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Oracle moves Eloqua AppCloud to Topliners

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Redwood City, Calif.—Oracle Corp. has moved its Eloqua AppCloud marketing automation system to its Topliners open community for easier marketer access. Topliners, a community for discussing marketing trends and tips, was built by marketing automation company Eloqua Corp., which Oracle acquired in December 2012. Topliners also makes available apps built by third parties that extend the capabilities of Eloqua applications. EloquaApp Cloud offers similar apps, including ones that integrate YouTube videos with email and connect Eloqua with contact databases. Topliners has nearly 11,000 registered users and more than 100 applications available, Oracle said in a statement.
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