Friday, May 13, 2011

Webcast: Oracle BI Applications and OBIEE – New Developments - May 18, 2011, noon EST

Please join us for a BIWA SIG Webcast on May 18, noon EST
Here is the url to register https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/821849265
You can dial in to listen or use web audio
Recording posted here
Abstract:
Are you able to unlock all the information that your users are looking for, from the ERP and other operational systems? This session will look at the Oracle Business Intelligence solutions with focus on OBIEE and Oracle BI Applications. We will cover the different scenarios for BI solutions and discuss custom development using OBIEE v/s using pre-packaged BI Applications as the framework. We will cover new developments such as Oracle BI Apps 7.9.6.3 and its certification with OBIEE 11g. Learn what is new in OBIEE 11.1.1.5 and how that impacts BI Application implementations. Taking a few case studies, we will look at feasible options whether you are on OBIEE 10 g or on OBIEE 11g to plan to migrate. Learn the tips and tricks from the field. Learn how mobile BI (support for iPhone and iPad from OBIEE) is adding new meaning to pervasive BI.


Shyam V. Nath, OBIEE Architect at IBM, will cover the different scenarios for BI solutions and discuss custom development using OBIEE v/s using pre-packaged BI Applications as the framework. Drawing on his deep expertise in the industry, he will also cover new developments like Oracle BI Apps 7.9.6.3 and its certification with OBIEE 11g. Learn tips and tricks from the field, and how mobile BI (support for iPhone and iPad from OBIEE) is adding new meaning to pervasive BI.


Thanks
http://OracleBIWA.org

1 comment:

Cijo said...

The B.I. Guy discusses a revolutionary new way to deliver business intelligence. It is an extremly powerful B.I. system providing very powerful ad-hoc queries and drill down. But the B.I. templates are designed in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint so template design is a lot faster and easier - and non-programmers can design reports.

Under 10 minutes from start to a moderately complex template designed and the user can perform their queries and drill into their data. No hiring an army of consultants first, no need to spend weeks learning the system.


http://www.the-business-intelligence-guy.com/2011/05/the-future-of-bi-raw-uncut.html