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Oracle Touts Its On Demand Service in Brazil

For the second time in Latin America, Oracle opened its user conference, called OpenWorld. Oracle Senior Vice President of Latin America Luiz Meisler welcomed and thanked nearly 8,000 attendees in São Paulo, Brazil, and indicated it was one of the biggest information technology conferences held in Latin America to date.

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