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Oracle Cloud ERP Services 2021–2022 RadarView™
The Oracle Cloud ERP Services 2021–2022 RadarView™ helps enterprises define their approach for Oracle Cloud ERP adoption and identify the right implementation partner to support them in their journey. It assesses implementation services providers based on their ability to offer services with limited disruption. The 75-page report also provides our point of view on how Oracle Cloud ERP implementation service providers are catering to the changing needs of enterprises through a multitude of customized frameworks, proprietary tools, and platforms, thus delivering a general ranking based on key dimensions of practice maturity, partner ecosystem, and investment and innovation.
Service Providers Facilitating the Jump from Legacy Systems to Oracle Cloud ERP
Over the past two years, enterprises have accelerated their adoption of Oracle Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), in many cases to replace older, highly customized ERP systems. The unified platform provided by Oracle Cloud ERP is an integrated environment that helps optimize business processes, improves process visibility, and is better able to handle increasing customer demand.
Choices Expanding in Manufacturing Cloud ERP
Although ERP has its roots in the manufacturing industry, options for cloud ERP have been more numerous in the services sector. However, this is changing as cloud ERP vendors are increasingly eyeing manufacturers as a market for growth. The latest vendor to target manufacturing firms is Acumatica. The buzz at its recent user and partner conference in Las Vegas was all about growth and the expansion of its manufacturing capabilities.
Customers Cooking with Cloud ERP but More Ingredients Needed
In recent years, cloud ERP provider Oracle NetSuite has been gaining small clusters of customers in certain sub-industries. For example, it has recently found itself with several customers in the bakery industry, a subvertical of process manufacturing. In this Research Byte we look at the benefits as well as the challenges in meeting the needs of such sub-industries.
Cloud ERP: Three Things to Like about Acumatica
One of the most rapidly growing new entrants to the ERP market is Acumatica. This Research Byte identifies three characteristics of Acumatica that are somewhat novel in the ERP world. Although Acumatica may be unnecessarily limiting itself to small companies, buyers may want to give it a look.
New Customer-Facing Systems Extend the Reach of SMBs
Small businesses play a vital role in the economy and are often the leading innovators in new products and services. In recent years, software vendors have announced new products to address the challenges of multichannel commerce and the global markets that small and medium sized businesses face. In this Byte, we review two of them, SAP and Microsoft, which are building new, customer-facing systems specifically to serve SMB customers.
Cloud ERP Poised for Growth, New FinancialForce CEO Says
FinancialForce named a new CEO this month, and he’s already touting the market opportunity for his new employer, and for cloud ERP generally. With only a few days on the job, veteran tech executive Tod Nielsen is signaling his goal to increase FinancialForce’s revenue tenfold. This Research Byte evaluates how FinancialForce might get there and what it means for customers.