Friday Sep 02, 2011

Intelligent Performance

By John O'Rourke

Essential EPM/BI Sessions, Labs, Demos, and More

Oracle OpenWorld 2011 is rapidly approaching, and the Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence program this year is our strongest ever, with more than 130 sessions, four Hands-on Labs, 28 demo stations, and more than 30 partners. With so many choices, where do you turn first? Let us point you in the right direction with these essential sessions:

  • The EPM and BI General Sessions, led by Balaji Yelamanchili, Oracle Senior Vice President, Product Development, will provide insight into Oracle’s EPM and BI strategies.
    General Session: Oracle Business Intelligence Executive Briefing
    (Session 16700)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 11:00 a.m.—Moscone West 2002/2004
    General Session: Executive Briefing on Oracle’s EPM Strategy
    (Session 15592)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 12:30 p.m.—Westin St. Francis, California East/West
  • Leveraging ERP Investments with Oracle Hyperion Performance Management Applications (Session 15602)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 3:30 p.m.—Westin St. Francis, Elizabethan AB
    This session will provide an overview of Oracle’s Hyperion performance management applications, including strategies for integrating with Oracle and non-Oracle transactional systems.
  • A Real-World Look at Oracle Business Intelligence (Session 16720)
    Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1:15 p.m.—Moscone West 2000
    Hear Oracle BI customers discuss their own best practices and ways to overcome potential pitfalls to achieve a better BI infrastructure.

For more details on these and other EPM and BI activities at Oracle OpenWorld, download the Focus On EPM and BI guide (.pdf). We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in October.


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