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OracleAnalytics for Fusion ERP leverages the broader Oracle Analytics Cloud platform

OracleAnalytics for Fusion ERP leverages the broader Oracle Analytics Cloud platform

The first Oracle Analytics for Applications service is here. The ERP analytics offering will eventually be joined by counterparts for human capital management, customer experience, and supply chain management.Fusion ERP- Oracle, at its OpenWorld conference is announcing the availability of Oracle Analytics.

This Enterprise Resource Planning-oriented product, integrated with Oracle ERP Cloud, is the first service to be delivered under the Oracle Analytics for Applications umbrella. That suite, along with Oracle Analytics Cloud, will together constitute the new unified Oracle Analytics offering that seeks to consolidate more than 18 Oracle BI and analytics products under that single brand and will begin its service in Asia pacific by January 2020.

Oracle Analytics for Fusion ERP consists of a predefined data model running on Oracle’s Autonomous Data Warehouse; predefined Key Performance Indicators (KPIs); and an Oracle-managed data pipeline that loads the customer’s Oracle ERP Cloud data into those predefined assets.

This way, self-service analytics users get everything they need, out-of-the-box, but since it all runs on the same platform that services broad-based analytics workloads, the analytics can be customized, extended, and enriched with data from external sources.The Oracle Analytics initiative is part of a revamp of the company’s analytics strategy and technology stack, and one aligned with the entire industry’s shift to the cloud.


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