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The most valuable feature is probably the flexibility that allows you to configure different pricing models and define different discounting structures; anything that you can think of today. For example, if you walk into a cellphone store and you want to buy a plan, they throw at you all different plans, different tiers, different data packages for unlimited... more»
As I’ve mentioned, it's been around quite a long time. It doesn't have all the cool integration mechanisms that today’s native mobile apps or native Rails apps would have. That's exactly where it should be better. The GUI right now, the standard GUI application, is very outdated. I think Oracle is moving in the right direction to update those interfaces, but we... more»