Oracle eBusiness Suite is a suite of business applications offered by Oracle, including customer relationship management, service management, financial management, human capital management, project portfolio management, and supply chain management. Oracle also offers other ERP platforms, including Oracle ERP Cloud (formerly Fusion), JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and PeopleSoft Financials.
|Best Fit For:||N/A|
|Most Compared To:||SAP Business One|
|Employees:||136k (entire company, on LinkedIn)|
|Rating Attribute||Oracle eBusiness Suite Rating||# of Reviewers Contributing to Rating Average||Accounting Software Average Rating|
|Likelihood to recommend||7.4||10||8.1|
|Likelihood to renew||7.9||7||8.5|
|Oracle eBusiness Suite Pros||Oracle eBusiness Suite Cons|
The various Oracle modules, though often built through acquisitions, integrate well with each other.
|Mix of technologies / languages
The platform uses a mix of different technologies (given the history of acquisitions), including PL/SQL, Java, and SOA. This can be difficult to keep up with and find expertise in.
The software supports doing business internationally with multi-language and multi-currency features. There are modules for some countries with specific regulatory requirements as well.
Supporting the platform can be expensive, and requires frequent patches to fix bugs, which can cause issues elsewhere.
|Data integrity / consistency of reporting
Given the various modules, which integrate with each other, Oracle eBusiness Suite helps provide an end-to-end view of business processes and facilitates consistent reporting practices.
|Requires development staff
The platform is complex and requires expertise to set up and maintain.
Oracle eBusiness Suite provides functionality in the areas of accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, order management, order-to-cash, manufacturing, shipping, supply chain, sales, etc.