Presentations 2009

Collaborate 2009

Tales from the Front: Strategies for a Successful OBIEE Implementation

Are you starting a new OBIEE project? Or perhaps you’re mired in the muck of an existing project, and things aren’t going well. No matter what your experience with OBIEE has been so far, no matter what industry your company is in, this session will provide you with helpful tips and techniques to guide you toward a successful OBIEE implementation.

Having your Business Intelligence the Way You Want It!

Oracle’s Business Intelligence (OBI EE+) is a platform from which to build your BI delivery the way you want it. This presentation discusses the various ways to provide data access to all users inside and outside the organization. Using the open service based architecture users can now access the OBI EE data in JDeveloper to produce custom applications and Apple iPhone users can view reports and receive alerts no matter where they are.

Building Cubes and Analyzing Data Using Oracle OLAP 11g

Oracle Database 11g OLAP provide several new features that can used to enhance performance of Oracle-based data warehouses. In addition, while providing a complete summary management capability, they can add additional calculation capabilities. Views are automatically created that allow standard SQL to access the original data, as well as any additional measures. By placing the calculations in the database, all of your business rules and measures can be securely stored in the database. All of this content can be accessed with any application, including Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, Oracle Application Express, Oracle Discoverer, BI Publisher, Oracle SQL Developer, as well as non-Oracle tools.

Oracle Essbase and Oracle OLAP: A Guide to Oracle’s Multidimensional Solution

The term online analytic processing (OLAP) describes a category of business intelligence (BI) software that supports activities ranging from self-service reporting and analysis, to comprehensive planning and budgeting systems. The OLAP category is not monolithic; there are many different types of OLAP products, each of which seek to provide solutions to certain problems and to service certain user communities.

ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2009

Tales from the Front: Strategies for a Successful OBIEE Implementation

Are you starting a new OBIEE project? Or perhaps you’re mired in the muck of an existing project, and things aren’t going well. No matter what your experience with OBIEE has been so far, no matter what industry your company is in, this session will provide you with helpful tips and techniques to guide you toward a successful OBIEE implementation.

Having your Business Intelligence the Way You Want It!

Oracle’s Business Intelligence (OBI EE+) is a platform from which to build your BI delivery the way you want it. This presentation discusses the various ways to provide data access to all users inside and outside the organization. Using the open service based architecture users can now access the OBI EE data in JDeveloper to produce custom applications and Apple iPhone users can view reports and receive alerts no matter where they are.

Oracle Open World 2009

Lies, Damn Lies, and Visualizing BI Data

Are you involved in generating reports for your business, but want to know which formats are best to use in which situations? Would you like a simple way of understanding when to use pie charts, bar charts, line charts and bubble charts? Want to know when data is presented objectively and when it’s not?

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