Gartner just released its first ever Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Midsize Enterprises. We are excited to announce that Oracle ERP Cloud is the only cloud ERP solution positioned in the “Leaders” quadrant of this report.
See what Gartner had to say. We are happy to make the full report available to you, with our compliments.
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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Midsize Enterprises, Mike Guay | John Van Decker | Christian Hestermann | Nigel Montgomery | Duy Nguyen | Denis Torii | Paul Saunders | Paul Schenck | Tim Faith, 31 October 2018
Gartner defines a midsize product-centric enterprise as a company that focuses on physically manufacturing, selling, and/or distributing products. This can range from discrete and process manufacturers as well as wholesalers and retailers. As such, these small-to-medium businesses’ checklist for an ERP cloud solution is different than, say, a professional services firm. There are crucial functionality needs including operational ERP, financial management, and HCM functionality, as well as specialized industry-specific modules.
The demand for product-centric cloud ERP is expected to grow rapidly among product centric midsize companies. So Gartner recognizes that now is an excellent time to begin evaluating the options for those companies looking to shift away from their legacy, on-premises applications.