Boston, MA 07/15/2014 (wallstreetpr) – Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) has released a new feature under the Oracle CPQ Cloud for the midsize market. The company said the new feature will support quoting capabilities for their midsize customers. It said in a press release issued today that the feature allows sales reps to spend less time in processing orders and more in making sales so as to increase company performance.
The company also noted that the growth in midsize businesses mean that they need to be more dynamic and also have streamlined processes to meet market challenges while boosting performance.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is increasing its cloud investment especially in helping midsize organizations. It has doubled its cloud investment in that segment since the acquisition of BigMachines Express.
Shares of the company gained nearly one percent in Monday session to close at $40.49 per share. The stock is up nearly 6 percent since the beginning of the year.
Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) is expected in Wall Street to hit $30 per share within the next 12 months. The stock currently trades in the range of $23.75 per share.
The optimism in the stock of Sunedison is based on industry prospects and the positives in the company itself. For example, analysts expect robust growth in global clean energy adoption, especially solar energy because of its many benefits and cost-efficiency. The falling cost of solar power is specifically expected to accelerate the acquisition of solar.
As regards the company, Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) has been noted to have among the riches project pipelines in the solar sector. The company is also geographically diversified such that it is properly insulated from many challenges such as political risks. Furthermore, the fact that Sunedison is significant experience in acquisition, development and delivery of solar assets puts it a cut above the rest.
Shares of CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) are up more than 3.2 percent over the past three months but down nearly five percent since the beginning of the year. Although the stock’s rally doesn’t provide a clear reading, analysts believe that its best times are still ahead, suggesting that there exist more room for gains. The company recently signed an exclusive deal with video streaming provider Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) for the drama “Zoo,” which begins airing in summer 2015.