Infor vs Oracle ERP
Last updated: February 04, 2020
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Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud is a suite of cloud applications for finance, project management, procurement, risk management, and other core day-to-day activities important in every business, regardless of size, industry, or geography. Designed from the ground-up with a modern architecture and technology, Oracle ERP Cloud is natively connected with all Oracle enterprise cloud applications and scales inherently to support added users, transactions, and sites as your business grows by size and into new markets across your country or the globe.
Infor vs Oracle ERP in our news:
2020. Koch Industries acquires Infor ERP for $13B
Infor, which makes large-scale cloud ERP software, announced that Koch Industries has bought the company for $13 billion. Koch is the customer and the lead investor in Infor. The ERP vendor was a step before going public, so Koch decided to keep it private. As a global organization spanning multiple industries across 60 countries, Koch has the resources, knowledge and relationships to help Infor continue to expand its transformative capabilities. Infor may be the largest company you never heard of, with more than 17,000 employees and 68,000 customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. All of those customers generated $3 billion in revenue in 2018.
2014. Oracle E-Business Suite unveiled cloud-centric apps
Oracle has refreshed its ERP solution E-Business Suite to provide more integration with the company's cloud services. It also made it more tablet friendly. The Financials portion has been integrated with Oracle Revenue Management Cloud to let users leverage the revenue compliance and recognition benefits of that product. Enhancements in Project Contracts and Project Billing lets U.S. federal contractors improve cash flow, increase transparency and automate billing. Purchasing has been improved with changes that provide more buyer productivity in dealing with large orders. The changes include Web ADI-enabled spreadsheet creation, as well as modifications to purchase order lines, schedules and distributions. Web ADI, or Applications Desktop Integrator, is Oracle's tool for connecting its applications with Microsoft Excel.