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Case Study: Take 2 Interactive - Finance And Supply Chain Analytics

About Take-Two Interactive

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., also known as Take 2, is an American multi-national publisher, developer, and distributor of video games and video game peripherals. Take-Two wholly owns Rockstar Games and 2K Games.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Migration Programs, Systems Implementation, IBM, Entertainment, ERP Analytics, Delivery Leadership, Gaming, Take-Two

Revenue Generating Real-Time Business Intelligence at Qualcomm

Customer Need

Qualcomm Enterprise Services (QES) offers a suite of software products to help shipping fleet customers manage their drivers, vehicles and end customers. One of the main reasons Qualcomm lost customers in competitive situations was due to a lack of an integrated reporting and analysis system across their many applications.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Qualcomm, Informatica, Data Discovery, Cloud Application Integration, Product Engineering

Maximizing Performance Gains With Oracle Business Intelligence

Challenges

EMC needed to improve the performance of its dashboards in order to gain user acceptance and executive sponsorship. Design principles and a performance methodology needed to be adopted by EMC’s team to guide future development efforts.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, EMC Corporation, Delivery Leadership

Combining Oracle E-Business Suite with Non-EBS Data For HR Analytics

Challenges

The client’s HR department was having a difficult time seeing all HR information in a single place. Payroll reporting was difficult as it was outside Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). Self-serving and ad-hoc reporting made the business too dependent on Informational Technology.

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Tags: Oracle, Communications, Technology, Cricket Wireless, ERP Analytics, HR Analytics

Replacement Of Legacy BI With Next Generation Solution

Challenges

Audatex needed to increase customer retention in a very competitive market place by adding more value to the insurance claims data it was collecting and processing for its insurance company customers.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Migration Programs, Audatex, IBM, Product Engineering

The World’s Largest Business Objects to Oracle BI Conversion at Cox Communications

Challenges

Cox Communications struggled with multiple Business Intelligence initiatives taking place throughout its business units. This resulted in multiple BI tools, along with the associated higher software, application development, training, infrastructure and maintenance costs.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Communications, Technology, SAP, Migration Programs, Cox Communications, Offshore

Global Internet Retailer, Amazon.com, Analyzes Hundreds Of Millions Of Records.

Amazon.com operates as a global online retailer through web sites such as amazon.com and amazon.ca. The company serves consumers through its retail Web sites and focuses on selection, price, and convenience.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Retail, Amazon.com, ERP Analytics, Planning & Consolidation, Big Data, Data Discovery, Retail BI

Creating Value With Cross-Functional Margin Analysis Using Financial Analytics

Challenges

After migrating from their legacy Operational System to Oracle EBS, Agilysys faced a significant knowledge challenge where invoice, revenue, and cost information each resided in different data sources.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Agilysys, ERP Analytics

Business Objects To Oracle BI Conversions At Cox Communications, St, Jude Medical, and Bank of Hawaii

Many organizations are converting their existing Business Objects universes and reports to Oracle BI. KPI has a proven methodology for Business Objects to Oracle BI migration based on experience with the largest and most complex migration projects in the world.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Communications, Technology, SAP, Migration Programs, Cox Communications, St. Jude Medical, Bank of Hawaii

Bookings, Billings, and Backlogs at Netgear

Netgear is one of the three largest US manufacturers of the networking products as well as a manufacturer of other computer hardware.   Netgear has a predominant market share in home networking producst and is second in overall networking product market share.

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Tags: Oracle, Business Intelligence, Technology, Systems Implementation, Data Integration, Netgear