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Considering Data Junction for integration with Oracle

We are developing a new CRM database using SalesForce.com, which uses an Oracle back-end. It will integrate with our Product and Revenue tracking database that will remain in Lotus Notes. To integrate our revenue fields into SalesForce and take advantage of their reporting ability, their developers are suggesting that we use a product called Data Junction. Would you have a better recommendation for integration between Lotus Notes and Oracle?
Take a close look at LEI and compare it with Data Junction. Both will achieve what you want - transferring data between Notes and Oracle, and more. The nice thing for you regarding LEI is that it is administered via a Notes database, which is something you are [probably] already familiar with. The bigger question for you might be around cost for the product and ongoing support. Depending on the size of your company (i.e. the number of Notes licenses you own), you might get a better-than-street price on LEI and it can also be covered under your Lotus Passport Support Agreement.

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