Oracle SCM Cloud Reviews

Learn about Oracle SCM Cloud supply chain management platform for businesses. Includes info on Oracle, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on November 29th, 2019

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Oracle SCM Cloud is a wide range of supply chain management applications by Oracle Corporation. Oracle SCM Cloud products include procurement, product lifecycle management, supply chain planning, logistics, and order management.

Pricing:

Oracle has a comprehensive pricing list for their extensive SCM Cloud product range on their website. Contact Oracle for a quote based on your business needs.

Oracle
Review:

Pros: Integrates with a wide range of third-party apps. Supports many languages.

Cons: Unlike some of its competitors, it does not have embedded CRM.

Bottomline: Extensive suite of products to manage small business's supply chain processes effectively.

Key Information:

Co-Founders

Bob Miner, Ed Oates, Larry Ellison, Mark Trefgarne and Seth van Sickel

Founded

1977

Headquarters

Redwood Shores, CA

Number of Employees

137,000

Number of Customers

430,000

CEO

Mark Hurd

Address

500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA, United States 94065

Phone

+1 650-506-7000

Website

www.oracle.com/applications/supply-chain-management

FAQs:

What is Oracle SCM cloud?

Oracle SCM Cloud is a wide range of supply chain management applications by Oracle Corporation. Products include procurement, product lifecycle management, supply chain planning, logistics, and order management.

Is there an Oracle SCM Cloud free trial?

A free 3,500-hour trial is available on their website. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Customer Reviews:

schplat

Reviewed: Oct 05, 2017

Source: Reddit

In the realm of ethical business practice, MS is above Oracle. Oracle has done more to harm the technical landscape today than anybody by far, and they do it in far more shady ways than MS ever dreamed of.

futatorius

Reviewed: Oct 04, 2017

Source: Reddit

I did a lot of big Oracle ERP projects. Their customers regard Oracle as an aggressive parasite and if there were a good alternative, they'd dump them in a New York minute.

aplJackson

Reviewed: Oct 05, 2017

Source: Reddit

The huge problem is that for most large companies you only have 2 or 3 choices for ERP. It’s Oracle or SAP and SAP isn’t much nicer to deal with than Oracle. In certain industries maybe you can get away with an Infor or Dynamics. We use NetSuite right now for G&L. Of course they were recently acquired by Oracle. But our manufacturing needs are beyond what NetSuite is capable of so were starting to talk about the transition to Oracle/SAP now. Shoot me.