New innovations accelerate insights, improve predictions, and enhance integrations with Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications, Oracle Autonomous Database, and MySQL HeatWaveOracle CloudWorld, Las Vegas—October 18, 2022
To help customers make faster, better decisions, Oracle today announced a series of new product innovations across its comprehensive portfolio of data and analytics solutions. With the new capabilities in Oracle Fusion Analytics across CX, ERP, HCM, and SCM analytics, decision-makers now have a prebuilt library of more than 2,000 best-practice KPIs, dashboards, and reports to monitor performance against strategic goals. The latest innovations in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) are designed to improve the productivity of business users by minimizing their reliance on IT, while still benefiting from curated data assets created by IT, such as the centralized semantic model. New advanced composite visualizations make it easier to interpret data, and AI/ML enhancements extend the ML capabilities in Analytics Cloud with other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) cognitive services like AI Vision to enable processing of visual information.
“To help our customers find new paths to increase revenues and efficiencies, we continue to expand our data analytics capabilities,” said T.K. Anand, executive vice president, Oracle Analytics. “We are committed to better decision intelligence and are working closely with our customers to help them scale their ability to analyze massive amounts of data for insights, gain additional context around business decisions, and review the impacts that decisions will have across their organizations.”
“With its latest analytics announcement, Oracle has delivered new capabilities across its Fusion CX, ERP, HCM and SCM business applications that bring greater value to organizations worldwide,” said Holger Mueller, vice president and principal analyst, Constellation Research. “This provides decision-makers with a library of more than 2,000 best practice KPIs, metrics, and dashboards for monitoring performance against strategic goals. Oracle is the only cloud application vendor that offers its analytics portfolio also on-premises, through a centrally managed service for those customers who need to run analytics on-premises, with Oracle Dedicated Region.”
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