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Growing SMBs know that technology is integral to business success. So they sat down with SMB Group (a leading technology industry research firm) and shared the areas they’re focused on.
Growth depends on providing a great customer experience (CX)—one that provides your customers with convenient, effortless, individualized experiences (through multiple channels), as well as personalized recognition for their loyalty.
Growing companies must change how they interact and manage their employees. They must solve crucial challenges in employee recruiting, retention, development, and training to remain relevant in today’s fast-evolving marketplace.
With company growth comes new issues. The key is to solve them in a scalable, cost-effective manner. Sustainable, profitable growth requires bigger and better sales, the flexibility to adapt to constant changes, and the agility to meet the competition head-on—all at a reduced cost. Can your decades-old on-premise system help you do that?
Successful businesses anticipate and respond to their customers’ business needs. Increasing your competitive advantage depends on quickly producing quality products and services that delight your customers.
What business issues are costing you sleep? Gaining and retaining talent? Growing sales and providing awesome service? Managing your growth in a profitable, cost-effective manner? Take our quick, two-minute survey to find out, and see how your SMB compares to America’s fastest-growing companies.
Change happens, and interconnected point solutions cannot adapt quickly enough. Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle EPM Cloud future-proof your financial, reporting, and forecasting processes, providing a strong, integrated footing for growth.
Growing small-to-medium businesses can leverage a single source of truth to drive predictable performance; enforce accounting policies; plan, budget, and forecast with confidence; source creatively; and innovate smartly.
With the added bonus of deploying functionality as you need it, you not only connect your growing company, you reduce risk, improve controls, lower costs, improve agility, and improve return on investment (ROI).
Hiring employees is not enough. You must work to maximize your people’s full potential. Oracle HCM Cloud simplifies HR, allowing your company to move beyond the endless loop of “hire then fire” and into the arena of strategic workforce planning and talent management.
Start with the talent acquisition tools you need to quickly source, recruit, and hire the talent you need. Then, as your requirements expand, add new functionality to enhance employee performance, implement personalized career plans, and manage benefit and compensation packages. All the while you will gain needed insights through powerful predictive analysis and what-if scenario modeling.
Recruiting, performance management, career and succession development, learning management
Time and labor, absence management, project portfolio management, expense management
Compensation, benefits, sales compensation
Customers expect a lot, and disconnected point solutions cannot deliver. There is a smarter way.
Oracle Customer Experience (CX) Cloud is a fully integrated, highly configurable set of business solutions that connects every customer touchpoint to maximize sales channel use, improve lead conversion, quickly resolve customer inquiries, enhance customer loyalty, and increase revenue/margins.
But that is not all. Integration across Oracle CX Cloud and Oracle’s back-office applications differentiate even further by providing a complete 360-degree customer view, expanding self-service functionality, and profitably speeding the sales cycle.
Growth requires innovation, agility, and scale: three things that traditional supply chains struggle to support. Build tomorrow’s modern, intelligent supply chain today, with Oracle SCM Cloud.
Whether it is blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), or adaptive intelligence, Oracle SCM Cloud delivers the capabilities to support product innovation, strategic material procurement, integrated logistics (warehousing and transportation management), omnichannel fulfillment, and integrated demand and supply planning. The rules of supply chain are changing. Stay ahead with Oracle SCM Cloud.
Warehouse workforce management, yard management, inventory and fulfillment
Sourcing, contracting, procure-to-pay, supplier management
Plan demand, inventory, supply; monitor performance; respond to changes
Oracle platform as a service (PaaS) allows you to securely develop, test, and deploy the next generation of applications in the cloud. By skipping the need to buy, install, and configure prerequisite servers, storage, databases, operating systems, and testing tools, you save your company both time and money.
You can also use Oracle PaaS to integrate cloud and on-premises applications, giving you the power to eliminate manual processes and increase productivity.
With access to the enterprise IT capabilities provided by Oracle PaaS, you can level the playing field with your larger competitors—proving that for high-growth SMBs, platform matters.
Imagine what your business could accomplish with high-performing and highly available infrastructure services. Now imagine that you can have these services without compromising on security, transparency, or governance and without breaking the budget.
Oracle infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is the strong foundation your business needs to support growth and to help you quickly accomplish more. With Oracle IaaS, your SMB can run any workload in the cloud, freeing up your resources to focus on moving your company forward instead of on maintenance and day-to-day IT management.
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“There are not many world-class systems that you start using economically at this stage of a business, and that you can use to scale up from 700 employees to, someday, thousands of employees. Our buying criteria were pretty simple. Can we afford it now? Is it going to do what we need it to do now? Can we count on being able to use it for the foreseeable future without having to do it again? Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle EPM Cloud are the perfect match for those things.”
Oracle ERP cloud customers Stitch Fix, Solairus Aviation, The Wonderful Company, and Pandora are increasing efficiencies and leading innovation in their industries by leveraging emerging technologies.
When we switched Widget to Oracle, we had just one platform to manage. With Oracle, we’re now writing for block storage, which is always available for high-volume mobile applications and lets us pay as we go.Vik Mehta, Cloud Evangelist, VastEdge (Widget's software implementation partner)
As NSF International spread across the globe, HR data was held in spreadsheets and across several different systems. This made it difficult to respond to analytical needs and to deploy common global solutions to address the changing needs of HR.
We're decreasing the turn time on average for blood results—from weeks down to a day or down to an hour. If we can share the same tools with more labs, we're going to shorten that timeframe and get better diagnoses for everybody.Michael Morales, CEO, Quality Metrics Partners
By supporting multiple channels of engagement, Penn Foster has been able to boost enrollment and cost-effectively allocate resources.
“By running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, we can monitor our PHP application in real time, migrate all of the day-to-day workloads, and then run them reliably, and at scale.”—Ludovic Timbert, CTO
Great customer experience is at the heart of Vinomofo's business. Oracle's Warehouse Management Cloud Service enables Vinomofo to focus on what they do best—like quality and curation—whilst the warehousing and distribution takes care of itself.