Premier support for Oracle Discoverer is ending in June 2014 and if you're feeling the pressure to migrate to another solution, you're not alone. Moving to Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle BI Applications, Oracle's newest flagship platform for business intelligence and decision support, is a decision facing many Discoverer customers.
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Jeff McQuigg and Ramesh Ponaganti recently represented KPI Partners at the Oracle PartnerNetwork's reception which honored winners of the 2013 Oracle Excellence Awards. KPI Partners was honored as the receipient of the 2013 Oracle Excellence Award in two categories: Business Intelligence/Enterprise Performance Management and Education.
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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.
The new release of the Oracle BI Applications (126.96.36.199.1) now leverages Oracle Data Integrator (ODI). This huge development means that ODI can alternatively be utilized as the primary data integration tool over Informatica. ODI and its Extract-Load-Transform functionality could provide customers a setup that delivers increased performance and reduced data integration costs.
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As part of KPI's web series on Examining Oracle BI Applications 11g, this short video provides a brief overview of the new release of the Oracle BI Applications. Areas of examination for this session include:
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What's New And What's Improved In The New Version Of Oracle BI Applications...
Oracle just released a new version of Oracle BI Applications (188.8.131.52.1 also known as 11g PS1) and as the top partner for Oracle BI Applications (we can prove it - we've won the awards), we thought we'd take a look under the hood to highlight the enhancements.
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In the past when automation and digitization were still unknown, who would have ever thought of smart machines, intelligent companies and business intelligence? Business decisions were then mostly based on individual experiences and intuition. As technology advanced, computing led the way for companies to access massive data in less time and use them to make important business decisions. By the mid 1980s, business intelligence began to take its roots.
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Gartner recently conducted a global survey of more than 2,000 chief information officers in 36 industries across 41 countries.