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Oracle Named a Leader in Enterprise Business Intelligence Platforms

According to an October 2010 report from independent analyst firm Forrester Research, Inc., Oracle is a leader in enterprise business intelligence (BI) platforms.

Forrester Research defines BI as a set of methodologies, processes, architectures, and technologies that transform raw data into meaningful and useful information, which can then be used to enable more effective strategic, tactical, and operational insights and decision-making.

Written by Forrester vice president and principal analyst Boris Evelson, The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Business Intelligence Platforms, Q4 2010 states that “Oracle has built new metadata-level [Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g] integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Fusion Applications and continues to differentiate with its versatile ROLAP engine.”

The report goes on, “And in addition to closing some gaps it had in 10.x versions such as lack of RIA functionality, [the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g] actually leapfrogs the competition with the Common Enterprise Information Model (CEIM)—including the ability to define actions and execute processes right from BI metadata across BI and ERP applications.”

“We’re pleased that the Forrester Wave recognizes Oracle Business Intelligence as a leading enterprise BI platform,” said Paul Rodwick, vice president of product management, Oracle Business Intelligence.


Key Innovations in Oracle Business Intelligence 11g

Released in August 2010, Oracle Business Intelligence 11g represents the industry’s most complete, integrated, and scalable suite of BI products.

Encompassing thousands of new features and enhancements, the latest release offers three key areas of innovations.

* A unified environment. The industry’s first unified environment for accessing and analyzing data across relational, OLAP, and XML data sources.

* Enhanced usability. A new, integrated scorecard application, plus innovations in reporting, visualization, search, and collaboration.

* Enhanced performance, scalability, and security. Deeper integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g and other components of Oracle Fusion Middleware provide lower management costs and increased performance, scalability, and security.


Source: Oracle Website