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Oracle Is #1 in Business Analytics

Leading industry analyst firm IDC has named Oracle the leader in the business analytics software market, based on 2011 software revenue.

IDC's report, Worldwide Business Analytics Software 2012-2016 Forecast and 2011 Vendor Shares, finds that that
  • Oracle is #1 in IDC's worldwide business analytics software market report for 2011, with 19.2 percent market share based on total software revenue*
  • With 17.8 percent growth from 2010 to 2011, Oracle exceeded the industry average (14.1 percent)
  • In addition to its position as market leader in business analytics software, Oracle holds the largest market share (41.3 percent) in data warehouse management software market for 2011
IDC defines the business analytics software market as the combination of data warehouse platform software with business intelligence, performance management, analytic applications, and analytic tools.

About Oracle Business Analytics
Oracle Business Analytics solutions help organizations of all sizes thrive by enabling them to discover new ways to strategize, plan, optimize business operations, and capture new market opportunities.

The report from IDC comes in the wake of Oracle's recent unveiling of its overall strategy for business analytics, offered to address exploding volumes of data both inside and outside organizational firewalls.

Specifically, Oracle is enabling organizations to
  • Deliver real-time intelligence to a global, mobile workforce
  • Perform forecasting and planning at the speed of business
  • Accelerate financial close and reporting processes
Learn more about Oracle Business Analytics.

* Source: IDC, "Worldwide Business Analytics Software 2012-2016 Forecast and 2011 Vendor Shares," by Dan Vesset, Brian McDonough, Mary Wardley and David Schubmehl, June 2012, IDC #235494.

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