Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Planning

Remend assesses the technical and functional effectiveness of on-premise Oracle E-Business Suite systems so customers may plan effectively for the future.

The Next Step For Your Oracle E-Business Suite Platform

Most customers have been using and customizing their EBS environment for many years, often decades. Mapping these systems to modern SaaS solutions is a complex undertaking that often points towards risk-laden rip and replace strategies. Conversely, a lift and shift approach—moving the requisite infrastructure to a cloud provider—falls short of the cloud’s promised value.

Remend has unique analytical capabilities that enable customers of legacy, on-premise E-Business Suite (EBS) implementations to plan for the future. The result exposes poorly discounted software support, mitigates the financial risk of a software audit, quantifies actual versus assumed use of the software, accounts for fully-burdened costs and rationalizes legacy terms, conditions, and license metrics.

Remend E-Business Suite Specialized Delivers the Following Value

Baseline Commercial Terms

Expose sub-optimized costs to ensure the future-state does not roll legacy burdens into the future.

Modernize Requirements

Realign current and future needs to modern license, support, and subscription terms.

Eliminate Shelfware

Stop paying for software you aren’t using.

Leave The Past

Operate with long-term goals in mind rather than only the immediate concerns.

Leave Irrelevant Legacy Pricing and Terms Behind

License agreements for legacy EBS environments often fail to meet the needs of the customer. The result is annual support costs that are frustratingly disconnected from the original value proposition. Oracle’s goal is to protect—not optimize—these pre-existing fees by rolling them into the next generation of agreements.

Remend Delivers Value by Executing the Following Steps

Analyze historical usage patterns among users, their assigned responsibilities, and the licensed modules they map to.

Report on the commercial and operational effectiveness of legacy license agreements, maintenance fees, and technical architecture.

Expose gaps from current state to future-facing business requirements.

Engage Oracle and other suppliers to assess solutions, finalize new agreements, and supervise implementation services.

Let Remend Help

Remend introduces the current provider landscape (e.g., AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google), realigns spend management (capital versus operating expense), aligns and builds common language among important stakeholders and develops an executable negotiation strategy for engaging Oracle. In addition, qualified systems integrators are introduced to advise on the scope and cost associated with moving to the cloud.