Tuesday Oct 15, 2013

BI&EPM in Focus October 2013

  • Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Replay Videos On Demand (link)
  • Everything Analytics Social Media Weekly Roundup (link)

Customers

  • Home Office Improves Management and Reduces Costs by US$12.4 Million with Self-Service Business Intelligence (link)
  • Kuwait Gulf Oil Company Aggregates Ledgers, Enhances Financial Reporting, and Completes Payroll 10x Faster with Standardized, Integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (link)
  • Pinellas County Improves Financial Reporting and Transparency with Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine (link)
  • Etisalat Nigeria Secures Revenue Growth and New Subscribers with Real-Time Data Analysis (link)
  • Marel Cuts Time for Report Compilation from Six Days to Three Hours, Reports Quarterly Results 3x Faster, and Achieves ROI in One Year (link)
  • Liquigas Distribuidora Consolidates Budget Infrastructure and Eliminates 400 Types of Spreadsheets by Using a Planning Solution (link)
  • Engineers Australia Streamlines eChartered Process - Video (link)
  • Customer and Partner Search Engine (link)
Enterprise Performance Management

  • 30th October 4.00 GMT: Advanced Variance Analysis in Planning and Essbase - Edgewater Ranzal Webinar Series
  • 5th November 5.00 GMT: Fast Start Planning Implementation for Healthcare Providers - Edgewater Ranzal Webinar Series
  • Lifetime Support dates for EPM System release 11.1.2.x have been extended (link)
  • Blog: Mastering the Cost of Higher Education (link)
  • Support:
    • Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) September patch set released (link)
    • My Oracle Support - HPCM Community update (link)
    • EPM “Standalone” Log Analysis Utility (link)
    • OBIEE and EPM search helpers are online (link)

Business Intelligence

  • Maximize Cost Savings through Procurement Analytics (link)
  • Oct 16, Big Data at Work Webcast featuring Cloudera: Your Data Warehouse and Hadoop (link)
  • Oct 17 Endeca for Oil & Gas with Baker Tilly (link)
  • New Book: Oracle Business Intelligence Applications: Deliver Value Through Rapid Implementations, by Simon Miller and William Hutchinson (link)
  • Blog:Practical Uses of Business Scorecards, from Company-Wide to Process Specific (link)
  • Blog: Creating your first app with the BI Mobile App Designer (link)
  • Partner Blog: How Business Analytics is Pivotal to Oracle’s Red Stack (link)
  • Blog: RDA 8.1 Now Available (link)
  • Blog: OBIEE 11.1.1.6.12 is the Final Regular Bundle Patch (link)
  • Support:

Training Calendar

Course Title

Start Date

Duration

Location

Price

Oracle E-Business Suite Extensions for ENDECA

17-Oct-13

2 Days

Reading, UK

FREE

Business Analytics Architecture Masterclass

22-Oct-13

1 Day

London, UK

FREE

Oracle Hyperion Essbase Workshop

22-Oct-13

3 Days

Reading, UK

FREE

Endeca Fundamentals Bootcamp

13-Nov-13

3 Days

Reading, UK

FREE

OBI 10g to 11g Upgrade Bootcamp

26-Nov-13

3 Days

Reading, UK

£750

Test Drive the New BI Mobile Application Designer

Build your own new BI Mobile App, and try it on your smart-phone, or tablet, or desk-top, and the apps others have put into the test Apps-library. BIMAD is pretty simple to use to build apps that analyse data from an up-loadable spread-sheet, or directly from the existing (e.g. here the sample) centralised OBI presentation data model: and just to help you along, here is a step-by-step guide to how you can test drive a specific BIMAD example from the hosted server.

Oracle’s BI Mobile Application Designer (BIMAD) allows you to quickly create great looking interactive reports and dashboard-apps to view across multiple mobile and PC devices. There are three ways you as Partners and your customers can try these out:

  1. Connect to the Oracle-hosted OBI-server, and use it now, both to build and to run these

    BI Mobile Apps. Use your PC-browser to navigate to http://slc02okx.oracle.com:7780/analytics to build the app, and then either scan the QR code it generates into your mobile device to run it, or put the app into the library on the BI-Server, and access them all @ http://slc02okx.oracle.com:7780/mobile/appstore


  2. Get the latest OBI EE sample install including BIMAD within a downloadable VM, and run the entire environment on your own laptop or server. See this @ Oracle BI and EPM Demonstration SampleApp V309 on OTN.


  3. Download the BIMAD install as an add-on to your existing 11.1.1.7.1 OBI installation.

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