A Smarter, More Intuitive Cloud ERP

July 27, 2020 | 1 minute read
Lynne Sampson
Managing Editor
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There’s been a lot of exciting product news in our blog this month. In addition to a couple of favorable analyst reports, we recently announced new capabilities in Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning and Supply Chain & Manufacturing. Those announcements seem to have been well-received by another industry analyst: Patrick Moorhead, founder of Moor Insights & Strategy, who says the updates make Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP smarter and more intuitive.

According to his bio, “Patrick was ranked the #1 analyst out of 8,000 in the ARInsights Power 100 rankings and the #1 most cited analyst as ranked by Apollo Research.” In a recent Forbes article, Moorhead writes that Oracle is “taking market share from SAP and putting increased pressure on Salesforce and Workday as organizations move away from point solutions and look for a full suite of applications that can support the front and back office.”

“With updates like the ones I just outlined, the gap between Oracle and the rest could likely get bigger and bigger.”

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Lynne Sampson

Managing Editor

Lynne has 25 years experience in journalism and marketing. She spent the first 10 years of her career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, covering major news events such as the Quebec referendum, two federal elections, and the crash of Swissair flight 111 - coverage of which won a Gemini Award for “Best News Special Event Coverage.” Since then, Lynne has worked in marketing and communications for high technology companies such as Whitehill Technologies and Skywire Software. She currently works at Oracle as managing editor of The Modern Finance Leader, winner of a 2018 Killer Content Award from Demand Gen Report.

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