The BI market offers a dizzying array of technology options. From collecting organizational requirements, writing RFPs, conducting evaluations and running proof of concept projects, there is a lot involved in BI purchases. Read on to get straightforward advice from industry analysts and expert practitioners.
With all the excitement around new gadgets in the upcoming release of SQL Server, code-named Denali, it’s easy to forget how much Microsoft played up features in its current version. SQL Server Insider did some digging around in SQL Server 2008 R2 and found some hits, some misses and a whole lot of plans for the near future.
Learn how to not only meet your compliance challenges, but improve security and operational efficiency. In this business brief by Quest Software, discover how to extend the power of Active Directory and Windows Group policy, and make it easy to achieve and prove compliance.
This concise case study outlines how they chose to leverage a Data warehousing as a Service (DaaS), allowing their pricing analysts to have access to a live analytical database, reports, and a team of experienced consultants who understand their business requirements.
This presentation transcript is an in-depth look at Pentaho's BI 4 Enterprise Edition, a user-driven BI system. Read to learn about the latest features including: interactive reporting, data discovery capabilities, and new user interface.
In this report written by Wayne Eckerson, Director of Research for TechTarget, Wayne proposes that there are four main types of intelligences designed to turn data into information and information into insights and action: business intelligence (BI), analytic intelligence, continuous intelligence and content intelligence. Read on to learn more.
AdminStudio Suite powers an enterprise’s Application Readiness process for migrations to Windows 7, application virtualization and day-to-day application packaging operations. Its automation, integration, and workflow capabilities help companies streamline processes and reduce the time and cost of application migration projects.
View this presentation transcript to learn how Noetix BI provides real-time operational reporting and packaged analytics for Oracle applications. Find out more information about functional coverage available for processes like financials, procurement and order management and fulfillment by reading this resource now.
Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher (BI Publisher), Oracle’s enterprise reporting server that writes, manages, and delivers all types of highly formatted documents, eliminates the need for costly point solutions. Read this paper to find out so much more.
NoetixViews transforms the complexity of the Oracle E-Business Suite database into recognizable business views of data that are used to create operational reports and ad hoc queries. NoetixViews enables faster, easier and more cost-effective access to information stored in the Oracle E-Business Suite data structure. Read this paper to learn more.