New Oracle Page talks to Solutions for Addressing American Recovery Act BI and Other Needs

Posted on 11-May-09. Filed under: BI | Tags: , , , |

At Collaborate, I learned about some interesting new collateral that Oracle has put together around the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that I thought I’d pass on.  Oracle has compiled this at http://www.oracle.com/goto/arra.  I haven’t had the chance to review it all yet, but there is a lengthy white-paper, a recorded Web-Conference and other info anyone can browse.  The solutions illustrate how the OBIEE infrastructure and technology can be leveraged to provide a dashboard such as below and other BI capabilities.  Other tools/solutions to help are also addressed.  While this stuff is certainly not “Out of the Box” and would definitely require a good amount of work (assuming the source data is available to support this kind of analysis), I found it an interesting example of how the OBIEE infrastructure can be leveraged to provide key dashboards and info for this relevant topic to help keep senior executives, Congress and others happy.  Note: this is not part of the Oracle BI Apps Federal Financials offering just announced, so if you’re an E-Business Suite customer thinking this would be a snap to implement, not exactly.  But certainly a lot of E-Business Suite data could be leveraged to support this type of dashboard reporting.

ARRA_OBIEE_demo_page

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