Benefits Of Oracle & SAP

Benefits: (Oracle)

1.Oracle comes with new versions with new features.
2.Oracle databases tend to be backwards compatible.
3.Oracle new releases version consists of list of documented features.
4.Compatible to large, small applications and user friendly.
5.World's top 10 Banks are using Oracle Applications, as a powerful combination of technology and comprehensive,    pre-integrated business applications, including key functionality built specifically for banks.
6.Oracle keeps on upgrading and releasing new products into market, for better and improved performance and retaining the    market growth.
7.Provides greater satisfaction to its customers.
8.Oracle idatabase responds very well with excellent performance in demanding environments.
9.Oracle database is a reliable system with the properties of Atomity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability.
10.Efficient recovery from human errors.
11.Faster database recovery.
12.Helps in simplifying the management and administration processes
    and so on.
Thus oracle has many advantages and features that give security, protection, maintenance, reliability and performance on operation of data and with this in addition its main popularity and stability is because it keeps on adding new features which makes it user friendly for users and popularly used database among organizations.

Benefits: (SAP)

1.Many companies are realizing that SAP solutions have become extremely important to their businesses.
2.This is a fact that many Fortune 500 companies use SAP systems extensively internally for their daily operations and        reporting.
3.SAP ERP systems – Business Suite R/3 and Business One – are fully integrated business real-time systems.
4.Enables transactions to be processed end-to-end and eliminate data inconsistencies between sub-systems.
5.SAP delivers systems that are modern and highly efficient.
6.SAP has developed industry-specific ERP solutions that address the needs of over 28 industrial sectors.
7.SAP is present in more than 120 countries worldwide.
8.SAP has managed to build up a client base of more than 12 million users worldwide.
9.The main business benefit of using SAP is that you get a comprehensive set of integrated, cross-functional business    processes.
10.Align Strategies and Operations. A thorough analysis of the current environment is done, usually referred to as the 'As-Is' analysis. All issues are identified for rectification during the project. The short, medium and long-term strategies of the business are identified, clarified and prioritized. All internal workflows are aligned to enable the eventual effective use of the SAP system.
11.In the next major step, the future state of the business' information system is specified. This is referred to as the 'To-Be' state. It is the responsibility of the project team and possibly consultants to bridge the gaps between the 'As-Is' and 'To-Be' states to build a workable project plan.
12.The productivity enhancements arising from an SAP implementation can be tremendous. Data is only entered once, Data can be forwarded to others within the organization by efficient workflows – using internal messages, emails, SMS alerts or other means. Operations can be authorized and passed along for the next person to process. Employees can process many transactions on their from various access terminals. This can include leave applications and submission of expense claims. The overall reporting and analytics environment is enhanced to a level that facilitates operation management.
13.Enhance Productivity and Insight.
14.Minimize Costs by Increasing Flexibility.
15.Reduce Risk.
16.Improve Financial Management and Corporate Governance.
17.Optimize IT Spending.
18.Gain Higher ROI Faster.