Oracle’s E-Business Suite (also known as Applications/Apps or EB-Suite/EBS) consists of a collection of enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and supply-chain management (SCM) computer applications either developed or acquired by Oracle.
Based on market share – SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft Dynamics are the key vendors who are the leaders in major international markets like North America and Europe. Many industry experts / Chief executive officers who wish to implement new ERP software in Fortune 500 companies will most probably end up considering industry’s two biggest leaders: SAP or Oracle. While both ERP providers are clear market share dominators and have very well-established product lines, the strengths, weaknesses, risks and product roadmaps of these two vendors couldn’t be more different. Either of the product is likely to get the job done! so the question becomes: Which will help you get the job done for your organization?
Oracle Cloud provides a comprehensive range of software packages to the company. Wide product portfolio and cloud business and strategic acquisitions are likely to offer growth opportunities for the company. Oracle R12 (a version name) has a history of improving global decision making by supporting various types of Reporting/Analysis. Also, transaction processing happens in Financials, Supply Chain, Projects, PLM, Sales & Marketing, HR, Services.