E-Business Tax (eBTax) Analytics for Oracle BI & Oracle E-Business Suite

KPI has developed a pre-built analytic application specifically designed for Oracle E-Business Tax.

What is Oracle E-Business Tax?

EBTax Reports EBS OBIEEOracle E-Business Tax (eBTax) is a module within Oracle E-Business Suite that allows for the management of transactional-based tax requirements.


KPI Partners has developed a pre-packaged E-Business Tax Analytics solution for use on the Oracle Business Intelligence platform. Using the solution with Oracle E-Business Suite enables any organization to analyze their complete tax situation. The solution also helps customers analyze tax exemptions, tax reconciliations, and tax collections in detail.


E-Business Tax Analytics  is fully integrated with Oracle’s BI Application platform and is compliant with standards for Oracle ETL and BI metadata.


E-Business Tax Analytics is well integrated with all Oracle E-Business Suite financial modules.  This integration enables users to analyze recoverabel and non-recoverable tax details at a subledger transaction level. 


A typical review of an organizations tax situation can be extremely complicated using the standard reports available from Oracle E-Business Suite. E-Business Tax Analytics helps users to perform simplified analysis of the details inside E-Business Tax.

E-Business Tax Analytics helps users reconcile tax amounts posted to the general ledger through an easy-to-use interface built within Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE). Users can also perform analysis on amounts that have not yet been collected and assist in the understanding of the tax exemptions that exist for a particular organization.

Key Functionality

E-Business Tax (eBTax) Analytics is delivered with out-of the-box conformed dimensions and features the following functionality:

  • Visibility into E-Business Tax (eBTax) information which empowers a user to analyze the tax situation for an organization.

  • Analysis of tax information by tax regime, tax jurisdiction, tax code, tax status, and tax rate.

  • Review tax exemptions and analyze by exception reason.

  • Visibility into recoverable and non-recoverable tax information.

  • Reconcile tax data with the general ledger.

  • Perform tax collection analysis and view uncollected tax.