Oracle eAM is part of the Oracle E-Business Suite that provides seamless integration for any asset domain or service process. It supports complex, condition-based maintenance strategies for property, plant, and public infrastructures. This enables effective measurement of commercial and corporate infrastructures and provides integrated workplace management
USP : Oracle eAM improves return on capital assets by incorporating both physical and financial aspects of the asset lifecycle management process. Oracle maintenance management provides critical asset information across various departments and increases equipment reliability and plant utilization through asset tracking, asset maintenance, and complex maintenance repair and overhaul.
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ORACLE CORPORATION Presence in Enterprise Asset Management Software
Oracle is a multinational corporation specializing in enterprise software, database technology, and software and cloud-based systems. The company offers EAM solutions in over 145 countries across Americas, EMEA, and APAC. The company provides solutions catering to three segments of the cloud – Information-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and SaaS. This allows Oracle to provide complete end-to-end business solutions, with Microsoft being the only other company doing so. The Oracle E-Business suite integrates with Oracle Manufacturing, Oracle Purchasing, Oracle Property Management, Oracle Quality, Oracle Inventory, Oracle Human Resources, Oracle Financials, Oracle Fixed Assets, and Oracle Projects to enable the strategic monitoring of enterprise resources. The company continuously introduces new and innovative services to support its existing portfolio of solutions. In 2015, 49% of Oracle’s revenue was generated from product support services and software updates. Oracle Corporation focuses on inorganic growth strategies such mergers & acquisitions and partnerships to enhance its products and services, expand its customer base, and accelerate growth and innovations. In 2016, the company spent 16% of its annual revenue on R&D activities to maintain and improve its current product and services offerings and to attend to new business asset management needs.
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