Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP vs SAP Business One comparison


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Executive Summary

Categories and Ranking

Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP
Average Rating
Number of Reviews
Ranking in other categories
Cloud ERP (2nd)
SAP Business One
Average Rating
Number of Reviews
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ERP (4th)

Mindshare comparison

As of June 2024, in the Cloud ERP category, the mindshare of Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP is 30.4%, up from 30.1% compared to the previous year. The mindshare of SAP Business One is 6.9%, down from 12.9% compared to the previous year. It is calculated based on PeerSpot user engagement data.
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Featured Reviews

Divya-Raj - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 6, 2023
Easy and convenient for clients, straightforward installation, with good technical support
Our primary use case we are having multiple systems based on the business requirements. Either we are pulling data from ERP, or project-related data. In this project, we are mostly making use of the supply chain model and financial model of Oracle ERP Cloud It is easy and very convenient for…
Feb 13, 2023
I like the monthly order management capabilities
We use Business One for finance, order management, and inventory.  Business One is helpful when the company wants to change a process because it tells you the best practices for a company of the same size. I like the monthly order management features.  Business One lacks built-in HR features.…

Quotes from Members

We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:


"I find the most valuable feature for the solution to be the company is always evolving by making the product better with continual updates."
"The scalability is very good."
"The solution saves time and money."
"The solution is approximately 70 percent scalable. We have more than 100 people using the solution in my organization."
"It provides our management a real-time view of operations."
"I find that the overall framework and database structure is quite comprehensive."
"What's most valuable in Oracle ERP Cloud is that it's one of the largest ERPs available in the market and it has a lot of customization features. It also has a lot of flexibility and integration options that work with other applications. Many of the customers also migrate to the cloud, so Oracle ERP Cloud is a preferred solution."
"Oracle ERP Cloud is a well-established and well-known product that is cost-effective for the customer."
"Less complicated than other similar solutions."
"I like the monthly order management features."
"The most valuable feature of SAP Business One is the dashboards."
"SAP Business One consolidates various functions, including production, sales, inventory, and purchase management."
"What's most helpful to customers who use SAP Business One is that the solution is fully integrated and easy to use. It's very easy to digest and has many features for small to medium companies."
"It's fully integrated with great dashboard and interface."
"The relationship map is very useful for us."
"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."


"Oracle ERP Cloud needs to be more mature, especially in terms of some advanced modules, such as manufacturing, supply chain planning, and production."
"The expenses mobile app calculates different mileages than the URL version."
"It should be built with less complexity and more ability for clients to add screens."
"Technical support is good, however, sometimes we do need to wait for an answer."
"You need a lot of knowledge to set up Oracle ERP Cloud."
"I would like to see Oracle improve the automation of data entry."
"Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP's interface needs to be improved."
"I would like to improve the tool’s budgeting and reporting. I know that Oracle is working on the tool’s analytics part so I expect the analytical feature in its future releases."
"The solution's CRM module can be made better."
"There is room for improvement in stability."
"I would love to have more reporting capabilities. It should have an embedded BI engine. Currently, I have to maintain an additional system for BI."
"The price could improve for SAP Business One."
"While SAP has been a leader in the enterprise and SME segments, many competitors have emerged with new features, especially in analytic modules like Salesforce and Oracle. The rise of cloud tools from providers like Amazon, Google, and Azure, offering analytics and visual analytical tools, has contributed to this shift.It seems SAP Business One may not have focused as much on this aspect, prioritizing the basic functioning of the enterprise. As a result, the latest user experience, particularly in digital aspects of data consumption, may not be on par with what's available in the market."
"Some features are missing."
"SAP Business One could improve by automatically inputting exchange rates in the software. We currently have to enter them manually to find the appropriate exchange rates from a website. If it could be done with one click it would be helpful and more straightforward."
"There are a lot of good improvements coming out in every version. They release a new version every quarter, with all new up-and-coming things on each one. However, it might be lacking specifications for the specific verticals. However, SAP Business One is a generic tool. It's very widely used, and I understand why it's not into each vertical. There are solution partners available out there to give it those extra areas of what it needs, but this is depending on what kind of business you run."

Pricing and Cost Advice

"The pricing for Oracle ERP Cloud is on par with other top solutions."
"The price is average compared to other vendors. The licensing is on a yearly basis depending on the subscription pattern. There are no extra costs apart from licensing."
"For an ERP Cloud, the pricing is relatively high."
"Oracle ERP Cloud is not a cheap solution."
"It is too costly."
"The solution is moderately priced, where it is neither expensive nor cheap."
"The solution is expensive and there are some services that are extra costs."
"Oracle ERP Cloud is on the expensive side."
"Its price is reasonable. People are able to spend that much."
"SAP Business One is not cheap."
"On a scale from one to ten, where one is expensive and ten is cheap, I rate the solution's pricing a seven out of ten."
"The price of SAP Business One is not expensive for the features and the benefits it provides."
"The price is a bit expensive."
"I rate the solution's pricing a six or seven out of ten since it is expensive."
"SAP Business One is a cost-effective solution. The price is good and we pay for a subscription annually."
"If the client's budget is low, they go for SAP Business One."
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Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
Educational Organization
Computer Software Company
Financial Services Firm
Computer Software Company
Manufacturing Company
Comms Service Provider

Company Size

By reviewers
Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business

Questions from the Community

What do you like most about Oracle ERP Cloud?
The user interface is the best feature.
What needs improvement with Oracle ERP Cloud?
Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP's interface needs to be improved. Report generation should be made easier.
Are there any advantages of SAP S4 HANA over SAP Business One (SAP B1) apart from the cost?
SaP Business One is a complete solution for business management. The software applications are broad, ranging from accounting to project management and human resources. It is very versatile and com...
What do you like most about SAP Business One?
It's user-friendly and comes with comprehensive manuals. So, it is easy to learn to use SAP Business One
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for SAP Business One?
It's not cheap but offers good value, particularly for medium-sized enterprises. We suggest a minimum budget of around 30,000 dollars.

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Sample Customers

Grupo Aeromexico SAB de CV, Australian Finance Group Ltd., Shelf Drilling Ltd., Boise State University, The Rancon Group, Arin Innovation, PROMATIS software GmbH, KBBO, Delaware Life Insurance, Worthington Industries, Solairus Aviation
Ego Pharmaceuticals Pty. Ltd
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