Kusal Swarnakar, Co-Founder of KPI Partners, visits with Joel Borellis, Group Vice President of Partner Enablement at Oracle, on the set of Oracle PartnerNetwork Live during Oracle OpenWorld 2013.
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KPI was offered the unique opportunity to be a featured guest as part of the first keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld. The audience included several thousand partners, customers, media members, and industry analysts. KPI is one of over 5,000 Oracle partners around the globe, so we were very appreciative of the invitation to participate.
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KPI Partners Recognized With Prestigious Oracle Excellence Awards for Specialized Partner of the Year – North America
KPI Partners Recognized With Prestigious Oracle Excellence Awards for Specialized Partner of the Year – North America in Business Intelligence/Enterprise Performance Management and Education
Oracle Recognizes KPI’s Expertise in Delivering Specialized Solutions
San Francisco, CA – September 22, 2013. Oracle today awarded KPI Partners with its 2013 Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year – North America in two categories: Business Intelligence (BI)/Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Education.
Tags: Case Study, Awards, Press, Lydia Smyers, Oracle, Business Intelligence, Education, Jeremiah Johnson, News, Oracle BI Applications
KPI in San Francisco @ Oracle OpenWorld 2013
As part of Oracle OpenWorld 2013, KPI Partners will be participating in various engagements throughout the week. Here is a snapshot of our involvement:
Tags: Kusal Swarnakar, Norm Dy, Oracle OpenWorld, Case Study, Awards, Ramesh Ponganti, HR Analytics, Events, Jeff McQuigg, Kumar Krishnaswamy
by Jaime Seagraves
The New York Police Department has developed what they are calling a hi-tech analytical dashboard tool that collects crime and event data around the city. This Domain Awareness System, known as “The Dashboard,” is helping the NYPD combat crime and terror on the streets.
Tags: Real-Time BI, Case Study, Unstructured Data, Business Intelligence, Video, Jaime Seagraves, Blog
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.
Tags: Webinar, Sid Goel, OBIEE, Case Study, EPM, Essbase, Mark Joslin, Oracle, Business Intelligence, Oracle EPM, Oracle BI, Oracle BI Applications, Hyperion
Business Intelligence Is Linking People, Strategy, And Performance At Progressive Insurance
SAN JOSE, CA– November 2, 2012 – Technology consultancy KPI Partners partnered with Progressive Casualty Insurance Company on a customer spotlight webinar that featured a unique business intelligence solution for HR. Progressive is building state-of-the-art human resource scorecard solutions to optimize the capabilities for managing approximately 25,000 employees and 450 office locations.
Tags: Data Warehousing, Webinar, Case Study, Business Intelligence, News, HR Analytics, Oracle BI Applications
[Recording] Drive Valuable Insight From Diverse And Unstructured Data With Oracle Endeca Information Discovery
September 25th, KPI Partners hosted an educational webinar that showed us there is significant growth of unstructured data being created by consumers and businesses alike, however unstructured forms of data that can be found in sources such as email, social networks and even health records can make it more difficult to organize, manage and analyze the data.
Tags: Webinar, Sid Goel, Endeca, Case Study
KPI Partners Launches E-Book On Project-Based Decision Support Systems
BOSTON, MA – September 4, 2012 – There is a saying that if it cannot be measured, it cannot be managed. Traditionally, projects have used schedules and budgets to monitor progress. This only provides part of the answer. It does not address other variables.
Tags: Sid Goel, Case Study, Project Analytics, News, Oracle BI, Book
There is an apocryphal story about a nuclear scientist at the Los Alamos proving grounds in the late 1940s. When informed that the Soviet Union had sent spies to infiltrate the complex and steal the secrets of the atomic bomb, he replied that the U.S. should give the Soviet Union all the data on those first atomic bomb tests. His reasoning was, of course, that the Soviets would take years to get through the data regardless what their spies told them and thus not actually build a bomb for many more years.
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