Oracle Analytics is a complete platform with ready-to-use services for a wide variety of workloads and data. Offering valuable, actionable insights from all types of data—in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid deployment—Oracle Analytics empowers business users, data engineers, and data scientists to access and process relevant data, evaluate predictions, and make quick, accurate decisions.
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Access ready-to-use services across the business analytics workflow for connecting, preparing, modeling, exploring, sharing, and consuming insights from all data.
Use the latest data analytics technologies, such as AI, machine learning, and natural language processing. Oracle Analytics has been recognized by industry experts for its innovations and robust architecture.
Discover the signals in data and make complex analyses engaging, meaningful, and easy to understand. A code-free drag-and-drop interface enables everyone to build interactive data visualizations without specialized skills.
Ask business questions through a simple search-like experience—using text or voice—to obtain spoken narratives of the results, in addition to traditional visualizations and dashboards.
Any user can now see simple explanations of the factors that influenced a machine learning model to predict a certain outcome. In addition, they can interact with a model, adjusting factors to fine-tune the results. For example, of all the factors that influence employees to leave, users can quickly see which were the most determinant and why.
With Graph Analytics it is easy to understand how people and transactions are connected or the shortest distance between two hubs in a network. This has powerful applications in various domains, from marketing and social media to security and compliance. For example, pathfinding lets a user find the shortest path between two points or measure the importance of website pages.
Easily add maps to dashboards to identify otherwise hard-to-see insights from your information. Layer disparate maps to visualize correlations between unconnected spatial data sets.
Oracle provides a portfolio of open analytic solutions for Oracle Cloud Applications (ERP, HCM, SCM, CX). Unify analytics across business functions and extend the underlying prebuilt data models and visualization cards and decks with additional data sources.
In the Augmented BI (Business Intelligence) Platforms, Q3 2021 report, Oracle was ranked among the top two platforms in the current offering category and received the highest possible score in 8 out of 13 criteria.
Oracle was named a Visionary for ability to execute and completeness of vision in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms (2022).
Customers achieve a wide range of benefits from their investment in Oracle Analytics. Read the Value Realization Report to learn more about the measurable business outcomes that leading organizations have realized.
James Richardson, Vice President, Product Strategy, Oracle Analytics
Read why IDC considers Oracle Analytics as one of the leading options for BI and analytics in the U.S.