Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts Reviews

114 Ratings
<a href='' target='_blank' rel='nofollow noopener noreferrer'>trScore algorithm: Learn more.</a>
Score 4.5 out of 100

Do you work for this company? Learn how we help vendors

Overall Rating

Reviewer's Company Size

Last Updated

By Topic




Job Type


Reviews (1-3 of 3)

Companies can't remove reviews or game the system. Here's why.
September 18, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 4 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
eBusiness is being used by us for account payables to pay suppliers/vendors and also to process employee expense disbursement.
  • Payment file generation to pay suppliers that are sent to banks.
  • Invoice validations and payment batches.
  • Currently, the process to enter the bank account information for the suppliers is a very manual process. It would be a huge improvement if it could provide an integrated solution to get the payment account information about the suppliers into the system.
  • Oracle should enable payouts to suppliers by methods like "push-to-card" by using capabilities like Visa Direct. For this, it should provide a way for corporates to collect the card information from the suppliers. This will streamline the process quite a lot and we can get rid of printing paper checks. These new formats for card payouts should be added to the core functionality like NACHA format, etc.
I am a big believer in cloud technologies, so I would recommend a cloud-based solution for new customers rather than on-premise solutions.
Read this authenticated review
October 31, 2017
Meghan Hays | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
We use Oracle E-Business Suite for purchase orders and vendor contracts on a global scale.
  • Has all MSA information for each vendor.
  • Automatic invoicing for the vendor.
  • Receipting for budgets and plug-ins with Allocadia to show actuals
  • Having functionality to pull reports under a cost center, vendor and person who opens a requsition
  • Having functionality to pull reports for invoicing and receipting
  • While negotiating contracts for marketing and other support material that is needed.
  • If it is a smaller vendor this is not the appropriate tool.
Read Meghan Hays's full review
September 22, 2014
Victor Alarcon | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
We have an on staff lawyer that authors about 17 different contract templates for service work and materials. These contract templates contain all of the terms and conditions we use for various types of purchase orders, contract purchase agreements and blanket purchase agreements. The system defaults the main contract template used and then the buyer decides if another one is more appropriate to use. If so they remove the main one and add one of the other contract templates to the document they are creating. The terms and conditions are then synchronized to the document. When viewing the document the PO PDF contains the PO itself along with the terms and conditions. The sychronization is done through XML publisher.

Our on staff lawyer enters all of the terms and conditions required for the specific service including general requirements, compliance language, lien waivers, billing instructions, etc...into one big clause which serves as the contract template. These are update periodically when the need arises
  • Each document goes out the door with a specific set of terms and conditions
  • All of our service work which we do a lot of has its own unique set of terms and conditions
  • Material purchases have their own set of terms and conditions
  • Our lawyer has had trouble editing the clauses through WORD
  • We have not utilized all of the functionality within the product
  • We didn't want our buyers picking and choosing from a library of clauses to build a set of terms and conditions. Instead our lawyer has already done the heavy lifting by including everything in one contract template
Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts is well suited for creating various contract templates based on whether or not you are doing construction work, non-construction work, lease and rentals, engineering services or I.T. services.

You can build a set of questions to help guide your users to select the appropriate template or clause but we elected not to go that route.
Read Victor Alarcon's full review

Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Contract sharing (1)
Contract editing (1)
Collaborating on contracts (1)
Approval process (1)
Contract database (1)
Legacy contracts (1)
Tracking contract status (1)
Compliance check (1)

What is Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts?

Oracle Procurement Contracts is an enterprise application that creates and enforces better purchasing contracts. It is a key component of Oracle Advanced Procurement, the integrated suite designed to cut all supply management costs.

For more information visit
Categories:  Contract Management

Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts Competitors

Oracle E-Business Suite Procurement Contracts Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No