

TO MINIMIZE ADMINISTRATION COST

Oracle Corporation, today announced that Mutah University, an engineering institute in Amman, Jordan has selected Oracle Collaboration Suite for all its communication needs.

Oracle Collaboration Suite, Release 2 works with relational database (RDBMS) like Oracle 10g and middleware like the Oracle9i application server infrastructure, and offers users enterprise-class messaging and collaboration applications.

It will provide the university's provides 500 employees access to integrated email, voicemail, calendaring, fax, file sharing, web conferencing, search capabilities, integrated email from popular desktop clients such as Microsoft Outlook, web browsers and a wide range of wireless devices, including PDAs and mobile phones. Oracle Collaboration Suite will bring real-time collaboration to the offering with Oracle. The company's Jordan partner CCS will develop the bespoke applications for the university.

"Mutah's automation and collaboration initiative will create more streamlined, accessible systems that allow more rapid flow of timely information, while becoming easier and less costly to maintain. We're delighted that Mutah University is building on its existing Oracle infrastructure for the benefit of its students and staff," says Husam Dajani, vice president- Oracle Middle East.

The 22-year old university believes with the new implementation, the school's administrative costs, and total cost of technology ownership would be reduced.

"Our experience has demonstrated that Oracle software is equal to any end-user requirement, and offers significant benefits to our organization, including ease of deployment, reliability, and a strong affinity with the specific needs of the academic community. We anticipate a sizeable return on investment in deploying the Oracle Collaboration Suite," says Dr. Abdel-Rahman.Al-Zoubidy computer center director, Mu'tah University.

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