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Oracle OpenWorld: Better Business Outcomes with Business Analytics

At this year's Oracle OpenWorld, conference organizers are expecting record turnout to sessions devoted to Oracle Business Analytics solutions, including Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Enterprise Performance Management, and Oracle Data Warehousing products. Interest is expected to be especially strong for hot topics such as big data analysis, mobile BI, and Oracle engineered systems.

The conference, which takes place in San Francisco September 30 to October 4, features more than 150 sessions devoted to Oracle Business analytics, including product roadmaps, best practices, and deployment strategies.

In addition to individual sessions, there are 22 demo pods as well as hands-on labs where attendees can experience the latest product releases. Attendees can get the scoop on the newest additions to the product portfolio, including Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, Oracle Hyperion Project Financial Planning, the Account Reconciliations Manager feature within Oracle Hyperion Financial Close Management, and Oracle Endeca Information Discovery.

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Top Sessions
Conference organizers strongly recommended that attendees consider these key Oracle Business Analytics general sessions. "They provide a great way to create your own roadmap for all things related to business analytics at Oracle OpenWorld 2012," says Folia Grace, vice president, Oracle Business Analytics product marketing.

General sessions include
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Executive Briefing
    Monday, October 1, 10:45 a.m. (session ID# GEN9755)
  • Executive Briefing on Oracle's Enterprise Performance Management Strategy and Roadmap
    Monday, October 1, 12:15 p.m. (session ID# GEN9568)
Other key sessions recommended by organizers include
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Product and Technology Roadmap
    Monday, October 1, 10:45 a.m. (session ID# CON8833)
    Designed for anyone responsible for managing, deploying, or using Oracle Business Intelligence products, this session delves into Oracle's overall BI product strategy as well as what's on the horizon in upcoming product releases.
  • Oracle Hyperion Applications: Strategy and Roadmap
    Monday, October 1, 1:45 p.m. (session ID# CON9358)
    This session explores the application functionality delivery roadmap for Oracle Hyperion enterprise performance management (EPM) applications, covering all areas of EPM functionality, including planning and budgeting, profitability management, financial consolidation, financial close, external/statutory and internal/management reporting, strategy management, enterprise dimension management, and data quality assurance.
  • Oracle Exalytics Best Practices—Getting the Most Out Of Your Oracle Exalytics Deployment
    Wednesday, October 3, 11:45 a.m. (session ID# CON9528)
    This session is a must if you have purchased or are considering purchasing Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine. Learn from experienced practitioners how to shorten time-to-value and get the most value out of your deployment.
Read more about Oracle Business Analytics sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012.

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