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Transform Your Organization Into An Information-Driven Culture

Transform Your Organization Into An Information-Driven Culture.

The pace of change in business has never been greater. Business Executives are requesting more and more self-service access to information and want it delivered on multiple platforms – laptops, smart phones and tablets to have near real-time access to information.

Today, IT organizations are being challenged to rapidly deliver increasingly more business value and innovation with fewer resources. The need to build a next generation information delivery platform has never been greater.

Join us for this Webcast to learn how Oracle's Data Warehousing and Analytics solutions can transform how your organization accesses information and help you gain better, faster access to data and enable an information-driven culture.

During the webcast we will discuss:
  • Creating an information driven architecture and reduce cost and complexity of your Data Warehouse and Analytics Platform
  • Improving access to information and create a self-service analytics organization
  • Delivering Analytics on Mobile devices
Register today To learn more about Oracle Data Warehousing and Analytic Solutions.

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January 23, 2014

12:00 p.m. ET
Featured Speakers

Rob Klaassens
Oracle Business Analytics
Oracle Corporation

Rob Stackowiak
Vice President Information Architecture
Oracle Corporation

Kshitij Kumar
Global VP and CTO Apps Associates
Hardware and Software Engineered to Work Together apps associates
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