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A global study of 5,000 business executives shows what’s driving—and hindering—innovation.
IDC and Oracle show how the Finance team can scale strategic innovation with insight gathering, mechanization, and AI.
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De-silo your data and IT infrastructure. Streamline process, reporting and refocus on innovation and strategy.
Technology is turning the conventional pyramid model into a diamond—and adding extra sparkle to the bottom line.
With accurate reporting guaranteed, CFOs can focus on strategic planning—and drive competitive advantage.
Oracle Financials Cloud delivers a suite of comprehensive and integrated products designed to automate and streamline an organization’s financial management processes end-to-end.
Oracle Procurement Cloud streamlines and modernizes your procurement infrastructure. Through the combination of automation and social collaboration, organizations can increase speed and achieve higher margins within source-to-pay processes.
Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud is an integrated suite that optimizes project portfolios, balances capacity against demand, and links plans and resources to project execution. Through an efficient and smarter decision-making process, organizations can deliver on their strategic vision.
Oracle Risk Management manages access, automates internal controls, monitors processes, and enforces compliance from within your integrated ERP cloud platform.
Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud is the market's most complete solution in today's competitive business landscape. It can drive accurate and agile plans across finance and lines of business, analyze profitability and cost management, and accelerate the financial close.
"76% of Finance Leaders and Organizations intend to run their ERP Cloud in the next two years." Moving on-premises enterprise applications to cloud solutions not only change the cost structure of enterprise applications but also reduce the risk for technological obsolescence by focusing on growth, innovation, and operational agility.
Companies both large and small rely on enterprise resource planning (ERP) and enterprise performance management (EPM) systems to manage accounting, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), revenue recognition, governance, risk management, compliance, procurement, projects, the financial close, and more. With a move to the cloud, you can innovate faster. Finance teams spend less time on routine tasks—such as data gathering and reporting—and more time on activities that add value. Modern cloud applications deliver meaningful insights to help you make better decisions and shape the future of your business.
Oracle offers many ways to help you move to the cloud. Start small by optimizing a single business process, such as the financial close. Go further by improving line-of-business functions, such as procurement or project management. Or, go all-in and gain all the advantages of a fully digital business.
Leverage industry-specific ERP solutions tailored to your unique requirements.
Need to speed up the financial close? Modernize procurement? Spend less time processing transactions and more time delivering actionable data? No matter what challenges your team is facing, Oracle Cloud applications can help you build the finance function of the future.
Cloud deployment delivers 3.2x greater ROI over on-premises deployment.
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ERP software is the backbone of many organizations.
Before selecting a cloud-based ERP application, are you asking these five critical questions?