New—start using Fusion Analytics in 10 days (for free)

March 15, 2023 | 3 minute read
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Getting started with something new can be hard. There are real concerns about time, cost, and technical complexities. We get it—and we’re committed to making it easier for you to try Fusion Analytics so you can see its potential in your own business. To that end, Oracle has launched a program called the Analytics Innovation Sprint. It will get you working hands-on with your own data in Fusion Analytics at no cost in just 10 days.

Getting started is simple

A Fusion Analytics expert will work with your business and technical stakeholders to get 10 out-of-the-box metrics up and running for 10 users in 10 days. You need to be live on at least one module from Oracle Fusion Cloud CX, ERP, HCM, or SCM so there’s real data to see. We’ll help you with training for administrators, run a hands-on workshop for business users, and host office hours to respond to any questions. This is a 30-day program, so once the setup is complete, you’ll have another 20 days to explore.

There is no charge

The Analytics Innovation Sprint program is completely free of charge. All you need is an Oracle Universal Credit Account. If you don’t have one, we’ll help you set it up at no cost. If you want to expand the scope to use more than 10 metrics, incorporate non-Fusion-Apps data, or create custom KPIs, modest fees apply. If that’s what you need to see how Fusion Analytics works for your business, we’ll help you engage with a partner that can provide time and cost estimates based on the work involved.

Why is this so easy?

It feels like there must be a catch—but there’s not. Analytics Innovation Sprints are possible because of a deceptively simple approach: We’ve already handled the complexity of connecting Fusion Apps and Fusion Analytics across infrastructure, security, and data definitions. This means you can try Fusion Analytics with your own KPIs and data without investing high-cost resources or undertaking lengthy projects.

It bears mentioning that an Analytics Innovation Sprint is not intended to replace a properly-scoped Fusion Analytics adoption initiative (although it could be incorporated as part of a larger plan). We can help you engage with Oracle partners offering “quick start” implementations on tight timelines and with modest costs.

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Oracle launched the Analytics Innovation Sprint program because we want our customers to see Fusion Analytics’ potential in their own businesses. Our hope is that it can bring these advantages to life for you. To learn more, click the “Learn more” button below.

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