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Oracle Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite is a complete, integrated, and best-of-breed business-driven application management solution that helps you achieve high levels of application performance, availability, agility and control, and reduce the costs of managing Oracle E-Business Suite applications.

In addition, the suite provides a set of E-Business Suite-specific tools such as setup management, customization management patch management, cloning automation and concurrent manager management that are designed to address the unique management challenges of the Oracle E-Business Suite applications. These capabilities provide a complete solution that covers a broad range of essential Oracle E-Business Suite application management activities to ensure the proper functioning of the Oracle E-Business Suite applications. Furthermore, these capabilities are designed to work out-of-the-box, saving you the need to make heavy customizations that are costly to perform and maintain.

Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite is also part of the broader Oracle Enterprise Manager solution that simplifies the management of your IT environments from application to disk. In addition to the high degree of integration between various functionalities within the suite, the suite integrates with other Enterprise Manager components for managing middleware, database, operating systems and hardware. From a single Enterprise Manager console, you can manage all the components of your Oracle E-Business Suite applications and its underlying IT infrastructure.

Oracle Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite - license - is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I can customize summarized reports to be available on the dashboard but we would appreciate sending notifications through SMS What is our primary use case?Management of supply chain in the petroleum industry: from requesting quotes from suppliers to issuing LPO, managing credit; and selling in cash, credit, and discounts.How has it helped my organization?Generating reports is more efficient: generating financial reports, employee reports, volume reports, and time attendance reports.What is most valuable?Accessing vital information on the dashboard: I can customize summarized reports to be available on the dashboard.What needs improvement?Sending alerts through bulk SMS. With the growing use of mobile phones, we would appreciate sending notifications through SMS.For how long have I used the solution?One to three years.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Payroll and online benefits enrollment replaced the existing paper process What is our primary use case?Used for finances and the HRMS including online annual benefits enrollment. Its drilldown features add value. HTML pages should have better performance.How has it helped my organization?* Removed paper/spreadsheet time-cards* Replaced the paper process with electronic online process for annual benefits enrollment, view pay slip online, view W-2 online, etc.* Able to submit government reports electronicallyWhat is most valuable?* Payroll and online benefits enrollment* Dashboard feature* Drill-down featureWhat needs improvement?* New hire on-boarding, employee off-boarding, etc.* More user-friendly fast formulas for all HRMS modules.* HRMS analyzers should be automatically updated to be the most recent because Oracle support always asks for the latest version of the analyzer output.For how long have I used the solution?More than five years.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Enables us to create accounting from transactions handled by multiple legacy systems How has it helped my organization?I have been involved in many implementation projects. Recently, we implemented the FAH module in a national bank in Costa Rica, and the accounting creation from several core systems was reduced from days to hours.What is most valuable?It is easy to use and has many functions for facilitating day-to-day work (transactionally speaking). There are a lot of reports and queries available. The GL and FAH modules have become real-deal players for an organization with many legacy systems that handle transactions and where there is a need to create accounting from these transactions.The supplier invoice payment process is very easy and is integrated from the requisition to the payment (and to creating the asset).I like very much the way we can control inventories.What needs improvement?Standard reporting needs to be changed. Many of the standard reports look the same as they did 20 years ago in version 10.7.For how long have I used the solution?More than five years.What other advice do I have?I would rate this solution at nine out of 10 because there is always room for improvement. Oracle E-Business Suite is very customizable, with a lot of interfaces and processes that can be programmed in different ways. It provides a lot of workflow approvals for different business processes and is adaptable and scalable.I am a functional consultant for e-Business Suite (and training to go to the Cloud). My experience as a functional consultant covers these modules: GL, AP, AR, PO, FA, ENG, OM, INV, WIP, BOM, FAH, CE, CST.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Administrators can apply patches on the fly with minimum downtime, however customization deployment is complex Valuable FeaturesOnline patching, which lets administrators apply patches on the fly and with minimum downtime to make it active.Improvements to My OrganizationIt was complex to follow HR processes, such as leave application, approvals, and job applications. Now, they are integrated and managed from only one screen.Room for ImprovementDeployment of customization is complex, thus nobody is using it. Instead, we are deploying the same code on both filesystems (fs1, fs2). In order to follow standards, the deployment process should be as easy as before, in R12.1.Use of SolutionFour years.Stability IssuesNo, but you have to apply latest technology patches after base installation.Scalability IssuesYes, while using Shared Appl_top, you have to use NFS or related technology. But if your admin apps node fails, the second node cannot continue without the primary node. Manual interaction is required.Customer Service and Technical SupportA seven out of 10.Previous SolutionsNo.Initial SetupIt was easy.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingDo not enable any module that you do not use. Check them and disable, if necessary.Other Solutions ConsideredNo, decision was already made before the project.Other AdviceIf your requirement is not so complex, give a try. For smaller ERP solutions, Oracle EBS is a complex solution which has complex requirements.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:Partner.
Date published: 2018-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The procurement and inventory features are valuable. Valuable Features:The most valuable features are the records management, procurement, and inventory.Use of Solution:I have been using it for several years.Stability Issues:We have not had any downtime.Scalability Issues:It is very scalable. It will grow as my company grows.Other Advice:I would recommend this product.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We're Oracle Gold partners.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The change to the configurability of the UI is one of the most valuable features in EBS 12. Valuable Features:Probably one of the most valuable features that we've seen has been around the E-Business Suite change, as far as the UI is concerned. As far as the E-Business Suite 12 2.5, the look and feel has drastically changed from 11i to 12.1, to 12.2. The UI from an end user's perspective, being able to configure the UI, such that they have buttons; using it on an iPad or an iPhone, mobile application integration, all these different technologies coming together. It is kind of one of those things where the E-Business Suite's starting to get that new look and feel that has been lagging for a couple of years.Improvements to My Organization:The benefits are around ease of use, trying to make those end users lives easier, to be able to make transactions, point-and-click transactions, having the ability for drop-down lists to be much easier. As far as the UI is concerned, over the years, you'd have to go through multiple tabs to put a transaction in. Now, you can go to one screen and have the options right in front of you. Pick the options you want, press save, and away you go. Oracle's trying to improve the ease of use for the end users.Room for Improvement:As far as additional features of the E-Business Suite, I would like to see more of the framework applications in use. Oracle is slowly transitioning there. We do realize that the older form's version of the technology has a lot of intelligence built in them; very difficult for Oracle to make that migration to the new technology. Ideally, it's getting to one platform. Perhaps, the removal of Java from that integration right now. Java continues to be an issue for organizations that are running multiple products. If they have multiple products that they're using, E-Business Suite, maybe third-party products. You've got different versions of Java that are required for each. That becomes a problem. It's an ongoing issue. We do know and we've heard Oracle's heading towards some type of new solution, if you will. Certainly, trying to focus on becoming a fully frameworked product, versus the old form's technology.Stability Issues:As far as stability of the E-Business Suite 12.2.5, the product was released in October 2015. It's been out for several months. There are, obviously, from a patching perspective ... I'd say Oracle's improving the release. With any release of a product, there's always going to be a need for patches and things like that. Being that the product's fairly new, there's a low number of users that are actually making that transition to 12.2.5. With that, the repository of issues within Oracle support is slowly building. One user may have an issue where another has not, that issue by that one client may have the solution available to them now in the support repository.Scalability Issues:The solution's very scalable. Oracle, E-Business Suite, the various releases, 12.2.5, 12.1, 11.5, they're being used by organizations, small and large. From very small organizations, to multi-billion dollar organizations, they're very scalable solutions.Technical Support:Oracle's technical support has drastically improved over the years. The, or My Oracle Support, is a very good tool. We do encourage our team members, as well as our end users, to look there first. Literally, sometimes it's trying to find a needle in a haystack. Certainly, the information's typically there, based on the search ability what you're searching for is putting specific criteria to find that. Sometimes, people are so broad that they get many, many hits. The ideal situation is putting in something very specific, that you may be able to find what you're looking for, and not having to scroll through pages and pages of results, if you will.Previous Solutions:I think investing into, or even investigating into the products, typically, some organizations might buy the E-Business Suite, they own more product than they realize. If they buy 100% of the product, they're only using maybe 20% of the functionality. It's taking advantage of that other 80% and implementing those features and functionality into their business, that's a return on investment that some organizations don't take, for various reasons. They don't know they have a product, and perhaps they start investigating their maintenance agreement, and they find that they own something, and now they want to implement that.Looking at some organizations, they have some folks that are dedicated to looking at new technology, it's constantly looking out to see what can be applied to the business. Some organizations don't do that; they don't have the time or resources to do that. Organizations that do, you look at them, they're fairly progressive. It's trying to, at least, maybe identify someone that can help, I'll say, support the investment that they've made into the organization. You have companies that are investing millions and millions of dollars into these products, and really only taking advantage of a very small footprint of their total ownership of the product.Implementation Team:The E-Business Suite, there is certainly, if you're operating or implementing, from a set-up standpoint, usually from an upgrade standpoint, the set-ups are minimal. You're always going to have some type of set-up in the application. If you're doing a fresh implementation, the setup material's available for you, step-by-step set-up documentation by Oracle. It doesn't mean that you'll get a perfect solution by the end of the day, but it'll lead you down that path of being successful.Other Solutions Considered:When looking at new solutions, considering that Oracle E-Business Suite is the core, and looking at other products that may integrate; key is going to be integration. Someone that's certified, has a certified integration with the Oracle E-Business Suite, you don't want to be looking at third-party solutions that don't have the integration, those that are part of that program are basically required to keep their products at the certification level of each release of the product. That 12.2.5, they must be integrated with that. At 12.2, 12.1, 11.5.10, they've got to have their products integrated at that release. Very critical, when looking at third-party products, to integrate with Oracle E-Business Suite.Other Advice:Rating: looking at the E-Business Suite right now, having worked with the product since 1991 and looking to see where they're at today, I'd say maybe a 7. They're heading towards that fully integrated product, that new technology, like the framework technology. If they get there, I'd give them a 10. Right now, probably a 7, because we have multiple technologies we're still dealing with.Recommendation to peers: Looking at their business requirements for selecting the product, ensuring that every time you're looking at purchasing a product, derive that selection from defined business requirements. We get some organizations that just go out and buy things, then you go back, and they figure out that they bought a product that doesn't fit the solution they're trying to solve. Really, evaluating internally, getting clearly documented business requirements, mapping those through product selection, and literally having the organization sign off on that, so you're not investing all this money into a product that may not be used, because it's not fulfilling a solution.Disclaimer: IT Central Station contacted the reviewer to collect the review and to validate authenticity. The reviewer was referred by the vendor, but the review is not subject to editing or approval by the vendor. The reviewer's company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We're partner.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about Oracle E-Business Suite Valuable Features:INVENTORYImprovements to My Organization:PLMDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about Oracle E-Business Suite Valuable Features:Database, Forms , Reports etc. Receivables, Payables OM etcImprovements to My Organization:Brought Operational efficiency to the Organization.Room for Improvement:Bug free product.Use of Solution:Almost 19 yearsDeployment Issues:Multiple issues , but were managed easily and quickly.Stability Issues:Yes. Sometimes but most of the time it is stable.Scalability Issues:No issues of scalability.Customer Service:5 out of 10.Technical Support:8 out of 10Previous Solutions:No experience.Initial Setup:Complex in many ways , setting it up and making to work is equivalent to making an elephant dance.Implementation Team:Vendor and in-house and all.ROI:productivity and efficeincy. Scalability.Cost and Licensing Advice:Oracle is a very pricey product with very high licensing fee. They do not offer corresponding benefits with the licensing fee.Other Solutions Considered:Other products include JD Edwards and Peoplesoft which were bought over by Oracle. :(Other Advice:The Solutions itself is not that impressive. The look and feel need to be changed. The OAF version of forms offer some hope but they are difficult to manipulate.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-10-01
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