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"I'm just involved in technical, but I understand that its pricing is similar to HP so it is quite expensive."

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Compared 18% of the time.
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EBX, EBX.Platform, Orchestra Networks EBX5
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Overview

Oracle Product Hub is a market-leading solution, providing customers with tools to centralize all product information from heterogeneous systems, creating a single prod duct repository that can be leveraged across all functional departments. This proven and innovative solution provides capabilities to match, merge and consolidate multiple sources, governance and data quality tools to securely and collaboratively manage data within the hub and integration services to share the content across the enterprise and with trading partners.

EBX5 makes it easier to manage your data assets. Custom applications and purpose-built MDM solutions are hard to change while EBX5 is flexible and agile. EBX5 uses a unique what-you-model-is-what-you-get design approach: with applications generated on the fly and fully configurable. This eliminates the need for long, costly, and endless development projects. And EBX5 includes all the enterprise-class capabilities you need to create data-driven applications. Data stewardship, workflow, data quality and data integration are built right in.
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Posco, Donaldson Company Inc., Agilent, Gulf Air, Walmart Stores Inc., Babcock International Group Plc, Griffith University, Pella Corporation, Zebra TechnologiesUnited Technologies Corporation
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company50%
Comms Service Provider8%
Energy/Utilities Company8%
Retailer8%
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Computer Software Company38%
Comms Service Provider16%
Insurance Company7%
Financial Services Firm7%
Find out what your peers are saying about Informatica, Microsoft, Orchestra Networks and others in Master Data Management. Updated: January 2021.
456,719 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Oracle Product Hub is ranked 19th in Master Data Management while Orchestra Networks EBX is ranked 3rd in Master Data Management with 3 reviews. Oracle Product Hub is rated 0.0, while Orchestra Networks EBX is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Orchestra Networks EBX writes "The support is fast and good, and the program is user-friendly". Oracle Product Hub is most compared with Informatica PIM, Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud, SAP Master Data Governance and Stibo STEP MDM, whereas Orchestra Networks EBX is most compared with Informatica MDM, TIBCO EBX, SAP Master Data Governance, IBM InfoSphere MDM and Microsoft MDS.

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