Oracle announced on Tuesday that it has purchased Sunopsis, an enterprise software company that manufactures software for heterogeneous data integration. The acquisition comes just days after a statement from Vishal Bhagwati, an Oracle vice president, indicated that the company would continue to . Sunopsis, which was founded in 1998 and has offices in Boston, Paris and Singapore, is the latest in a string of Oracle buys that has included retailer-oriented software company , logistics start-up and rival .
According to a press release from Oracle, Sunopsis was acquired specifically as an enhancement to the Oracle Fusion Middleware line for its PeopleSoft products. Oracle bought PeopleSoft in January 2005 for $10.3 billion in a messy acquisition that was marked byand . Since then, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has placed an emphasis on products.