Oracle

"Our integrated suite of applications with built-in AI capabilities connects your most critical business processes and provides consistent user experiences—so you can get more done."

- Oracle

Why Customers Choose Oracle

Companies with complex operations including diverse geographical distribution, technical accounting needs, high transaction processing requirements, complex ecosystems with integrations to robust best-of-breed applications, and all-in-one capabilities will gravitate to a solution like Oracle Cloud Fusion ERP, leveraging other products like Oracle HCM and Oracle EPM to round out their software ecosystem.

Top Tier Capabilities

Oracle ERP can handle complex business process requirements across most industries, geographies, and company sizes, handling high volumes of transactions and industry-specific feature functionality unmet by few other ERPs.

Established Partnership Network

Oracle's partnership network has been developed over many years, with significant time and resources being poured into the delivery of value to customers.

 

 

Technological Advantages

OCI gives Oracle the edge when it comes to scalability and cybersecurity protection, with numerous technologies being built into its own ERP stack. This offering is unlike any other platform on the market.

 

 

Commitment to Innovation

Continued collaboration with products like Microsoft Azure and the acquisition of NetSuite demonstrates Oracle's commitment to innovation and growth. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is just another primary example of Oracle's drive to enhance its product offerings.

What Does Oracle Sell?

 
Oracle offers a full suite of solutions, including Enterprise Resource Planning, Human Capital Management, Customer Relationship Management, and many more. Its solutions have been developed and acquired to ensure complete coverage of the needs of its customers.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

  • Oracle’s most prominent solution is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), a network of cloud services that runs a range of enterprise applications.
  • OCI offers functionality from analytics and BI to compliance and governance features.

Oracle Cloud Fusion ERP

  • Oracle Cloud Fusion ERP is Oracle’s flagship ERP offering, which leverages artificial intelligence and analytics to increase the efficiency of business operations.
  • Oracle Cloud Fusion ERP provides financial management, procurement, project management, risk management and compliance, and enterprise performance management.

Oracle Hyperion Planning

  • Another legacy product is Oracle Hyperion Planning, acquired by Oracle in 2007.
  • Hyperion centralizes a business’s planning, budgeting, and forecasting, integrating financial and operational planning processes.
  • Oracle’s newer version of Hyperion is named Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) which includes Hyperion Planning and many other financial reporting and consolidation tools

 

Oracle E-Business Suite ERP

  • Oracle continues to support its Oracle E-Business Suite ERP which includes options across order management, logistics, procurement, manufacturing, financials, asset lifecycle management, and more.
  • Oracle still supports around 100 products and provides resources for product training and information.

PeopleSoft

  • PeopleSoft, acquired by Oracle in 2005, is another legacy application still being offered and supported by Oracle.
  • PeopleSoft provides a range of offerings, including human resource management, financial management, supply chain management, customer relationship management, and enterprise performance management.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

  • Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (formerly known as JD Edwards OneWorld) is a fully integrated ERP software suite offered on-premises, in a private cloud, in the public cloud, or as a hybrid cloud model targeted at mid-sized businesses.
  • This solution is utilized on Oracle's mobile platform.
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Oracle Partners

Oracle’s well-established partnership network includes Global Systems Integrator Partners, Developers, Cloud Solution Builders, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), Cloud Services Partners, Cloud Resellers, License & Hardware Partners, and specialized location partners who all serve the Oracle ecosystem.

Resellers

Resellers, such as Cloud Resellers and License & Hardware Partners, target users looking to expand their functionality with additional Oracle solutions.

Developers

Developers, Cloud Solution Builders, and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) develop specialized, third-party software solutions that advance the functionality of Oracle’s platform, providing advanced capabilities that are not delivered on the original platform.

Global Systems Integrator Partners

Global Systems Integrator (SI) Partners, categorized as Global Cloud Partners, deliver specialized solutions during the implementation process, providing expert consultation and software integration through years of industry experience.

Microsoft Azure

Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure developed a partnership with Microsoft Azure to offer their customers a multi-cloud architecture choice. This solution is offered through the secure connection of OCI and Microsoft Azure “over low-latency Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure” while easing access to Oracle databases through Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure (Oracle.com, 2022).

 

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