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What is the difference between SAP and Oracle?

Asked by B. Wright, Last updated: Sep 02, 2019

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A. Cook

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A. CookEnglish Professor, M.A, Ph.D, Kentucky
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Answered on Sep 02, 2019

SAP is a well-known acronym that comes up when dealing with data processing. The acronym "SAP" simply means "Systems, Applications, and Products." SAP is majorly used in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), which is designed to work for some certain kinds of business and functions by integrating several business software applications. Large corporations like IBM and Microsoft are well known to be using SAP. On the other hand, oracle simply means Objective Relational Database Management Systems {ORDBMS}; they can actually be hosted on several platforms.

SAP is a well-known acronym that comes up when dealing with data processing. The acronym
There are different versions of the ORDBMS, varying from the simple versions which can be used personally to the enterprise-class versions. SAP, as an essential tool for business management, gives a chance for real-time tracking and management of accounting, sales, human resources, and finance in a particular enterprise or organization. The Oracle Corporation is the manufacturer of Oracle, which is usually made up of a single instance of an application at least, and used personally.

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W. Wright

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W. WrightBiology student, Biology student, Astoria
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Answered on Aug 22, 2019

SAP is the acronym for systems, applications, and products in data processing. SAP is an enterprise resource planning software which assimilates several business applications, which are intended for specific business areas. Oracle is ORDBMS produced by the oracle corporation that could be used in an enterprise environment. SAP is a sophisticated ERP software.

SAP allows for real-time management and tracking of sales, productions, finance, accounting, and human resources, while Oracle can be utilized to organize data in the enterprise. SAP is developed to be used with multiple database systems, and it includes interfaces for Oracle as well. The SAP system will issue SQL commands which are compatible with Oracle DBMS.

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