An Overview of Oracle Business Intelligence Apps.
Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, are built on the Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus platform (OBIEE).
Oracle Business Intelligence Applications support eleven different functional areas.
Oracle Financial Analytics - with dashboards that track key performance indicators (KPI), managers can see how staffing costs and supplier performance correlate with increased revenue and customer satisfaction. Also offers GL, Product or Customer Profitability, actual performance versus budget, Payables and Receivables. Dashboards and alerts allow financial and business managers to monitor financial performance in real time.
Oracle Procurement and Speed Analytics - optimizes an organization's supply-side performance, give a complete view of the procure-to-pay process.
Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics - order-to-cash process and supply chain, enables to predict product fulfillment needs before an order has been booked, identify potential order backlog issues, and stay on top of critical accounts receivable.
Oracle Project Analytics - provides hundreds of out-of-the-box, standards-based KPIs and reports for project profitability analysis, funding and budgets, cost, revenue, and billing. Also delivers project-based analysis of accounts receivable and accounts payable, invoice-aging analysis, or status of procurement transactions by project.
Oracle Human Resource Analytics - helps organizations manage their talent and analyze workforce performance by integrating critical data from HR, financial and other enterprise systems.
Oracle Sales Analytics - provides the entire sales process.
Oracle Price Analytics - allows organizations to analyze and understand important information on product velocity, the impact of discounting, price promotion effectiveness, and product profitability across channels.
Oracle Marketing Analytics - retain the most valuable customers, generate demand at the lowest costs, and reduce wasted spend.
Oracle Loyalty Analytics - loyalty programs can be optimized to drive member behavior, build value, and reduce costs.
Oracle Service Analytics - including service request aging, service request resolution, and service activities per employee, and take the appropriate action to maintain or improve performance.
Oracle Call Center Telephony Analytics
Data：reside in multiple places. Oracle Business Intelligence Applications offer prebuilt integration to the Oracle family of transactional applications, also provide universal adapters to ETL data from non-Oracle or legacy applications.
Data from Oracle transactional applications: EBS, PSFT, Siebel CRM, JD Edwards.
Data from Non-Oracle or legacy applications: QAD, SAP; Interactive voice response (IVR), computer telephony integration (CTI) data, Web logs and flat files.
Dashboards and Metrics - deliver powerful financial metrics directly to executives, managers, and analysts in the form of easy-to-read charts, graphs, and tables.
Alerts - If margins dip below a threshold amount or if customer churn levels spike, alerts will notify the decision-makers and suggest corrective action.
Reports - Within reports, information such as cost or revenue can be segmented by product, geography, region, or customer so strategies can be fine-tuned.