Last month, I spent three days at Oracle Open World attending speeches and discussions, meeting people and viewing the vendor exhibit hall. The messaging was loud and clear. Technology is rapidly changing – The Internet of Things (IoT), Enterprise of
Cloud solutions for business are becoming more popular as companies look to maximize their IT budgets and streamline their business processes. Companies are using cloud solutions for everything from HR applications to data storage. Software As a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure
While the consumer mobile app market continues to grow by leaps and bounds, enterprise mobile apps lag behind their consumer counterparts. VisionMobile projects that these markets will double in size in the next few years, reaching $58 billion by 2016–and
When talking about metrics and dashboards, it’s all a matter of perspective–Who’s going to be looking at the data? Dashboards should be tailored to the audience, and not the data sources or the business units the data is reported to.
The Accounts Payable department used to be awash in paper, drowning in invoices, bills, and agreements. The switch to computerized systems has changed this somewhat, allowing organizations to track everything electronically. However many vendors still insist on sending out paper
Can your organization adapt quickly to dynamic market conditions? Do you have access to the right information about your company that will help you enable its success? If you’re like most executives, you rely on inconsistent data in non-integrated spreadsheets
There’s a new evolution happening right now at Oracle, and I’ll bet you didn’t even know about it. It’s the convergence of Oracle BI and EPM. While you might’ve missed the first two steps in this evolution, we sure didn’t.