Oracle E Business Suite3.3
- Michael R.Knowledge Specialist
Oracle is powerful. It has a smart user interface and design. Appropriate button placement help you prevent accidentally double-clicking the wrong button. It also gives you the option to set up and choose your own preferences and personalize your experience in using the program. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Computer SoftwareSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
Intuitive interface. Easy ability to personalize your own experience. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Sara R.Project Administrator
Ease of pulling different reports depending on the type of reporting needed, Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Business Supplies and EquipmentEnterprise(> 1000 emp.)
This is by far the worst software I have ever used. It uses an Antiquated JAVA connection that only works on IE, and there are 5 clicks to accomplish the 2 clicks of our previous software, the system crashes constantly and there is little to no fluidity. Oracle may have the best Database software, however this is an epic fail!! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in RetailEnterprise(> 1000 emp.)
It's an aged system that often cannot meet needs with out significant modification that slows the system down even further. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Information Technology and ServicesEnterprise(> 1000 emp.)
Cannot easily pull information out of salesforce, instead need a separate login (and IT requests, password changes, etc) to access. Cannot view on mobile, cannot get to information on demand without hauling out my laptop. Reports cannot be easily customized & manipulated, all data points have to be selected to be shown in old template reports from Oracle. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified UserSupervisor
Oracle eBusiness Suite is being used across a variety of manufacturing plants and support orgs to provide consistent application of resource planning and reporting. The goal is better use of time and resources to support overall effectiveness and maximize profits.
- Shyam AgrawalBusiness Systems Analyst
It is used by CPQ, Order Management, Fulfilment/Logistics, Invoicing, Procurement, and R2R. It solves the Order Configuration, Booking, Fulfilment, Invoicing to the customers followed by Revenue Recognition and Reporting.
Order Booking and Fulfilment Invoicing Purchasing Record Keeping and Reporting
- Verified UserEmployee
Oracle eBusiness Suite is currently being used by our organization to track requisitions, issue purchase orders, create positions within our Hunan Resources department, generate reports for various departments, and keep a record of all employee information. It’s also being used for some custom Human Resources information for awards and disciplinary issues.
It keeps a thorough database with a lot of information. It communicates between various responsibilities. Allows for report generation.
- Verified UserDirector
eBusiness is being used by us for account payables to pay suppliers/vendors and also to process employee expense disbursement.
- Jill Dowling, CPASenior Financial Analyst
We are using Oracle eBusiness Suite to consolidate financial information from all of our subsidiaries around the world. It is primarily used for consolidation only. Subsidiaries are likely to have their own accounting software to maintain their ledgers.
- Verified UserManager
EBS is used by all users globally at least for time and expenses, iProcurement etc. It supports sales operations, quoting and fulfillment, supply chain operations including manufacturing in multiple locations, warehouse management in 3 main distribuion hubs (US, Europe and Asia). EBS is also used for service manangement, service contracts, plus we use full financial suite.
- Verified ReviewerSongwriter
Ive only used Oracle E-Business to keep track of my payments from work and to change bank information, as well as track my tax documents. I like how I can easily access it from my work screen or when Im home on my phone.
- Balarama Raju N.Chief Operating Officer
Good to have a understanding about oracle EBS and get it done End User Requirements study and what are the issues, short falls, and later mapping with the features available with End User requirements is important.
- Aakash S.Senior Director
I have been an EBS implementer for more than 10yrs and having worked across multiple ERP applications, I think EBS provides a lot of functionalities that help automate your entire backoffice.
- Walid A.Sr. Project Manager
Implementing this product for my clients for about 10 years.
- Verified ReviewerController
- FAEQ A.Junior Project Manager