Getting Results: Measuring the ROI for Oracle EPM to Unlock Business Potential

The independent research organization Ovum interviewed a cross-section of Oracle customers to model the return on investment and net present value of Oracle’s on-premise Enterprise Performance Management solution.

Ovum found that the modeled composite organization, based on eight interviews done, had a positive ROI in the first year of deployment. Over a five-year period, the average ROI was 202% – meaning that, in present value terms, every dollar invested in the on-premise Oracle EPM yielded $2 in accrued profit after five years.

To keep costs under control, Ovum said companies need to choose a service provider that invests significant time in understanding their business process and their industry nuances to ensure deployment success.


  • Unlocking the value of EPM investment
  • Methodology & the composite EPM user
  • Financial analysis
  • Conclusions
  • Appendix A: Overview of Oracle EPM Portfolio
  • Appendix B: Financial metrics overview 

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