A complete suite of SaaS applications engineered to work together
Infor CloudSuite isn’t a single, cloud-based solution—it’s an assembly of re-engineered legacy ERP products running on AWS. From financials to supply chain, working with Infor means living with solution gaps, incomplete functionality, or partially integrated acquisitions. So it’s not surprising that analyst reports on Infor CloudSuite haven’t exactly been enthusiastic. In fact, the Infor CloudSuite hasn’t appeared in very many reports, and, when it has, it’s rarely been rated as a leader.
Some Infor customers have requested alternatives to running their CloudSuite on AWS. Infor has promised to give customers the option of running on Microsoft Azure, but they have yet to deliver on that promise.
Oracle has been named a leader in many analyst reports over the years. Oracle’s integrated cloud applications suite offers the broadest and most seamless functionality across finance, HR, supply chain, EPM, CRM, and customer experience.
Infor’s roadmap promises to deliver their customers a clear path to success with more capabilities, scalability, improved integration, and updated technology. But can you trust that Infor will be able to deliver? They recently went through reorganizations at the leadership level, rationalization of their product portfolio, and have limited resources to invest.
With Oracle, you don’t have to wait. Oracle offers an integrated cloud and analytics solution with a common data model for transactional systems. Oracle Cloud Applications include a full set of line-of-business offerings across supply chain, sales, marketing, and ecommerce. Infor does not.
Oracle Cloud Applications are designed to work together to help eliminate IT complexity and maximize the benefits of data. And, as the business environment keeps changing, Oracle provides built-in innovation updates every quarter that give you the ability to respond faster and help your business.