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US-Analytics Welcomes Al Moreno as Delivery Manager of Oracle DRM Solutions


US-Analytics is pleased to announce that Al Moreno has joined our firm's Dallas office as Delivery Manager overseeing the implementation of Data Governance and Master Data Management solutions

“To meet our growing customer demand for EPM system integrations, we’re expanding our delivery team with the best DRM and DRG experts in the country,” says Wayne Conrad, President of US-Analytics. “Al Moreno is an essential part of our efforts, having been involved in more than 50 DRM implementations across the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia Pacific.”

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COLLABORATE 15: Case Study – Maximize BI User Adoption as Part of Successful Project Management

 

We hope to see you at COLLABORATE 15, the one event that delivers the full spectrum of Oracle applications and technology education that you need to boost results all year long. Produced by three independent user groups, the COLLABORATE 15 Technology and  Applications Forum delivers over 1,000 sessions and panels  packed with first-hand experiences, case studies, and practical how-to content. Check out our session here:
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5 Reasons to Upgrade to Hyperion 11.1.2.2

 

Upgrading your Oracle EPM system can be a headache without the right preparation and guidance – we’re not denying any part of that. There are multitudes of moving parts that influence your decision, but chief among them should be the benefits.

Oracle Hyperion release 11.1.2.2 is the latest and greatest, after Oracle’s first major release (11.1.2) following the 2007 Hyperion acquisition. This has given Oracle ample time to re-engineer and improve virtually every feature product line.

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Survey: ‘Big data’ could cut $380 billion from federal budget

Posted by David Kebo   |   All,   |   Oracle Business Intelligence,   |   Business Intelligence,   |   Master Data Management (MDM),   |   Big Data,   |   OBIEE


A recent survey found that a high percentage of federal and state government IT officials polled believe that real-time “big data" analytics could help governments save money and lives.

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Government Technology: Can Big Data save lives?

Posted by David Kebo   |   All,   |   Oracle Business Intelligence,   |   Business Intelligence,   |   Master Data Management (MDM),   |   Big Data,   |   OBIEE


Three quarters of state technology leaders and 87 percent of their federal counterparts feel that big data will dramatically impact government operations.

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Nate Silver on big data's future: It's about attitude

Posted by David Kebo   |   All,   |   Oracle Business Intelligence,   |   Business Intelligence,   |   Master Data Management (MDM),   |   Big Data,   |   OBIEE


When statistician and predictive analytics expert Nate Silver speaks, people pay attention.

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The promise and peril of the 'Data-Driven Society'


According to Steve Lohr's recent article in The New York Times, up to now, the focus on the power and implications of Big Data technology has been involved social media, business decision-making and online privacy. Those are big subjects in their own right. So it’s not surprising that the notion of a data-driven society has not been much considered.

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Government IT: SEC chairman lays out big data technology initiatives


Greg Slobodkin writes in his Fierce GovernmentIT article that Understaffed and outspent, the Securities and Exchange Commission is making an "unprecedented" investment in technology to protect investors and keep up with the fast pace and complexity of financial markets, says SEC Chairman Elisse Walter.

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The hype of big data vs. the reality of analytics


According to Forbes, it’s impossible to browse a news site or attend an industry event without seeing or hearing the phrase “big data” tossed around as the next big thing for business – much like Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) was only a few years ago. Companies across the globe are acknowledging the fact that there is a surplus of data being collected with the potential to provide invaluable business insight. The volume of data is so large it’s measured in zettabytes, and 96 percent of that data isn’t easy to get to because it is behind a firewall, locked inside digital corporate vaults.

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InfoWorld: Why You Should Jump Into Big Data

At a low cost of entry, the emerging technologies that define the big data trend are already delivering value, so first consider the problems you need to solve -- then dive in.

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