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MGI 360 Ratings - Oracle BRM in Billing Management SEP 25 2018

RATING UPDATE: We re-iterate the MGI 360 Rating of Oracle BRM in the Billing Management Market at 59 and maintain a Neutral outlook.
OPINION: Product score increased from 10.76 to 10.95 as Oracle continues to make investments in its Monetization Cloud – its version of an agile monetization platform (AMP) derived from a single-tenant version of BRM with a UX facelift. Overall, the OMC/BRM momentum is lagging in pace and substance and field research indicates concern in BRM customer base. Time and cost to implement remain challenging. A transformation of BRM into a cloud-native agile monetization solution over the next 24 months is a low probability scenario. Management score fell from 13.05 to 13.01. Channel score is unchanged at 15.49. Strategy score fell from 9.57 to 9.43 as BRM brand continues to lose visibility. Finance score is down from 10.57 to 10.49 reflecting lack of top-line growth.
 
USE CASE: Simple subscription within existing Oracle accounts; organizations looking to gain early-adopter status. BRM customers satisfied with their combination of price and functionality should monitor OMC progress. Enterprises needing an agile solution with moderate to sophisticated requirements today need to consider alternatives.
 
COMPANY DESCRIPTIONOracle Corp is a dominant supplier of software, hardware and services to Global 2000 organizations worldwide. The company entered the Billing Management market through an acquisition of Portal Software in 2006. Oracle Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) solution is targeted at Communications Service Providers (CSPs), large enterprises in industrial, high-tech and utility companies. A separate offering - Oracle-NetSuite SuiteBilling (rated separately) incorporates elements of original Monexa billing engine.
 
COMPETITORSCompetitors for Oracle Billing and Revenue Management (BRM): SAP Hybris Billing, Zuora, Aria Systems, goTransverse, BillingPlatform, Ericsson, Amdocs, BluLogix, RecVue
 
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  • FINANCE: Is the company growing and profitable
 
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