Oracle is a company that's well known in the world of enterprise support. It's famous for products that power large scale businesses including database software, the Solaris operating system, and, of course, the programming language Java. Amid all those enterprise products the company also offers a customer relationship management (CRM) platform.
While not the first name that comes to mind — that honor belongs to Salesforce — Oracle is still a big name when you're looking for a CRM. Salesforce, meanwhile, is the market leader with numerous companies singing its praises including Adidas, Amazon Web Services, Toyota, and Spotify.
But, while Salesforce works for those successful companies the real question is whether Salesforce or Oracle can work for your business. The best way to do that is to grab a customized price for each with our personalized CRM software pricing quotes tool. Plus, this article aims to guide you through the decision with a general comparison of both platforms.
- Robust enterprise features
- Customizable dashboard
- Allows team file sharing/downloading
- Learning curve may be sharp
- Comparatively high price for low tier service plans
- Wide feature set
- Frequently updated
- Robust support & training
- No free plan
- On the more expensive end of the industry
- Basic plan caps data at 612 MB/user
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