Oracle Business Intelligence (IBM) offers a completely cloud-based business intelligence platform that enables users to create, share, and analyze business intelligence reports from any device, anywhere.
The oracle cloud business intelligence suite supports hundreds of applications and data sources including Oracle, SAP, Salesforce, Siebel, and Crystal reports, as well as over 350 external and internal business intelligence sources.
The other thing that makes Oracle Business Intelligence so great is the amount of control it offers businesses. Because the company is owned by Oracle, the only thing that Oracle can do with their data is provide it to others. Which is why oracle allows you to keep your data in one place and use it to power applications that anyone can do.
In general, business intelligence (BI) solutions are nothing more than a way for companies to save money by focusing on their core business and not worrying about all the different ways that they can use technology. But you can always benefit from using a BI solution. They can give you the best possible tools for your business, and as we’ve already seen, have a lot of great analytics that can help you run your business better.
Companies that depend on data to optimize, make decisions, and run with their head in the sand are going to struggle. But the more expensive enterprise solutions can also have great analytics, with some of the best possible tools for managing data. In fact, the most popular enterprise BI solution of all, Microsoft SharePoint, is often touted for its ease of use.
The data warehousing and business intelligence tools Microsoft has put on the market are all pretty good, with the exception of the two I mentioned above, Cognos Business Insight and Oracle Business Intelligence Suite. Those tools give you the best of Microsoft SharePoint and Oracle Business Intelligence, but can also handle a lot of your data.
I’ve been a fan of Oracle Business Intelligence for a while now, but for whatever reason, Oracle Business Intelligence is the only tool that feels like it has everything that I need in it. Oracle Business Intelligence has a lot of things that are “just so” (i.e., it doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles), but in the end it does a great job of storing and analyzing data.
Now that Oracle has released its own version of the Oracle Business Intelligence Suite, I will be using it for my next project. I am going to start with the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. This is the most powerful and feature rich of the entire suite. It has everything that you need for an enterprise solution. But I am going to be using one of the best features of the suite: Oracle Data Mining.
I’ll be using it for data mining, and I have to warn you right now that this is not a free feature. It’s included in the standard edition of the suite, but it’s just not a free feature. You have to pay for it, and it is a bit expensive.
It is not the only feature that is being included in this version, and it is not the only one being purchased. Oracle Data Mining is a business intelligence suite in its own right. Its goal is to be the go to business intelligence software for your business. It has some free features in the standard edition as well, but they are fairly minor compared to the rest of the suite.