Leveraging Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle GoldenGate, and new setup and configuration utilities, the applications can be implemented faster, with reduced costs and improved real-time reporting, Oracle stated.
Enhancements include new visualisations, an updated user interface and data access updates.
“The latest enhancements and additions to Oracle BI Applications help organisations implement rich analytics more surely and quickly, and provide business users across the enterprise the insights they need to analyze and transform business processes,” said Paul Rodwick, vice president of product management, Oracle.
Two new in-memory analytic applications for indirect spend planning and student information analysis have also been announced.
Oracle Indirect Spend Planning is “the industry’s first” in-memory planning application for spend analysis and forecasting.
Oracle Student Information Analytics provides academic institutions with reporting and analytic capabilities aimed at increasing faculty, staff and student productivity.