Comparing SAP HANA to Oracle ERP Cloud

Comparing SAP HANA to Oracle ERP Cloud

Calculate the Benefits of Moving from SAP to Oracle


Don’t Get Stuck with Yesterday’s ERP

The clock is ticking for SAP customers. SAP has set a target date of 2025 to end support of Business Suite (also known as ECC). Sticking with SAP means moving to HANA as an underlying platform—which means facing the daunting prospect of a high-cost, tough-to-predict reimplementation effort.

SAP’s new business platform, S/4HANA, is an unproven choice, and most of the functionality that you’ve gotten used to in R/3 and Business Suite is still to be rewritten. SAP has stated that a massive portion of the previous code line will not make it over into the new software—meaning the processes you’re used to could be eradicated.

Many SAP customers like you have realized that their future with SAP requires a fundamental technology change, on a future platform that is still being built. In this year’s Morgan Stanley AlphaWise CIO Survey, 78 percent of SAP customers said they had no plans to upgrade to S/4HANA.

Faced with a reimplementation, thousands of customers like you are teaming up with a leader in cloud ERP. Cloud has fundamentally leveled the playing field for ERP, and Oracle is proud to lead this change.

Comparing Oracle ERP Cloud vs SAP HANA

SAP’s cloud suite is incomplete. Oracle's is fully integrated. The choice is clear.

Oracle ERP Cloud Versus SAP

Gartner Names Oracle a Leader in ERP Cloud

Learn why Oracle ERP Cloud is positioned as a leader.

Gartner Names Oracle a Leader in ERP Cloud

Learn why Lloyds switched from SAP to Oracle ERP Cloud for their finance transformation. (1:39) Lloyds Banking Group Chooses Oracle ERP Cloud to Transform Finance.

Lloyds Banking Group Chooses Oracle ERP Cloud to Transform Finance

Oracle'€™s Booming Cloud Business Could Rip and Replace SAP as #1 in App

Oracle could overtake SAP as the world’s #1 enterprise app provider.

Oracle’s Booming Cloud Business Could Rip and Replace SAP as #1 in Apps

Oracle ERP Cloud: The Last ERP Upgrade You’ll Ever Do

You could move your legacy platform to the cloud, but this will still put you behind the innovation curve. Update cycles will lag, and SAP isn’t building AI and machine learning into S/4HANA; instead, it’s delivering those capabilities via separate platforms like Leonardo, and leaving you to do the work.

By contrast, Oracle ERP Cloud is built on machine learning, with new intelligence, capabilities, and best practices rolled out on a quarterly basis. And since we do the updates for you in the cloud, it’s the last upgrade you will ever do.

Comparing Oracle ERP Cloud vs SAP HANA

Compare Oracle ERP Cloud to Workday and SAP

Wondering how Oracle Cloud stacks up against other finance solutions? Compare Oracle ERP Cloud to what Workday and SAP have to offer and you’ll see why Oracle is the superior solution for your business.

Enable Zero Risk of Obsolete Technology

The move to ERP cloud is already in full swing. In a recent survey, more than three-quarters of respondents said they’ve already made the move or plan to do it soon. The top benefits cited:

  • Staying current on technology: 81 percent
  • Usability benefits: 76 percent
  • Increased flexibility: 65 percent
  • Economic benefits: 63 percent
  • Improved collaboration: 59 percent

Oracle ERP Cloud is years ahead of S/4HANA in public cloud product development. You get a regular cadence of innovation, 3.2x more ROI, and 52-percent lower TCO than on-premises software. And with new automation and migration tools from Oracle Consulting and thousands of Oracle partners, the move to the cloud is now easier than ever.

Don’t get stuck with yesteray’s ERP. Get tomorrow’s ERP, today—with Oracle.

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