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Oracle ERP

Oracle ERP solutions are designed to allow users to configure their applications to suit their requirements, integrating accounting, procurement, products and projects in one solution. The software is ideal for large or multinational organizations as it incorporates over 60 country localizations, 24 languages, multiple currencies and subsidiary capabilities



    • Billing.

    • Business Intelligence/Analytics.

    • Costing.

    • CRM.

    • Customer Service.

    • Product Design.

    • Financials & Accounting.

    • HR.

    • Inventory Management.

    • Order Management.

    • Planning & Scheduling.

    • Project Management.

    • Purchasing.

    • Quality Control.

    • Sales.

    • Shipping & Distribution.

    • Supply Chain Management.

    • Warehouse Management.

    • Asset Management.

    • Document Management




    • Faster time to value: cloud applications enable the business to implement new functionality immediately and at a lower cost than with traditional on premise implementations. With cloud applications, IT is focused on integration and security, and the cloud services vendor can be leveraged for these tasks. On-premise implementations require significantly more IT effort, and a lot of energy is focused on maintaining the consistency of the existing, often complex, IT environment. This complexity can prevent new functionality from being rolled out and usually results in higher IT cost and longer implementation time and effort for the business

    • Increased innovation: with cloud applications, the functionality is deployed in a standardized manner. This means that all customers run the same software. As customizations are not allowed, innovations can be rolled out much faster and the experience from the user group can be shared. Further, in most cases, cloud applications have standard innovations such as analytics, collaboration tools, and mobile support readily available.

    • Scalability with growth: ERP cloud applications enable business leaders to act immediately if they need to scale. Typically, after a pilot period, they can evaluate success and decide in what manner and at which pace the functionality can be rolled out in the business.

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