ERP Cloud offers more than one way of integrating with external systems, ranging from table-based information generation, data-extraction enabled reports, to dozens of web-services available for data to flow in and out. On top of that, the PaaS platform on Oracle cloud provides services such as JCS (JavaCloudService), and OIC (OracleIntegrationService), among other integration technologies we can use to either develop and integrate our on-premise systems with ERP Cloud or develop new cloud applications to be integrated within the same cloud.
Use file-based data imports to load data into your Oracle Financials Cloud applications from external sources. In addition, you can open help topics that provide further details on how a specific import process works.
Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) is designed for operational users who want to create their own custom queries, reports, dashboards, charts and graphs to aid daily decisionmaking. Users can access, analyze and evaluate real-time transaction data in Fusion Financials by using a self-service report design tool to build reports on top of customizable analysis structures.
Oracle Fusion Applications provides web services as one of many mechanisms to integrate with and extend Oracle Fusion Applications in Oracle Applications Cloud Services. The web services are typically based on a business objects and allow the caller to perform operations on the business objects.
Oracle Platform as a Service, or PaaS, refers to Oracle Cloud Platform, a comprehensive, standards-based, fully integrated combination of Oracle and open source technologies that enable you to build, deploy, migrate and manage a variety of different application workloads. Platform services include Oracle Database Cloud Service, Oracle Java Cloud Service, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle Integration Cloud, and Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service. These and many other Oracle PaaS services are part of an environment in which you can deploy and secure custom applications and data.