Oracle’s latest business intelligence (BI) software upgrade adds prebuilt integration with Oracle’s own TimesTen in-memory database, its OLAP platform and competing products from Microsoft and SAP. In this tip guide, readers will learn the latest on Oracle’s BI update and how it compares with other vendor solutions.
This white-paper provides an overview of Oracle Database 11g's capabilities for data warehousing, and discuses its key features and technologies. Discover how to integrate information, perform fast queries, scale to very large data volumes, and more.
The IBM Smart Analytics System helps accelerate the delivery of insights for faster, smarter action; helps lower the cost of deriving more value from enterprise information; and features a modular architecture that enables organizations to easily add capacity and adapt to changing business needs. Check out this paper now to learn more.
SAP in-memory computing is putting the "r" back in "real-time" computing by bringing together online transaction processing (OLTP) applications and online analytical processing (OLAP) applications at a lower total cost. Get an in-depth look at how this technology will impact business.
Through the years, accounting standards have changed and older processes need to be refined with the new complexities. This paper discovers how to maintain a master annual report without the risk of inaccuracies with data consolidation.
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This white paper provides an overview of Oracle's capabilities for data warehousing, and discusses the key features and technologies by which Oracle-based business intelligence and data warehouse systems easily integrate information, perform fast queries, scale to very large data volumes and analyze any data.
This paper looks at the historical development of BI applications and BI technology, and concludes that five common Styles of BI have evolved during the past decade - each style representing a certain characteristic usage.