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Oracle Process Cloud is an attractive entry point for organizations in the early stages of BPM adoption and a lighter-weight complement to the Oracle BPMS for those organizations that are already delivering BPM.


  • Oracle’s process cloud offering dramatically reduces the cost of entry to BPM, making it far easier for organizations to adopt process automation.

Features and Benefits

  • Explains Oracle's BPM strategy.
  • Assesses Oracle's approach to BPM as-a-service.

Key questions answered

  • What is interesting about Oracle's Process Cloud announcement?
  • Why should enterprises consider Oracle Process Cloud as an alternative to on-premise BPMS?

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  • Summary
  • If you are already using Oracle’s BPMS, consider Process Cloud as a complementary technology
  • If you are new to BPM, Process Cloud offers an attractive cost of entry
  • Process Cloud makes Oracle’s BPM technology accessible to a much wider audience
  • Oracle’s Process Cloud is well positioned to integrate with its other as-a-service offerings
  • Oracle has done a good job of positioning its Process Cloud platform alongside the Oracle BPMS
  • Oracle’s latest cloud announcements form part of a coherent and well-executed cloud strategy


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