Oracle completed its $440 million acquisition of Stellent in December 2006. Stellent brings to Oracle a best-of-breed software suite that already has significant presence within the $3.6 billion ECM industry. Yesterday Oracle laid out their strategy with the ECM space for the next 12 months. Oracle plans five product component releases over the next year that integrate Stellent and Oracle’s own technology. The combined ECM product will be known as the Oracle Enterprise Content Managment Suite and will consist of five components:Universal Content ManagementUniversal Records ManagementImaging Process ManagementInformation Rights ManagementContent Database SuiteOf these five pieces, all but Content DB will be based almost exclusively on components of the Universal Content Management product acquired from Stellent. One thing that hasn’t changed in Oracle’s strategy though is their plan for all these products to be able to store all content in Oracle databases, both metadata and unstructured files. Oracle also plans integration between their ECM suite and Oracle application servers, identity management software, and Oracle Secure Enterprise Search.