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Are You Keeping Up with New Data Integration Requirements?

Today’s organizations are becoming increasingly data-driven. Recent marketplace intelligence reveals that the bottom-line impact of data-driven decision-making is no longer speculative. In fact, organizations that have adopted data-driven decision-making are achieving higher productivity.

However, the task of turning large volumes of data into value is not trivial. The effort of attaining accurate insights from large volumes of data gets more complicated as data sources and data types expand, and cloud computing adoption continues at full speed—trends that herald new requirements for data integration.

Oracle has released a new white paper, “Five New Data Integration Requirements and How to Meet them with Oracle Data Integration,” that examines the new requirements for data integration and details how Oracle’s product strategy is positioned to meet evolving needs.

Why Oracle for Data Integration
To differentiate and improve their services or products, organizations need to process all relevant data quickly to gain accurate and actionable information that they can incorporate into operational decision-making. With trusted and timely information, they can influence operations to create better results for the business, such as cost savings via operational efficiencies or higher revenue via improved customer experience. If you factor in the demand for nearly 24/7 access to information to support online transactions and global businesses, data integration requirements have evolved significantly.

Organizations now need pervasive and continuous access to trusted information. This means data integration solutions should be able to move and transform any data from any source, stored on premises or in the cloud—with maximum performance to deliver 24/7 access to timely and reliable information.

Oracle’s data integration product strategy meets these growing needs with a complete product offering that delivers

  • Pervasive access to any data of any source, on premises or in the cloud
  • Continuous access to information with maximum availability and performance
  • Improved data accuracy with timely data analysis and high data quality

Oracle executes on this strategy with a portfolio of integrated data integration products including Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle GoldenGate, Oracle Enterprise Data Quality, and Oracle Data Service Integrator.

Read more about recent data trends, related data integration requirements, and how Oracle’s data integration products are designed to address this evolving area in the new white paper, “Five New Data Integration Requirements and How to Meet them with Oracle Data Integration”.

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