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The Pandemic Boosted a Key Piece of Oracle's Business – But Is It Sustainable?

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The Pandemic Boosted a Key Piece of Oracle's Business – But Is It Sustainable?
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Long-term Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) shareholders will be the first to tell you that the company's pivot into cloud-based ERP solutions wasn't always the clear way forward for the company -- though it has become that, today. Shareholders have had to watch Oracle play second fiddle to on-premise ERP Solutions like SAP (NYSE: SAP) for years while the cloud-based ERP Market developed fully. On-premise ERP options initially gained popularity because they ran on a company's internal servers and were implemented like your old-fashioned software installation.

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