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Why has expenses subscription model changed?

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Why has Oracle changed the subscription model for expenses from expense report to employee basis?

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Expenses are now bundled with 5 or 6 other applications that no one wants and subscription is on an employee basis which means you cant auto provision it to everyone as you could previously. This drives up the cost significantly and makes managing the application and subscriptions a nightmare. Why did someone think this was a good idea? I suspect Oracle has now shot itself in the foot and made the expenses considerably more expensive than market leading applications such as Concur.

Having worked in organisations using expenses for more than 2 decades I find this change completely unfathomable.

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