Special Report: Smart Integration
To get the most out of your data, you need solutions that work together. Integration between applications lowers costs and complexity and makes it easier to track projects, manage supply chains and deliver a single source of truth. “We have gone out of our way to make sure that all our middleware products are deeply integrated at all levels, with a single, unified design-time environment; a single, unified runtime environment; and a single, unified management and security environment for all the products within the Oracle Fusion Middleware family,” says Alex Andrianopoulos, vice president of Oracle Fusion Middleware product marketing. In this special report, read about how companies are thriving with integrated solutions from Oracle, and find out more about exciting new releases, such as Oracle Application Integration Architecture Release 3.1
EPM Sets Sail
Andrew Bond and his team at Bath Iron Works use Oracle Hyperion Planning, a centralized budgeting, forecasting, and planning solution that integrates financial and operational planning processes, along with Oracle Essbase, a multidimensional database. Using simple Web forms and a direct interface to Microsoft Excel, Oracle’s EPM software lets them examine business operations and their impact on financials through tightly integrated financial and operational planning models.
Oracle Data Integration Resource Kit
Oracle continues to demonstrate its leadership in data integration, now with the release of its latest data integration products: Oracle Data Integrator 11g, Oracle GoldenGate 11g, and Oracle Data Quality and Data Profiling 11g. With these products, Oracle provides customers with the most open and complete solutions for ensuring that critical business data is timely, continuously available, and actionable. Register to learn more about Oracle's newest data integration offerings.
Data Integration: Why Oracle Delivers More Value Than IBM
When it comes to data integration, customers are looking for an easy-to-use solution that simplifies enterprise data architecture while providing exceptional value—not one that adds complexity and piles on costs. This is the biggest challenge today for customers who are using IBM InfoSphere products such as DataStage or Change Data Capture. Oracle, on the other hand, consistently delivers higher-level value with its data integration products, such as Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate.
Oracle Announces Oracle Application Integration Architecture Release 3.1
With AIA Release 3.1, Oracle continues to deliver on its promise of providing a predefined architecture that helps reduce complexity, accelerating delivery of enterprise-class integration solutions, and offering pre-built integrations across all major Oracle applications, including support for newer versions of these applications.
Webcast: Tackling the Challenges of Application Integration
A successful integration project can make your business more efficient, competitive, and profitable--but at what cost? Oracle provides a comprehensive set of integration technologies – that allow you to quickly and cost-effectively connect all your applications, whether they are from Oracle or homegrown.
Real-Time Supply Chain: Four ways to keep pace with complexity in the marketplace
Most companies separate planning from supply chain execution—but tighter alignment is necessary as timescales compress. Sales and operations planning (S&OP) is the primary integration point between planning and execution. As such, S&OP is in a perfect position to align the objectives of finance, sales, marketing, and operations departments. Most companies lack the tools to support S&OP, but deploying optimization tools and increasing the frequency of S&OP activity can improve performance.