Oracle WebCenter Initial Setup

IfeanyiOjoh
Procurement and Supply Chain Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The initial setup was complex. I attribute that to a knowledge gap. Oracle could have taken more time to make sure that our people were trained before going into implementation mode. When you get to implementation mode and you don’t have sufficient knowledge of what you are doing, you tend to struggle to keep up, and that is how little things get forgotten. View full review »
reviewer1160172
Head of Development and Implementation at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
The setup is really very complex. I bought the Oracle solution for learning and used it with an Oracle partner to solve the problem in implementation. Deployment took about three months. So it was complex to start up, but it provides excellent services. View full review »
reviewer1160172
Head of Development and Implementation at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
In our company we use clustering, so the setup is very, very complex. We need to use the WebLogic sharing application server. I do have fairly good experience using the solution, so I'm able to manage it fine. View full review »
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reviewer768855
System Analyst, Oracle ECM Team Leader at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The initial setup is complex. Since Oracle has re-written their solution in order to place it on their public server, the setup itself has grown more complex. This is necessary, however, the change has required more steps in order to set up the product as well more steps in order to make it perform, and there's more things to manually set up. View full review »
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