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Twitter partners with Datalogix to gauge how tweets affect sales

The data giant has already determined that followers exposed to promoted tweets purchase 29 percent more from that brand than followers reached by organic tweets alone.

By August 8, 2013


Privacy experts to ask FTC to probe Facebook-Datalogix deal

Facebook wants to know which ads lead to buys, but experts worry the data aggregation may violate a recent privacy settlement.

By September 24, 2012


Opt out of Facebook's online and offline tracking

Tired of wondering what Facebook and Datalogix are doing with your information? Here's how to opt out of the data collection.

By September 28, 2012


Facebook: Clicks don't matter as much as advertisers think

The social network wants to prove -- through its new partnership with data company Datalogix -- that clicks aren't the only way to gage a successful ad campaign.

By October 1, 2012


Short Take: Oracle completes Datalogix acquisition

Oracle today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Datalogix International, a Valhalla, NY-based developer of client-server manufacturing process software. In a deal first made public last fall, Oracle said it paid $94 million, or $8 a share, for the company which it said will add new depth to its business applications offerings.

January 2, 1997


Datalogix posts $8 million loss

A software maker that may soon be acquired by Oracle today posted an $8 million loss on revenues of $49.2 million for the fiscal year ended June 30.

October 1, 1996


Short Take: MAI acquires Oracle division

Mai Systems acquired the Cimpro division of Datalogix International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle, in a $5.9 million cash deal. Cimpro develops and markets process manufacturing solutions for food, chemical, and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Cimpro will join Mai's Manbase process manufacturing solution.

By March 6, 1997


Oracle buys some muscle

Oracle buys all outstanding shares of the client-server manufacturing software developer Datalogix International for $81 million.

September 24, 1996