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Mark Hurd Unveils Latest Advances in Oracle’s Analytics Strategy

With so much of the world’s enterprise data stored in Oracle Databases, people want to know where Oracle is headed when it comes to data analytics. Now you can hear Oracle President Mark Hurd address Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo about the changing business requirements that are driving advances in Oracle’s business analytics strategy. Register for the Webcast.

Here’s some of what he had to say and a few key announcements.

“Business analytics—getting the right data to the right person at the right time to make the optimal decision—is the most important thing you can get from your data,” said Hurd. “Analytics is in Oracle’s DNA and is a vital part of everything we do—database, middleware, applications, and engineered systems. We offer the market’s only complete, integrated business analytics solutions that enable customers to analyze and leverage information intelligence at the speed of thought.”

Hurd announced a number of new business analytics innovations designed to help customers keep pace. Oracle engineered systems figure prominently in its analytics strategy. Fully integrated machines such as Oracle Exalytics In-Memory MachineOracle Exadata Database Machine, and Oracle Big Data Appliance help customers extend their business analytic capabilities with unprecedented performance while accelerating deployment cycles, lowering costs, and reducing risk.

“Oracle’s continuous stream of technology innovation across engineered systems, in-memory analytics, enterprise discovery, prebuilt analytic and performance management applications, advanced analytics, and big data ensures that our customers can leverage existing IT investments and gain increased business advantage by rapidly gaining greater levels of analytical insight,” said Balaji Yelamanchili, senior vice president, Analytics and Performance Management Products, Oracle.

Register to watch the complete Webcast.

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