Top 8 ERP
SAP ERPSAP S4HANAOracle E-Business SuiteSAP Business OnePeopleSoftJD Edwards EnterpriseOneMicrosoft Dynamics NAVMicrosoft Dynamics AX
The product connects to every software
The most valuable features of SAP ERP are that its robust, user-friendly, and secure.
It's reliable and the performance is good.
S/4HANA is so much faster today than it was before. High performance is one of the best features, but the backbone of S/4HANA is its integration capabilities. They've also shifted to a focus on user experience.
Oracle EBS adapts to our business rules, so we don't have to change them, whereas SAP is rigid. We need to change our business rules to implement SAP. Oracle's reporting is also excellent and it's easier for our technical team to customize the solution compared to SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, and other products.
SAP Business One is very stable, and I would rate its performance as ten out of ten.
The most valuable features of SAP Business One are that it has plenty of features and an easy general ledger entry. Additionally, we have an internal team that supports the solution and they provide is good. The solution is easy for us to support.
It is a very stable ERP solution. It is also supported on Oracle Cloud and provides extensive features.
PeopleSoft is scalable.
It is very straightforward to deploy and set up.
EnterpriseOne is stable and can be customized according to customer requirements.
I like Microsoft Dynamics' simplicity. The interface is excellent, and it's a highly mature product. You can hardly find any bugs in the product.
The most valuable features of Microsoft Dynamics AX are field services and the vendor collaboration portal. Both of the features are very good.
It has the same UI and is very similar to any other Microsoft product.