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Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP pros and cons

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Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP Pros review quotes

Jishan Ahmed - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 26, 2023
My company found the financial planning and budgeting modules of Oracle ERP Cloud more sophisticated and valuable than its other modules.
PR1 - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 22, 2024
Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP has integrated the best features from various sources. For instance, it incorporates the strengths of HCM from PeopleSoft, PPM from another source and CRM from Salesforce.
KM
Jul 20, 2022
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.
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Divya Prakash - PeerSpot reviewer
Jul 19, 2023
The best part of Oracle ERP Cloud is that everything can be found in a single place.
Barış Ergün - PeerSpot reviewer
May 30, 2024
The solution is highly configurable
ZA
Apr 9, 2024
The user interface is the best feature.
MZ
May 14, 2021
The solution is scalable and very stable. You don't need to worry about the underpinning infrastructure.
Thomas Joe - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 16, 2023
I find that the overall framework and database structure is quite comprehensive.
AD
Jun 22, 2022
The product has good functionality.
GA
Aug 17, 2021
The main component is Oracle Financial. It is one of the most comprehensive financial solutions available on the market.
 

Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP Cons review quotes

Jishan Ahmed - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 26, 2023
Oracle ERP Cloud needs to be more mature, especially in terms of some advanced modules, such as manufacturing, supply chain planning, and production.
PR1 - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 22, 2024
There are integration issues and a lack of flexibility within OIC. When integrating systems, the process feels rigid and linear.
KM
Jul 20, 2022
In terms of areas for improvement, there are still a lot of other features that need to be incorporated into the future releases of Oracle ERP Cloud. We're hoping those would come soon because they're available in other ERP systems. For example, we used to have a lot of AME customizations in the BPM, but now we have a very limited scope, so it would be great if we could extend our scope. Currently, we are working with product teams to get through some of those solutions, and how we could implement them, so we have some workarounds to deal with, but we still have a long road ahead.
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Divya Prakash - PeerSpot reviewer
Jul 19, 2023
Oracle can make the system more stable which includes some changes as some of the use cases were not available in Oracle's systems and the element’s value needed to be defined.
Barış Ergün - PeerSpot reviewer
May 30, 2024
For economically weak countries, the solution's price appears expensive
ZA
Apr 9, 2024
The tool must enable users to customize the reports.
MZ
May 14, 2021
The interface could be improved in future releases.
Thomas Joe - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 16, 2023
The database is outdated and quite rigid.
AD
Jun 22, 2022
We have had concerns about the security and flexibility of the application. The approach with Oracle ERP Cloud should be more holistic rather than user or computer-based.
GA
Aug 17, 2021
The initial setup can be somewhat complex.