3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 30, 2016
System works as advertized, but after using for a while, looks like we have more options than we need. Poor implementation of Windows standards, however.
Opt to run parallel system as long as possible to give good experience with system before purchase.
Data integrety very good. Have not seen any instance of corruption of any data.
Again, Windows standards not supported as well as they should be.
Look closer at our full process and not focus on one aspect (finance aspect was main focus for vendor).
Possibibly choose another system with better web access and better conformance to Windows standards.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 7, 2016
THE EBS PRODUCTS IS GOOD, BUT THE PERSONALITY OF IMPLEMENTAION IS NOT EASY TO DO FOR THE CUSTOMER.
TRANSFORM TO THE CLOUD.
THE WHOLE EBS SUITE.
NOT EASY TO USE. NEED TO TRANING THE CUSTOMER.
MUCH MORE CUSTOMERLIZE AND EASY TO USE.
FOR OUR COMPANY, WE TRAINED OUR PEOPLE AND DO THE BUSINESS ANALISIS OURSELVES.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 21, 2016
The product does what it supposes to do with globalization or localization emphasis. It is a mature product, better than much smaller software that cannot adapt to business growth. Any customizations and changes are not too easy to deploy. The approval experience can be enhanced with the mobile app that started rolling out.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 20, 2016
The business team is very pleased with the implementation and final solution.
EAM with integration to core systems is the best fit.
Direct integration with purchasing, inventory
User interface sophistication can be confusing.
Screen 3rd party system integrators carefully
For our needs this has been a good fit.
Integrated with ERP system - that's a big gain for users.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 20, 2016
assess the consultants, understanding company needs
difficult to find technical skills
expertise of consutants