Category: Cloud ERP

The University of Wyoming Selects Oracle Cloud

Companies are moving slowly but surely towards Oracle Cloud ERP. In yet another example, the University of Wyoming chose to implement Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud, Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Cloud, Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, and

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Why Companies Are Moving Towards Cloud ERP

A leading infrastructure and metal construction company recently spoke out against maintaining a legacy ERP system in preference of moving into the Cloud. In addition to leaving legacy ERP system problems behind, Cloud ERP enables companies to grow and focus

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Oracle Cloud ERP: Key Competitors and Why They Don’t Stack Up

At a recent press conference and open questions session during Oracle OpenWorld 2016, Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison highlighted why Oracle focuses on Workday as its most important Cloud software competitor, and not Salesforce.com.  Ellison’s answer was clear: 

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Oracle Cloud ERP Bolstered by Strategic Acquisitions

Oracle has generated more than $12 billion in cloud software sales over the past year.  With software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions gaining significant demand in the ERP world, it’s no surprise that Oracle constantly seeks to enhance its offerings with strategic acquisitions

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Expense Management: The Benefits of Cloud

A travel and expense management (TEM) tool can reduce costs, automate the often monotonous expense process, and provide valuable insight into where your company’s expenses are going.  The big question these days is whether to invest in a modern Software-as-a-Service

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City of Detroit CFO on Driving Operational Change with Public Sector ERP

Public Sector organizations like cities and counties are increasingly driven to improve operational efficiency, provide transparency, and integrate processes across operational and jurisdictional boundaries, all while maintaining control over costs. To meet these challenges, Public Sector agencies across the country

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