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Jack

Unfortunately, Microsoft and Amazon did not join the group found by IBM. But I think this is not bad, because customers have more choice.

Paul Morriss

I wonder if you need to change your customer account architecture to suit company accounts, now that you are offering services that are very different to online shopping.

Ali

I agree with Paul, we tried to setup an AWS account for the entire computing department to allow students to experiment with it - but that meant students could login and order books using the same account (the credit card company would not accept this). Some sort of subaccounts are needed that only work on AWS and not on the main amazon.com site.

Joao Oliveira

We'll run on Amazon EC2 our own ERP and CRM solutions for the portuguese and spanish market. There are based on Oracle Database and Oracle Application Server. The technologies we use are Oracle Database, Oracle Forms and Reports, Oracle Apex.

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