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“When we made the decision to acquire the Oracle BI Applications we knew that we needed an integration partner. We have worked with BICG for many years with OBIEE. They have been on site, and we have worked with them remotely. They have been extremely helpful over the years. We looked to them to be partners with us on the deployment of the Oracle Bi Applications. They provide training, consulting, direction, guidance, and knowledge transfer. BICG provided everything that we needed to be successful..”

Tina Suttle – Diebold
Manager of Business Information systems includes Business Intelligence and Websolutions

“We implemented off the shelf service analytics proponent. We were very pleased with BICG’s performance. They really came through for us. We couldn’t have done it without them. Folks they had on the project came through not only in terms of helping deliver, but also helping our technical teams come up to speed on the technology. BICG has helped us to become self sufficient.”

George Woods - Motorola
Software Development Manager for Oracle Apps and Siebell applications

Tuesday
Sep232008

Best Practices for Implementing Oracle Business Intelligence

Amy Mayer, President of BI Consulting Group, was invited by Oracle to present at Oracle OpenWorld 2008 in a panel format along side Jim Vick, Joseph Guerra, and Joe Thomas (Oracle). The main topic of discussion is best practices for implementation of Oracle BI.

Presentation Slides:
Best Practices for Addressing Common Pain Points in a Oracle BI Implementation


Part 1 of 10 : Overview of Best Practices
Mayer provides an introduction to her presentation on Best Practices for addressing 4 specific pain points in implementing Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition.

 

Part 2 of 10 : Best Practice #1 - Performance
Mayer provides a brief look at how to maximize performance.

 

Part 3 of 10 : Best Practice #2 - Security
Mayer looks at a few key best practices when implementing security.

 

Part 4 of 10 : Best Practice #3 - Over Implementation
Mayer identifies common ways projects get lost in over implementation and discusses the best approach for incremental implementation.

 

Part 5 of 10 : Best Practice #4 - User Adoption & Training
Mayer touches on some high-level points to ensure you maximize user adoption of your OBIEE implementation.

 

Part 6 of 10 : Panel Question : How do I get started in the Business Intelligence Space?
Guerra, Mayer, and Vick respond to a question from an attendee.

 

Part 7 of 10 : Panel Question : What has been a successful training methodology?
Mayer and Vick respond to a question from an attendee.

 

Part 8 of 10 : Panel Question : What specific advice can you provide about implementing the “out of the box” Oracle BI Analytic Applications?
Vick and Thomas respond to a question from an attendee.

 

Part 9 of 10 : Panel Question : What are some of the advantages of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) in comparison to other industry BI tools?
Guerra, Mayer, and Thomas respond to a question from an attendee.

 

Part 10 of 10 : Panel Question : Although an implementation can be phased, should the entire design be defined all at once?
Mayer and Vick respond to a question from an attendee.

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