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SAP vs. Oracle

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Transcript of SAP vs. Oracle

SAP vs. Oracle
Agenda
History
Financial Perforance
Market Comparison
Product Comparison
Implementation Comparison
Applicability - Ottawa
Market Comparison
Financial Performance
Founding
Founded in Germany in 1972 by five IBM employees

Beginning
Began as an ERP software provider

First Launch
First commercial product launched in 1972 (R/1)

Public Listing
Became a publicly traded company (SAP AG) in 1988
Beginning
Originally known for database
systems

First Launch
First release of Oracle database software occurred in 1979

Public Listing
Became a publicly traded company in 1986

Founding
Founded in the United States in 1977 by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates
History of SAP
History of Oracle
Performance Indicators
Revenue and Net Income for the fiscal period FY2012
52 Week Share Price Range
Oracle
FY2012 Revenue = 37.18B USD
FY2012 Net Income = 10.93B USD
52 Week Share Price Range (as of September 2013) = 29.52 - 36.43 USD
SAP
FY2012 Revenue = 21.35B USD
FY2012 Net Income = 3.71B USD
52 Week Share Price Range (as of September 2013) = 68.25 - 84.66 USD
Product Comparison
Implementation Comparison
Applicability
SAP is the predominant ERP system utilized in the Ottawa market
Federal Government (majority) – SAP
Largest Crown Corporations (CMHC, CPC) – SAP
City of Ottawa – SAP

Market Comparison
Market Share
Frequency Rates of Short Listing
Frequency Rates of Selection from Short List
SAP
Market Share = 22%
Frequency of Short Listing = 35%
Frequency Rates of Selection from Short List = 28%
Oracle
Market Share = 15%
Frequency of Short Listing = 24%
Frequency Rates of Selection from Short List = 34%
SAP vs. Oracle Product Comparison
SAP
Strong quality control / quality assurance functionality
Support of SOX compliance using workflow / tracking of authorization
Offers a Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) module
Rigid structure helps enforce standardized business processes

Oracle
Strong finance / accounting / reporting functionality
PeopleSoft ERP product lines support financials, supply chain management (SCM), human resources, and customer relationship management (CRM)
JD Edwards ERP product lines target manufacturing industry
Considered configurable / flexible

SAP
Average Length of Implementation = 17 months
Delta Actual > Planned Length of Implementation = 2 months
Longer Payback Period
Higher in cost:
implementatin, maintenance, external consultants

Oracle
Average Length of Implementation = 18 months
Delta Actual > Planned Length of Implementation = 4 months
Lower percentage of customers realizing 51%-100% of benefits

References
SAP.com, (2013), SAP History, SAP Financial News, Retrieved from: http://www.sap.com/corporate
Oracle.com, (2013), History, Investor Relations – Detailed Financials, Retrieved from: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate
Panorama Consulting Solutions, (2012), Clash of the Titians, Retrieved from: http://go.panorama-consulting.com/rs/panoramaconsulting/images/Clash-of-the-Titans-2012.pdf
Google Finance, (2013), Oracle Corporation, Retrived from: https://www.google.ca/finance?q=NYSE%3AORCL&ei=UGxEUpDcJeLZ0QGPPA
Google Finance, (2013), SAP AG, Retrieved from: https://www.google.ca/finance?q=NYSE%3ASAP&ei=cGxEUtCDBIXA0gGKXQ
SAP (2012), Annual Report
Oracle (2012), Annual Report
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