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Latest Oracle Business Intelligence Applications Release Drives Greater Insight into Talent and Procurement

In May 2014, Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, which includes new capabilities for greater insight into procure-to-pay and talent management processes. Get the details on the new release.
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Oracle Extends Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile Support for Android

Oracle has launched a new version of Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile that extends support to Android. Now, Android users can view, analyze, and act on all their analyses, dashboards, scorecards, and reports—on the go.
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Exclusive COLLABORATE 14 Content: Customers Reveal Real-World Success with Oracle Business Analytics

In April 2014, thousands of Oracle customers gathered for COLLABORATE 14. Amid the activity, a host of customers went on camera to discuss their experiences using Oracle Business Analytics solutions—from optimizing operations to capturing new market opportunities. Read about their stories and find out where to access the videos.
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Mobile Users

Welcome to the World of Business Intelligence on the Go

Access your business at the speed of thought with Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile. Oracle lets you scale mobile business intelligence for all users without compromising security or performance, giving you business analytics at your fingertips.

Safaricom Makes Better Decisions with Oracle Business Intelligence

Performance Architects at COLLABORATE 2014

The City of Atlanta on Oracle Hyperion Public Sector Planning and Budgeting at COLLABORATE 2014

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Succeeding with Big Data and Analytics in 2014

Oracle surveyed hundreds of IT decision-makers to see what the top 10 big data and analytics trends and opportunities will be in 2014. View the infographic today to see helpful snapshots of the results.

Enterprise Performance Management Top Trends for 2014

As the role of finance continues to evolve, technology advancements in enterprise performance management (EPM) are helping organizations discover new ways to optimize business operations and capture new market opportunities. Oracle surveyed hundreds of decision-makers to determine what EPM trends will prevail in 2014. View the infographic now to find out what they are.

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Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile: What's the Deal with Android?

Android devices make up 80 percent of the worldwide market. Hear why Android apps are special and review some of the key Android-specific features that make Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile unique.

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Profit Magazine: Workflow to Go

Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Mobile streamlines critical financial workflow and approval processes.

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BI Analytics and Pulse

Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Blog

Oracle Big Data Blog

OracleVoice on Forbes.com

Oracle President Mark Hurd on LinkedIn Influencers

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Read: Aditya Birla Nuvo Reduces Consolidation Cycle Time by 25 Percent, Enhances Financial Data Transparency, and Standardizes Reporting Process

Read: Angel Trains Optimizes Rail Operations for Purchasing, Sourcing, and Project Management to Meet Challenges of Evolving Rail Industry

Read: Bellco Credit Union Speeds Budget Development by 30 Percent—Gains Insight into Specific Branch and Financial Product Profitability

Read: QDQ media Speeds Up Financial Reporting by 24x, Gains Business Agility, and Integrates Seamlessly into Corporate Accounting System

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Oracle Business Intelligence Applications Deliver Greater Insight into Talent and Procurement

The expanded capabilities of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications help organizations improve procure-to-pay processes and talent management.

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Business Analytics Customer Value Index Program

How does your organization measure up in business analytics and enterprise performance management? Would you benefit from understanding the successes and failures of others who are implementing EPM and business analytics technologies?

Oracle has launched an updated and expanded program to gather this information, the Business Analytics Customer Value Index (CVI) program. By becoming a member of the CVI program and participating in a minimum of four surveys of your choice (the more you fill out the more results you get), you get first access to the results—plus leading practices, benchmarks, and helpful answers to important questions. There is no cost to become a member.

To become a member, please visit the survey site. All surveys are online, as is registration.

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Oracle Business Analytics on Oracle.com

Check out the newly refreshed Oracle Business Intelligence Applications pages on oracle.com. View information by role | by product | by industry.

Watch: Percussion—Part I

Legendary percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie meets Paul Sonderegger, Oracle senior principal, business intelligence market development, business analytics, to capture the essence of the data produced by your daily activities.

Watch: Percussion—Breathing Life into Your Data

Hear Paul Sonderegger, Oracle senior principal, business intelligence market development, business analytics, discuss the datafication of everything.

Watch: Percussion—Everything is NOT Connected

What happens when you discover more data? Hear Paul Sonderegger, Oracle senior principal, business intelligence market development, business analytics, discuss the vast connections he has seen in his career, and what the resultant challenges are.

Watch: Percussion—Build a House for Your Data

In this short 80 second video Paul Sonderegger, Oracle senior principal, business intelligence market development, business analytics, uses a cups analogy to explain the power of combining data warehouses and data reservoirs.

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Make Sense of Your Data with KPMG and Oracle

Do you have more data than you know what to do with? KPMG, a leading implementer of Oracle Business Intelligence solutions, can help you transform business information into actionable intelligence. We have a successful track record of building intelligent enterprises that capitalize on valuable data to support critical business decision-making.

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Business Analytics Advisor Webcasts—Current Schedule and Archives

Available Patch Sets and Patch Set Updates for Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management Products

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