KPI Partners Blog

Implementing Complex Real-Time Analysis by Leveraging Oracle BI Applications

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Fri, Dec 13, 2013 @ 01:45 PM

by Puneet Aggarwal

Many customers have real-time reporting requirements that are analytic in nature. Essentially, they have a real-time report as a starting point for a more detailed real-time analysis which can go a few levels deep. Shown below is a generic example of one such requirement for Account Analysis.

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Tags: Data Warehousing, Oracle E-Business Suite, Real-Time BI, Training, Real-Time Supply Chain and Inventory Analytics, Oracle, Business Intelligence, Tutorial, Puneet Aggarwal, Oracle BI, Oracle BI Applications, Real-Time Financial Analytics, Blog

Historical Data Conversion After An ERP Upgrade [Oracle BI Apps]

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Fri, Mar 29, 2013 @ 10:35 AM

by Puneet Aggarwal

Historical Data Conversion: Implementing Oracle BI Applications after an ERP upgrade

Many companies embark into the deployment of Oracle BI Applications soon after they go live with a new or upgraded ERP system.  A successful BI Apps deployment can bring in numerous benefits – the most notable is the data driven decision making in the organization. However, the success of the project depends a lot on having a good understanding of the challenges that are endemic to such BI deployments. These challenges require business decisions that must be made at the onset of the project to avoid the situation of over-promising and under-delivering.

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Tags: Data Warehousing, OBIEE, Oracle E-Business Suite, Puneet Aggarwal, Oracle BI Applications, ERP, Peoplesoft, Blog

KPI Mentioned In Jan-Feb 2013 Issue of Oracle Magazine

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 @ 01:41 PM

As part of the prestigious honor of being recognized with an Oracle Excellence Award for Specialized Partner of the Year, KPI Partners is mentioned in the most recent printed and online issue of Oracle Magazine.

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Tags: Awards, Press, Jeff Henley, Tyler Prince, Oracle, Puneet Aggarwal, Oracle BI Applications, Kumar Krishnaswamy, Blog