It is with a view to provide a unified solution to support effective and efficient business processes that industry leaders like Oracle have designed integrated solutions that are capable of managing all aspects of a business on a single unified platform.
Oracle Applications (eBusiness Suite, Fusion and JDE) offers this capability. Oracle E-Business Suite is the most comprehensive suite of integrated, global business applications that enable organizations to make better decisions, reduce costs, and increase performance. It is an internet enabled product that can be managed from a single site.
With advance cross-industry capability covering all aspects of a business, including Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Financial Management, and Supply Chain Planning, this suite of application empowers organizations to manage all complexities in the global business environment irrespective of their size. This suite of application is also enhanced on a continuous basis to ensure extended value for investment and to help organizations cope with ever-changing market customer landscape.
This is the type of ERP deployment model in which the ERP solution is installed locally on the client's hardware and managed by IT staff.
Costs of Ownership: On-premise ERP systems require large upfront and ongoing investments to purchase and manage the software and related hardware, servers, facilities to run it. Moreover, if your company does not have an experienced IT staff, then you also may have to invest more time and money to train them.
Then, the IT team will have to spend much of their time and budgets to ensure that the ERP system operates well, including maintenance of hardware, server rooms, etc. Furthermore, on-premise ERP systems make upgrades difficult to implement as the whole system must be redeployed across users' computers and re-implementing customization based on previous software. Whether to opt for this solution or not depends on the company's needs, environment and strategy.
But here are the few essential points to keep in mind when adopting the on-premise model:
Higher upfront cost. You buy and own both the hardware and software
You have control and flexibility since it's yours and in your building
Lower long term cost: You can use the hardware until you want to change it.
Flexibility to upgrade your business application when you want to
You pay only for what you need.
Suitable for companies having,say, 50+ employees with an internal IT team managing systems already.
The cloud ERP adoption model generates initial costs that are much lower because the required software is accessed online. The Cloud ERP service provider hosts and maintains all of the IT infrastructure for you, ensuring that the system is always running, while securing your data, and seamlessly implementing ERP enhancements. Our experts tend to recommend this solution as it allows your IT resources to focus on innovation and business growth, with a lower total cost of ownership than that of the on-premise option. But again, it's important to have the following in mind when opting for this model:
Lower Upfront costs. Consistent monthly payments
A turn-key solution quicker to implement and quicker to start too.
Hardware hassle is taken care of for you
System is accessed through the web
Flexibility to add/remove users as needed, ie, you pay only for what you need.
More bundled service provided by the cloud provider.
Suitable for companies having 1-30 employees and not having an internal IT team.
Released in 2011 as a complete web-based solution suite of 7 apps including Fusion CRM (Customer Relationship Management), HCM (Human Capital Management), Financial Management, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Project Portfolio Management and Governance/Risk/Compliance. It is SOA based architecture that supports embedded Business Intelligence for real time reporting and provides a smooth, scalable, flexible platform.
Our Oracle Fusion services address demands for advanced enterprise resource planning systems that can ensure seamless business operations transitions.
Our Oracle Fusion services include:
Application Readiness Assessment which produces a comprehensive road map, as well as a business case that will be justified by your business and technology drivers.
Application implementation and support.
Give you mastery and insight into Oracle Fusion Applications Capabilities
Align Oracle Fusion Applications Capabilities to your unique contextual needs.
Oracle e-BUSINESS Suite (eBS) offers hundreds of cross-industry capabilities including ERP, CRM, SCM. Our seasoned consultants help you manage the complexities of global business environments to make better decisions, reduce costs and increase operational performance.
JD Edwards was the first ERP solution company who got their name by building accounting ERP software for IBM minicomputers in the late 1970s. Today JD Edwards offers a holistic enterprise solution called EnterpriseOne which comprises over 80 JD Edwards Enterprise One application modules that can support specific business processes such as project management, order management, financial management, asset life cycle management, reporting.
Implementation Success Factors: JD Edwards Training
Leveraging BAIT Consulting's implementation methodology, your organization will be provided with a complete set of services tailored to your business requirements. We will ensure that you get rapid implementation of integrated solutions with low risks and managed end-user adoption. To get the most out of this solution, it's important that your IT team be well versed in JD Edwards and able to train your staff so they understand how the system works. Our training can help establish workflows for the whole organization to ensure that all departments become functional and effective with this advanced business solution.