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Vlamis Rolls Out New Online Oracle Analytics Resources

Vlamis Software Solutions is not your typical analytics consulting firm. We are industry changemakers, built from the ground up to support you on your Oracle Analytics journey. We meticulously apply over three decades of experience

Enterprise Data Visualization Class Less Than a Month Away

In less than one month, Dan and I will be teaching Enterprise Data Visualization: Executive Dashboards and Managerial Displays for O’Reilly Live Online Training (Wednesday, September 30 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Central). The

Getting Started with Oracle Analytics – 2020 Edition

Have you ever wondered how to get started with Oracle Analytics? I have addressed this topic in the past, but in the fast-paced world of technology, last year’s information is soon outdated. Many resources on

A Primer on Security and Access in Oracle Analytics 

If you read the Oracle documentation on Oracle Analytics with the intent of coming away with a basic understanding of how to plan and execute security, you might find yourself feeling lost. While the documentation

Small Is Beautiful

In the construction world, bigger is often better. For large construction projects you need large-scale machinery and spend much of your time developing a blueprint for the building that must stand with no changes to

How to Keep Your Analytics Project On Time and On Budget

Analytics projects are notoriously complex. They bring together a team of professionals in various roles with different strengths and weaknesses. That team must satisfy the competing expectations of diverse stakeholders and users and deliver a

Why Data Visualization Is Vital to Enterprise Success

Using visual imagery, or visualizations, is an effective way to communicate ideas, whether abstract or concrete. The presentation of data in visual form, typically through graphs, maps, charts, and small tables is often collectively referred

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