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Google will stop using Oracle’s finance software and adopt SAP instead – CNBC

Google plans to migrate its internal financial software from Oracle to SAP in the coming weeks.

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Google parent Alphabet plans in the coming weeks to stop using Oracle financial software and instead start using software from SAP, CNBC has learned.
Alphabet and Google core financial systems will move to SAP in May, Google told employees in an email that CNBC viewed. The move relates only to the software Google uses to track finances, and there’s no indication that the company is moving other systems off Oracle.
The change comes as Google and Oracle increasingly compete in the cloud computing…

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