Oracle’s Larry Ellison likes to brag on ERP customers he’s either stolen (proof pending) from SAP or kept out of its main competitor’s arms.
One such firm in the latter category is Gopuff, which transitioned from QuickBooks to Oracle Fusion ERP.
From Oracle site: “After evaluating several vendors, the company implemented Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP‘s accounting module in 2019, then its forecasting and financial planning modules the following year, as the first steps toward implementing a cloud strategy that now also includes Oracle Fusion Cloud EPM (Enterprise Performance Management) and Oracle Cloud SCM (supply chain management and manufacturing).”
On February 9, 2021 Gopuff participated in “Oracle ERP Virtual Summit: Insights from Oracle’s Larry Ellison and execs from PwC, Square, and goPuff“.
Gopuff CFO Josh Burke present the business case for Oracle Fusion ERP at Gopuff:
Philadelphia-based Gopuff recently raised another $1 billion, giving it a market cap of $15 billion.
In addition to the need to manage the transactional load efficiently, Oracle ERP helps provides the information to support a truly data-driven strategy.