KPI Partners Blog
NEWARK, CA -- 02/26/2015 -- KPI Partners today announced it has been selected as a Oracle Fast Track Program Partner for Big Data Discovery.
I often get this question from various IT people: "Why do business analysts like fancy dashboards?"
Do you really know what’s going on inside your business?
Or are you just looking at sets of spreadsheets? Of course, recording data in spreadsheets is the natural starting point but it doesn’t take long before it is too time-consuming, potentially inaccurate and misleading, particularly in the reconciliation of data for reporting purposes.
Providing actionable business intelligence across the enterprise to enable informed decision-making and streamlined business processes is an obtainable goal. Often the challenge is determining where to start, how to select trusted advisors, how to form your team, and how to set user expectations.
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Newark, California – May 10, 2013 -- KPI Partners, the 2012 Oracle Specialized Partner of the Year for BI Applications, today announced it's support of the new release of Oracle BI Applications 184.108.40.206.1 (also known as 11g PS1).
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Organizations do not have the ability to wait for a data refresh during critical business times like the financial close process & the management of an enterprise's supply chain. The innovators at KPI Partners have extended the Oracle BI Applications to support real-time analytics.
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While business intelligence (BI) is meant to serve the purpose of managing the analysis of day-to-day transactional activity, enterprise performance management (EPM) is summary analysis that provides forward-thinking predictive and what-if analysis.