For sure, there are many options and even some more (Tableau, Qlik, Cognos, Manhattan, I2, JDA, Infor, NetSuite, etc) plus all custom development / home-grown systems in some industries like Finance.
This was the situation early 90's and companies struggled with systems, interfaces, hardware and data models. And upgrades and new regulations, etc. Just imagine how to get a proper Analytics across so many architectures (get a data lake, data warehouse, massive data transformation, etc). And by the way, there were many options at that time too.
History is always like a pendulum that oscillates from one extreme to the other. It was homegrown and diverse systems in the early 90's. It went from "best of breed" towards "best of suite" with SAP, Oracle, Infor, Microsoft in the last 20-25 years. Now it is moving back towards "best of breed / cloud"and all developers are enjoying the ride.