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- Supply Planning and MRP: Its very easy for the users to use supply planning to procure material in the right quantities and in the correct time without spending a lot of time reviewing data to make decisions.
- The supplier collaboration is very good. Using the suppliers to act as an additional planning review step allows us to manage the overages and under ordering of material based on forecasts that our planners may miss.
- The requisition approval flow is very good after it is setup. This gives me the financial accumen to make decisions on spend and to also be able to review the spend in the OTBI to balance my budgets.
- The Oracle mobile procurement app is pretty poor. Its very slow, and instead of the punchout catalogs accessing the suppliers mobile page, it uses their full page and on mobile devices, makes it very hard to use.
- Demand planning connection to EDI data just became available in 19B and so we are dealing with un-scrubbed forecasts in our supply plan which is causing inventory issues. This should have been done earlier in the development process.
- The infolets are not really configurable and to gather KPIs through OTBI is very difficult, espically those that are cross functional in nature. Meaning, manage KPIs on invoices and POs, since they are in two different subject areas, we have to rely on outside assistance to build these reports. Surely there is a better way.
- Financial management will be significantly enhanced, today we are using multiple systems, reports, manually created Excel spreadsheets to track project financials, create invoices, etc. Moving to the Cloud is going to greatly enhance our analytics and reduce or eliminate manual redundancies
- Leveraging work flow capacity for resource requests will also save us a lot of time and energy in trying to help the project managers find the correct resources managers and helping resource managers understand what their employee's capacity and skills are for the type of work.
- Being able to assign resources to detailed tasks in the work plan but only have to submit time to a higher level parent task may not sound like a big deal but it's a game changer for us. this eliminates the need for us to track a more detailed plan outside of the tool, this will help project managers plan better and have more control over hours spent on certain tasks.
- Change Orders, very hard to customize the field setting at all to help us capture data that is important to us, it will also be nice if it was integrated with the budget so it would be automatically updated.
- Would be helpful if there was a feature that will allow us to send and track sign off requests for external clients through the tool, this is still something we need to do outside of the tool.
- Ability to download into Microsoft Project and make your changes to your plan and then upload into Oracle.
- Well suited for managing project financials and integrating other expenses such as hardware/software
- Great tool for managing resources requests and assigning users to projects
- Not currently as well suited for using to track and process change controls
- Core Financials is second to none.
- Built on the Fusion stack which is highly extensible.
- The adaptive intelligence in ERP Cloud is pretty cool.
- Deeper functionality in asset management.
- More web services API's would be good.
- Improved analytics capability.
- It streamlines all core business operations ensuring efficient workflows
- Offers cutting-edge financial reporting through its Financials Cloud ensuring accurate financial reporting and management.
- Enables comprehensive management of project and portfolios in their complete life-cycle hence ensuring efficiency and success.
- Its not that highly customizable.
- The monthly charges are a bit high as they are payable monthly/user.
- Poor internet connections impedes on how it works making it slow and sluggish.
We support the in-house users for the same, in case they face any issues or need any assistance with the product.
- OTBI report are very user-friendly.
- The Supplier Quality Module in the P2P business flow is a great added feature.
- We use the Multi-D database instead of the daily data load to Hyperion which was there in the earlier versions.
- The supplier invoices scanning could have some more features and error-free processing.
- It's simple and easy to use.
- It's open to connecting to any other systems.
- It's easy to adopt the modern best practices embedded.
- You can enable fast transformation or the pace the customer requires.
- It changes the way the consulting services do their value service, and changes the deployment process.
- Business process automation.
- It enables mobile business processes.
- It's easy to configure workflows.
- Thinking to upgrade your SAP legacy Applications.
- Commitment to reducing TCO.
- Taking the organization to the next level and facilitates the adoption for a new generation of employees.
- Wanting to eliminate the high costs of SAP.
- Want to be living in the past, waiting for your business death.
- Want to keep with a higher level of costs with SAP.
- Performance - fulfillment of orders
- End-user access - users are able to work with the system in little time of training
- Up time
- Switching between modules
- Fewer clicks to access the modules
- Easier integrations with other Oracle products
- Creating custom reports is difficult to do
- Integrates with other Oracle modules
- All basic business functions including purchasing, manufacturing, shipping and financials
- Continuous innovation and upgrading - this can be a pain point but in the end we are able to continually improve our process and grow.
- Quality - more features needed.
- Asset monitoring - still in its infanty but growing. So far we have not been able to replace all of our maintenance-related functions with this product.
- Easier setup
- Consolidated views when it comes to UI
- Analytic report writing
- Some key functions removed from EBS Suite and are needed back in Cloud.
- Fewer days to test between patching in TEST and PROD pods.
- Some customization should be allowed.
- Is quick to configure, to get an organization wide purchase req system.
- Excellent flexibility for setting up approval workflows and rules.
- Provides punchout capability to connect to supplier ordering sites.
- Configuration is sometimes not intuitive, e.g. flexfield configuration.
- Catalogs are difficult to set up and not intuitive. Seems like scrapping the old foundation and starting over might make sense.
- Larger companies on a track for growth are good candidates. I've worked with startup companies over the past few years and they are not good candidates.
- I think that manufacturing companies or those who manage inventory are great candidates where they will realize a lot of value. Those with just financials requirements are not as good.
- Oracle Financial Cloud is extremely good and covers most of the customer's requirement without doing much customization. This is also not a big learning curve from users coming from Oracle EBS. All AP, AR, and GL work great for most of the customers.
- I also started liking Procurement Cloud. It is coming up well.
- Project portfolio management is another area which is good with Oracle ERP Cloud.
- Oracle Order Management or Supply Chain Management has lots of improvement area. It does not do good integration APIs and also does not cover all the needed functionality.
- Procurement Cloud does not offer dynamic discounting.
- Quarterly updates are constantly expanding the feature set and usability of the application.
- Basic reporting information is easily attainable by business users without the interaction of technical resources.
- The availability of many products that can be added easily at a later time as the business expands.
- Usability of the security setups could be improved, modifying/updating security is cumbersome and often a large amount of trial and error.
- Response of support when the application causes a data problem/error is slow and often hesitant to implement a fix swiftly.
- The news feed layout that is becoming standard is very focused on HR and leaves Finance users behind in design. This is frustrating for those users as they must acclimate on design without substantial improvement in their main areas of work.
- UX that is built for business users and not IT professionals.
- Built-in smart BI for easy reporting and intelligence. Tons of seeded reports, no need for customization.
- Improves business users productivity by providing data, advice and dashboards.
- Easy integration possibilities with third party systems.
- Virtual Assistance in "Avatar" to provide guidance to business users on "today's task/focus" etc.
- Business workflows like "Bill to Cash" on home page UX.
- Bundle a few EPM products like Account reconciliation in ERP Cloud.
Not well suited for a very small company (<500 employees).
- Easier to configure & customize than SAP.
- Cloud licensing model is easier to understand than SAP.
- Better automation & orchestration of administration & tasks than SAP.
- Better resource usage metrics.
- If Oracle acquired Splunk & integrated their IT telemetry functions, that would be awesone.
- Hybrid model licensing should be easier to understand & audit.
- Providing updates in a timely fashion to address needs.
- Streamlined end user interface that can be used by all levels of users.
- Workflow benefits processes for approvals.
- Oracle ERP Cloud does not have the same functionality in all areas that EBS has done well for years.
- Troubleshooting is difficult within ESS jobs as they show succeeded but the process contains issues that have to be seen in the logs.
- Quarterly releases, software always being upgraded, no infrastructure to support internally.
- Reduces the internal IT infrastructure footprint.
- Standardizes our business processes and master data across all workstreams.
- Approval workflows could use more robust functionality.
- Procurement, SCM inventory management is not as robust as we expected.
- Integration with raw materials purchases
- Planning according to Sales
- Providing visibility to productions calendars
- Cost estimations and inventory accuracy
- Graphics helps on line for end users, learning curve for new employees or end users means money.
- Solution could help to minimize timing invested on training to any employees on any area
- Reports, even when the solutions have an excellent structure, it could be good to create independence to end users to create their own end users
- Emerging view panel to know how the documents are being creating according to the info is captured
For any implementations you need to invest in timing, for your support areas or key users and business, so, nothing comes alone.
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Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
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ERP software is the backbone of many organizations and Oracle aims to offer a modern, connected approach combined with the ease and flexibility of the cloud. Oracle ERP Cloud solutions deliver the functionality, analytics, security, mobile capabilities, and social collaboration tools needed to run a business and optimize business processes.
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