Replacing Oracle E-Business Suite any time soon?

Replacing Oracle E-Business Suite any time soon?… didn’t think so!

Reduce costs, focus on innovation and ensure Oracle E-Business Suite supports your business for the next 5 years.

With Oracle’s recent announcement of a major update to E-Business Suite in 2019 and 12.2 fully supported for at least a further 6 years, the support clock has been re-set again. Rather than being made obsolete by Cloud, Oracle E-Business Suite’s life span and relevance has been extended indefinitely.

Organisations using Oracle E-Business can take the business decision not to move to cloud, stick with what they have and potentially sweat their Oracle EBS asset.  However, this decision isn’t without its challenges:

  • Increasing costs of Oracle support. The costs and challenges of recruiting, retaining and training specialist in-house teams are increasing.
  • Where a support provider is used, they often don’t deliver proactivity, improvements and value for money.
  • Not getting ROI from the system. Often because it’s not being used effectively!
  • How do you ensure the system stays relevant and supports a changing business?
  • I.T. departments can get stuck delivering business-as-usual support rather than supporting transformations in I.T. and the wider business.
  • “Sweating the asset” can become “do nothing”, resulting in a system that increasingly doesn’t deliver the business’s needs. A better strategy is required.

Making Oracle E-Business Suite work for your business for the next 5+ years

Claremont’s Oracle Managed Services represents something unique in the Oracle marketplace:

  • Claremont’s proven “roadmap to a positive Oracle future”.
  • Any combination of functional, technical, DBA and hosting services – delivered remotely and on-site by teams of UK-based Oracle experts.
  • Fix on fail services with SLAs for incident response and resolution.
  • Proactive service that delivers constant service improvements.

Claremont as your long term Oracle E-Business Suite partner

The demand from Oracle customers for our Managed Services is increasing and it’s not difficult to see why:

  • We save our clients’ money.  On average, clients save 51% when they move to Claremont’s Oracle Managed Service.
  • We provide a better service. Over the last 12 months, our customers rated us as Excellent (“exceeded expectations and definitely recommend”) in monthly reviews.
  • Clients see increasing business benefits from their systems. National Trust, doing CRM right.

Helping you move to a positive Oracle E-Business Suite Future

We understand that moving your Oracle support can seem difficult. Claremont’s “road map to a positive Oracle future”, takes away that hassle and risk.

Step One:
Free system assessment & health check. Advice & guidance from Claremont’s experts.

Step Two:
Free service transitions. Comprehensive, risk free transition.

Step Three:
Try before you buy. Pilot our managed service and cancel with no penalties.

Step Four:
On-going managed service. Delivered in partnership for long term benefit. Understand more about our “road map to a positive Oracle future”

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