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Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
By peterschutt on Feb 26, 2014
For the 8th consecutive year, Oracle is a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platform. Gartner declares that “the BI and analytics platform market is in the middle of an accelerated transformation from Business Intelligence (BI) systems used primarily for measurement and reporting to those that also support analysis, prediction, forecasting and optimization.” Oracle offers all these wide-ranging capabilities across Business Intelligence Foundation Suite, Advanced Analytics and Real-Time Decisions.
“The race is on to fill the gap in governed data discovery,” professes Gartner. In this year’s MQ, all the Leaders have been moved “westward,” to the left, to open up white space in the future for vendors who address “governed data discovery” platforms that address both business users’ requirements for ease of use and enterprises’ IT-driven requirements, like security, data quality, and scalability. Although in Gartner’s view no single vendor provides governed data discovery today, Oracle Endeca Information Discovery 3.1, which became available in November 2013 after Gartner conducted the MQ report, is a complete enterprise data discovery platform that combines information of any type, from any source, empowering business user independence in balance with IT governance. Users can mash-up personal data along with IT-provisioned data into easy to use visualizations to explore what matters most to them. IT can manage the platform to meet data quality, scalability and security requirements. Users can benefit from additional subject areas and metadata provided by integration with Oracle BI.
Gartner additionally cites other Oracle strengths such as more than 80 packaged BI Analytic Applications that include pre-built data models, ETL scripts, reports, and dashboards, along with best practice, cross-functional analytics that span dozens of business roles and industries. Lastly, Oracle’s large, global network of BI application partners, implementation consultants, and customer install base provide a collaborative environment to grow and innovate with BI and analytics. Gartner also cites the large uptake in Oracle BI Mobile enabling business users to develop and deliver content on the go.
Thursday Aug 22, 2013
By Patricia Nishiyama on Aug 22, 2013
Introducing Oracle BI Mobile App Designer!
With Oracle BI Mobile App Designer, business users become self-sufficient in creating stunning analytical mobile apps - all without writing a single line of code. Why wait for IT to create interactive mobile apps for your line of business, when you can do it yourself? If you can use common office productivity tools, you can use Oracle BI Mobile App Designer.
Monday Apr 29, 2013
By Patricia Nishiyama on Apr 29, 2013
Oracle announced the latest release of Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite, 188.8.131.52.0 – the most comprehensive solution to help organizations drive optimization by further improving their analytic capabilities. Featuring more than 200 enhancements, Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Foundation has delivered a rich user experience that makes the end user spend less time trying to understand confusing reports, and more time using the data-driven reports to improve their performance and drive innovation.
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