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Seeking feedback on SAP v Oracle in a telco ERP environment

If your organization uses SAP or Oracle software to manage your business and you are in telco, utilities, internet/media services, I would like to touch base regarding your assessment of the software.
We are working with a B2B telco industry client that is evaluating SAP and Oracle. In particular, we are interested in learning more about how you rate the software for:
* Product definition (how does it support product set up, costing, price + catalog management)
* Quote to Order Management
* Order Provisioning (a sales order requires some or all of: physical construction (using materials and services), establishing connections between locations, service testing and activation etc)
*Purchasing (materials, services, fees), inventory and asset management (including asset tracking in detail at location/tax jurisdiction level)
*Billing, Revenue Recognition and Bill Presentment
I’d like to limit the conversation to a maximum of 30 minutes.
If you (or someone in your organization) are able to assist, please contact me at  as soon as convenient.
Many thanks
Len Green


Jamie Pearson
Title: President
Company: Go Get'em
(President, Go Get'em) |

I see your post is from a few months ago. However, I wanted to let you know about a company called Mothernode ( Their software is 100% web-based and handles everything you've outlined above. It is very affordable and customizable. So if you have a client that can't afford the SAP or Oracle route I encourage you to talk to someone at Mothernode as a possible solution. Have a great day!

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