• Sectors:
  • Analytics / B.I. / Big Data
  • Data Warehousing
  • ECM Software
  • Enterprise Apps
  • Information Security
  • Infrastructure Software
  • ML / AI
  • Server
  • Storage
  • JAN21


  • OCT20


  • JUL20


2021 outlook

Deceleration in Oracle’s SaaS portfolio and simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry.


  • Giant Public + Private spending intentions are down vs last year across all Enterprise apps products – NetSuite, Fusion, Taleo , on - prem – as is spend in Database / Data Warehousing, Analytics / B.I. / Big Data, Information Security, and Servers, driven in part by worsening Replacement rates.
  • Modest deceleration driven by higher decrease rates and less expansion from large enterprises in key areas like Enterprise Apps (on-prem), Infrastructure Software, and Database / Data warehousing keep us Negative on our data and reinforces Oracle’s discouraging longer-term positioning.
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  • 676
  • Survey Respondents
  • Representing $356b in annual IT Spend
  • 147Fortune 500
  • 148 S&P 500
  • 245Global 2000

Distribution of the Survey Answers

  • 2% adoption
  • 20% increase
  • 54% flat
  • 19% decrease
  • 5% replacing

Oracle - Single Vendor Aggregate

The historical response breakdown for Oracle; the blue line represents Net score while the yellow line represents Market share.

Single Vendor Aggregate
  • adoption
  • increase
  • flat
  • decrease
  • replacing
  • net score

Oracle Spend Focus - Respondent Subsample

Spending Intentions for Oracle by customer type (Index, Region, Vertical, etc.)

Respondent Subsample

Oracle Tracking the Conversation -

  • Companies that have ERP platforms, Oracle, or SAP, or otherwise are so deeply entrenched in the organization, so difficult to remove that most of my colleagues would scarcely even entertain the idea of changing and ERP platform. The expense, the complexity, the risk is just so great that if Workday were to make inroads in that space, they would have to be capturing companies that don’t already have a mature incumbent ERP solution. In an organization like mine, it’s hard for me to even conceive of making an ERP platform change.

    - Director of IT, Large Public Restaurant Chain | VENN 221, 11/06/2020

  • What’s really the likelihood that someone is going to spend two or three or more years moving to AWS or Azure and then turning around and saying, now I’m going to go another way? I frankly don’t see it. Instead what I think we’ll see with SAP, with Oracle, with IBM RedHat, with others that are out there. They’re going to try to find ways to partner with public cloud providers in the way VMware did. Or find ways to make their products available in the marketplaces with the leading public cloud players and remain very viable in that way.

    - Director of IT, Large Public Restaurant Chain | VENN 221, 11/06/2020

Oracle Spend Focus

Spending Intentions for Oracle across all Sectors that track it

Single Vendor View