Oracle Cloud Applications are a more efficient and cost-effective way to manage your business processes. For companies that are using non-EBS applications for their ERP and want to use best in class tools, a move to Oracle ERP Cloud is a smart choice. However, moving from EBS to Cloud ERP is a more intricate decision.
Cloud ERP offers standard benefits like high availability, low infrastructure, and support costs. ERP cloud is where oracles are making their investments in new tech, features, and security. It can be difficult to make use of new and emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, or Predictive Analytics with an on-premises Oracle EBS deployment. Apply them in your business processes. Oracle Cloud Applications have built-in features to handle all these requirements and to assist you in transforming your business processes to stay ahead of the competition.
Below are the few key factors which will help you decide to move from EBS to ERP
Reduce the Operational Cost: If you plan to reduce your infrastructure, management, and support costs then Cloud ERP is a better choice for your organization.
Few Modules for implementation: – If your business has only a few modules, then migrating to cloud would be a better choice
Lesser customizations: -If your EBS has lesser customizations, migrating to cloud would be a better choice
Merger or Acquisition: – If you have a merger or acquisition, this would be the right opportunity to move to the cloud.
Easy Accessibility: – This can be easily accessed via the internet anywhere and works on any mobile device. This is especially important when employees want their schedules and work environments to be more flexible.
Continuous automated upgrades: – The costs and effort associated with upgrades and new releases are higher in on-premises ERP solutions as the user must buy an upgrade package and install it yourself or hire a professional to do it for you. Oracle ERP Cloud receives constant, automatic software updates, whereas Oracle EBS demands a significant amount of time and work on the part of the IT team.