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1 Presented withCON7410 : Improve Profitability and Cash Flow with Oracle Financial AnalyticsManuel PuyanaSenior Principal Product ManagerOracle Business Intelligence ApplicationsRahul SoodManager, Software Architecture and DevelopmentRegional Transportation DistrictSrimathi BadriSenior ERP Developer.Oracle Confidential – Internal/Restricted/Highly Restricted
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4 Oracle Business Analytics Strategy OverviewIn The CloudOn-PremiseAnyDataFull Suite of Analytic ToolsPackaged Analytic ApplicationsEngineered Systems
5 BI Applications Offerings On-Premise, Cloud and HybridBI Applications for Apps Unlimitedand Fusion1OTBI for Oracle SaaS Applications2OTBI Enterprise for HCM,CRM and ERP3Oracle Confidential
6 BI Applications Offerings On-Premise, Cloud and HybridBI Applications for Apps Unlimitedand Fusion1OTBI for Oracle SaaS Applications2OTBI Enterprise for HCM,CRM and ERP3Oracle Confidential
7 Oracle BI Applications for Apps Unlimited and Fusion Prebuilt Solutions for EBS, PeopleSoft, Siebel, JD Edwards, Fusion & moreCoverage for all critical functional areas of HCM, CRM and ERPDesigned for On-Premise or on-demand implementationsEasy to adapt and extend with full customizations to specific business needsTight integration with OLTP systemsFast time to value; Low TCO> 4000 customersOracle Confidential
8 Pre-built Topic Coverage Rapid Performance InsightCRM ANALYTICSERP ANALYTICSSALESPipeline AnalysisForecast AccuracyUp-sell/Cross-sellCycle TimesLead ConversionSales Team EffectivenessMARKETINGCampaign EffectivenessCustomer InsightProduct PropensityMarket Basket AnalysisCampaign ROISERVICE & CONTACT CENTERService EffectivenessCustomer SatisfactionResolution RatesService Rep EfficiencyService CostService TrendsFINANCIALSGeneral LedgerAccounts ReceivableAccounts PayableCash FlowProfitabilityExpense ManagementHUMANRESOURCESEmployee ProductivityCompensationTalent ManagementRecruiting AnalysisLearning AnalysisWorkforce ProfilePROJECTSProject Funding and BudgetProduct CostProject RevenueProject BillingProject ProfitabilitySTUDENT INFORMATION ANALYTICSAdmissions and RecruitingStudent RecordsStudent FinancialsMANUFACTURINGPlan to ProduceWork OrdersInventory and WIPQualityResource UsageBill of MaterialCostingKanbanSUPPLY CHAIN & ORDER MGMTRevenue & BacklogInventory AnalysisFulfillment StatusCustomer StatusOrder Cycle TimeBOM AnalysisPROCUREMENT & SPENDDirect & Indirect SpendBuyer ProductivityContract ComplianceSupplier Perf.Purch. Cycle TimeEmployee ExpenseENTERPRISE ASSETMANAGEMENTMaintenance HistoryMaintenance CostingAsset GenealogyBreakdown & PreventiveQualityInventoryPRICEPrice SegmentsPrice Waterfall AnalysisDeal Life CycleDeal Desk AnalysisProduct Pricing PerformanceLOYALTYMember DemographicsMembership TrendsPromotion CostPromotion EffectivenessPoints AnalysisORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE FOUNDATIONAND OTHER OPERATIONAL AND ANALYTIC SOURCESSOURCE ADAPTERS:Oracle Confidential – NDA Bound
9 What’s New in BI Applications 184.108.40.206.1 New Content EnhancementsFinancialsHRProjectsSupply Chain & Order MgmtStudent Information SystemsNew TCO and CertificationsData LineagePerformance and Configuration EnhancementsNew Source AdaptersNew Talent Profile AnalyticsProcurement and Spend for JDEFusion Applications(HR Analytics Module)
10 Financial Analytics What’s New for 220.127.116.11.1 SubLedger Accounting ModuleComplete account balance analysis, including supporting reference balances and drill down to accounting transactionsAging Snapshot restoration for Receivables/Payables during full loadAP to PO Drill Down now enabledFixed Asset Enhancements:GL Posting Status supportGL Linkage to enable GL to subledger drilldown
11 BI Applications Offerings On-Premise, Cloud and HybridBI Applications for Apps Unlimitedand Fusion1OTBI for Oracle SaaS Applications2OTBI Enterprise for HCM,CRM and ERP3Oracle Confidential
12 Oracle Analytics Cloud Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence for Oracle SaaS ApplicationsEmbedded within every Oracle SaaS application – CRM, HCM, Finance, Supply Chain, etc.Real time insight on transactional data and eventsSecure – security roles of Source ApplicationExtensible – understands and conforms to transactional data model extensionsBuilt for LOB Users – Mobile, Packaged KPIs, AlertsOTBI is designed for operational users who want to create their own custom queries, reports, dashboards, charts and graphs to aid daily decision making.Users can access, analyze and evaluate real-time transaction data in Fusion Financials by using a self- service report design tool to build reports. OTBI reduced reliance on IT for the creation and maintenance of reports and provides a fast way to answer critical operational business questions.OTBI is fully integrated with Fusion applications (roles, flex fields, lookups, trees). There is no need for additional implementation steps to map security or provide configuration inputs. OTBI needs minimum setup and is ready for use once Fusion Applications are configured and installed.General Availability Now
13 OTBI - Extensive Reporting Content HCMBenefitsCompensationPayrollWorkforce Talent ReviewWorkforce GoalsWorkforce PerformanceWorkforce ProfilesWorkforce ManagementFinancialsGeneral LedgerSub Ledger AccountingIntercompanyPayableReceivableFixed AssetsCash ManagementCRMIncentive CompensationMarketingMarketing SegmentationPartnersSalesJust as in the case of the BI Applications, OTBI covers all ERP and CRM cloud applications.ProjectsProject BillingProject CostingProject ControlProcurementPurchasingSelf-Service ProcurementSourcingiSupplier PortalSCMInventoryDistributed Order OrchestrationCostingProduct Information ManagementShipping
14 OTBI Reporting Content For Financials – Example Sample Business QuestionsSample MetricsWhat is the total invoice amount that is on hold, by supplier?What is the total amount paid, by disbursement bank account?What invoices were included in this payment?What is the total amount paid, by currency?What payments weren't reconciled yet?What is the total amount paid, by supplier, for a particular period?What are the journal entered and accounted amounts for a given account and period?What unposted journals exist for a given period?What unapproved journals exist for a given period?Subject AreasSample DimensionsCash Management - Bank Statement Line Charges Real TimeCash Management - Bank Statements Real TimeGeneral Ledger - Balances Real TimeGeneral Ledger - Journals Real TimePayables Invoices - Holds Real TimePayables Invoices - Installments Real TimeReceivables - Adjustments Real TimeReceivables - Credit Memo Applications Real TimeSubledger Accounting - Journals Real TimeSubledger Accounting - Payables Summary Recon. Real TimeTimeLedgerBusiness UnitGL AccountBank AccountAsset BookSample MeasuresSample ReportsReceipt amount pending applicationCount of Receipts pending applicationPast due CountApplied prepayments in invoice currencyAsset ageAssets - Remaining life in MonthsDiscounts taken and lost report.Payables credit memo matching reportPayables withholding tax by Tax authority reportCross currency exchange gain and loss reportReceipt forecast reportApplied receipts RegisterOn Account Credit Memo Gain and Loss JournalFor each application, OTBI provides pre-packaged content covering the major processes and transaction attributes, plus pre-built financial reporting metrics. Users can create ad-hoc reports based on this metadata layer, in order to produce tactical reporting on real-time operational data. Report can include powerful features such as drill downs, calculations and charts. Report layouts can be saved to the catalog for re-use and the output can be viewed directly into the Cloud applications or downloaded to Excel.When creating reports the users access real-time transactional data – no need to push data to a separate warehouse or engage the IT department for a custom report: it‟s easy, and rightat your fingertips.Sample reports are also shipped with the product for reference. They are in the following areas:Cash Management (1)General Ledger (3)Intercompany Accounting (1)Payables (12)Receivables (7)Revenue (3)Oracle Confidential – Restricted
15 Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) Fusion Financials Real-time self-service operational reporting and ad-hoc analysisAnalyze transactions across related business processes/ workflowsSeamlessly leverage concepts from Fusion applications: security, flexfields, trees / hierarchiesPre-built business models and view objects for designing content without IT helpPre-packaged content offers a “best practice” library of pre-built metrics and reports
16 Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) Sample Reports For Fusion Financials Oracle Confidential – Restricted
17 BI Applications Offerings On-Premise, Cloud and HybridBI Applications for Apps Unlimitedand Fusion1OTBI for Oracle SaaS Applications2OTBI Enterprise for HCM,CRM and ERP3Oracle Confidential
18 Oracle Analytics Cloud Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence – EnterpriseDeeper SaaS Analytics for Cross Source views – e.g. Sales + Service + Marketing; HCM + FinanceCloud & On-Premise data sources – e.g. Cloud CRM + On- Premise ERPExtensible & Secure – similar to OTBIDeeper Analytics – Predictive Analysis, Data Mining, etcBuilt for Executives & Analysts – Mobile, Packaged KPIs, AlertsOTBI – E provides executives, their peers, and support staff with the cross source, historical, predictive, and comparative analytics in the Oracle Cloud to strategically manage their company.Supports Cloud and On Premise data sources.General Availability Now for HCM
19 OTBI Enterprise for Financials Cloud Planned – Next 12 MonthsOTBI Enterprise for Financials CloudAdvanced and Cross-Source AnalyticsOracle Confidential – Restricted
20 OTBI Enterprise for Financials Metrics specifically tuned for FinancialsCross-source Analytics bridging Projects and Procurement1000+Proven results capitalizing on 1500 implementations worldwideBest-practice role-based dashboards for quick time to valueOracle Confidential – Restricted
21 Actionable Insight for Every Role ControllersReduce costs and streamline operationsBenchmark results and examine cost variancesTrack prompt payment of account payables and collection of receivablesChief Financial OfficerControl the cash flow position and understand sources and usesManage liabilitiesUnderstand and monitor the company's profitability driversDepartment ManagersDrive and monitor revenue generating opportunitiesKeep and oversee a healthy cost structureOversee the timely collection of customer paymentsOracle Confidential – Internal
22 Strategic Financials Management Modern Finance Cloud delivers Enterprise AnalyticsFinance Executives need to leverage the integrated cloud for their full range of analytic needs:How do I get consolidated view of the data?How do I compare past financial results with current?How do I maintain a competitive cost structure?How am I doing compared to my peers?How do we improve operating practices to reduce costs and enhance process controls%Financial ManagementRevenue Management & CollectionsCash ManagementTravel & Expense ManagementPlanning & BudgetingFinancial Analytics
23 Analytics Cloud For Financials OTBI and OTBI Enterprise seeing the past, present, and futureHistoricalCurrentFutureOTBI EnterpriseHistorical Analytics (e.g.)Payment PerformanceAP AgingAR AgingDSO Monthly TrendProfitability Returns TrendsComparative Analytics (e.g.)Profitability ReturnsROA IndicatorTop 10 customer with highest avg. payment daysAverage Expenses by CategoryBenchmarkingPredictive Analytics (e.g.)Delinquent Account ProjectionAccount Collection OptimizationRevenue/Profitability ProjectionOTBI StandardHistorical Reports (e.g.)Receivables to Ledger ReconciliationBank Statements and ReconciliationOperational Reports (e.g.)Account and Journals AnalysisTrial BalancesPayables PostedReversed ReceiptsOracle Confidential – Internal
24 Analytics Cloud For Financials Powerful and Complete OperationalStrategicPredictiveOTBI-EnterprisePlanning & BudgetingCash ManagementFinancial ManagementCross-functional contentProcurement & APOrder Management &ARExternal Benchmarking with XBRL dataCross- SourceAnalysisTravel and Spend ManagementRevenue Management and CollectionsOracle Transactional Business IntelligenceUS and EU Financial RegulatorsOracle ERP CloudOn Prem & 3rd Party DataOracle Confidential – Restricted
25 OTBI Enterprise Content For Financials Existing Analytics Content ExampleProfitabilityTop 10 Customers by Operating ProfitProfitability Returns TrendROA (EBIT Basis) IndicatorCOGS Trend by ProductProfit & Loss - Quarterly YTDAccounts PayableAP Aging by Supplier GroupAP Aging ReportDPO Monthly TrendTop 10 Suppliers by AP BalanceAverage Invoice TransactionFixed AssetsCIP Asset BalanceAccumulated Depreciation Balance by PeriodLeased vs. Non-Leased Assets by CountTop 10 Assets by Warranty CostGross Fixed Asset Cost RatioAccounts ReceivableAR Aging by Customer CategoryDSO Monthly TrendTop 10 Customers by AR BalanceTop 10 Customers with Highest Avg. PaymentDays Invoice Amount vs. Payment AmountOracle Confidential
26 Benefits of OTBI Enterprise for Financials Provide Insight to improve Financials performanceCROSS SOURCEIntegrate Financials Cloud data with Procurement or HCM CloudIntegrate Financials Cloud data with On-Premise Sources (EBS, Psoft, JDE etc)Integrate Financials Cloud data with 3rd party data sources (e.g. XBRL )CROSS FUNCTIONALIntegrate Financials cloud data with Procurement , SCM, Projects and HCM Cloud data (Procurement, Supply Chain, Inventory , Headcount, Projects etc)ADVANCEDHistorical, trending, and predictive analysisComplex metrics (DSO, DPO, Return on Equity, Time metrics etcData enrichment (indexed data, external benchmarkingFLEXIBLEExtensible and SecureBuilt for Analysts and ExecutivesOracle Confidential – Restricted
27 Oracle Financial Analytics Cloud Summary Integrated InsightsOTBI StandardReal-time analytics offering, embedded in SaaS ApplicationsDesigned for line workers and managersSupports daily operationsOTBI EnterpriseDeeper analytics for a comprehensive viewDesigned for executives, managers and analystsSupports strategic planning, forecasting, problem solving, and other types of detailed analytics.
28 RoadmapOTBI and OTBI EnterpriseOracle Confidential – Restricted
29 OTBI for Financials Roadmap Release planning in progress Release 9 New content: Budgetary Control Subject AreaSupport for withholding tax functionality- exposing additional attributes in AP subject areasSample reports to several subject areas, including Revenue Management, Tax Withholding, Bill Receivables, Cross BU Payments.Release 10New Content: Receivables Customer Subject AreaNew attributes in Payables subject areas to enable reporting against consigned inventory, line level approvals, and pre-payment transactionsEnable reporting on budget amounts in General Ledger Balances Subject AreaEnhance Revenue Mgmt. subject areas including additional attributes on pricing element, source document lines, and MEA adjustment history.Release 11New Content: Expenses Subject AreasAdditional attributes in Payables to track various costs related bringing a item to the final destination (transportation costs, handling charges, ...) and in Receivables to support multi-fund.Release planning in progress
32 Introduction: Regional Transportation District (RTD), Denver CO Population Served: 2.8 MillionService Area: 2,340 Square Miles (6,060 sq km)40 municipalities, 6 counties, 2 city/counties148 routes, 9,841 Stops with 139,083 scheduled miles/dayNearly 100 million boardings / yearFleet1,002 Fixed route buses172 Light Rail Vehicles325 Paratransit VehiclesProvides Bus/LightRail/CallnRide/AccessARide in the 14 districts in and around denver metro.100 million plus boardings a year and growing
33 Introduction: Continued 122 miles of new light rail and commuter railCommuter Rail line to DIA opens in 201618 miles of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service57 new transit stations31 new Park-n-Rides; more than 21,000 new parking spacesNew transit hub - Denver Union StationGrowing at a rapid paceThis year opened the biggest intra modal transit hub (union station)Opening the 1st heavy rail(commuter rail) from Airport to Union station in 2016.
34 Current State Oracle ERP 12.1.3 Text file from transactional source system translated to excel spreadsheets and meaningful data to CFO and executives.Excel SpreadsheetsSummary Income StatementDetail Balance SheetDetail Expense Variance – Budget vs. ActualIT dependency on Discoverer reportsRecently upgrade our Oracle ERP from toUse Financials, Procure and Pay, Projects and Grants, HR, Public sector budgetingLot of manual work and manipulating data in spreadsheets
35 Business IssuesFinancial information not readily available to a wide audience that needs it for decision-makingThere is no ability for the requestor to easily modify the content and format of reportsAbsence of drill-down capabilityThe ability to produce comparative scenarios is limitedGraphs, charts, and other pictorial representations having to be manually producedSpecialized reports such as AR aging, top ten lists, and financial ratios (current ratios, debt to equity, etc.) must be manually createdDrill DownPictorial representation of dataInformation is not limited to certain individuals only
36 Why BI (Charter)Provide timely and accurate to make better and intelligent decisions concerning the operations (and to also expediently recognize any budgetary issues that may arise).Ability to drill down to the invoice level of financial information.Improves productivity by avoiding person-to-person requests for information, manual report creation and provides more timely dataInformation can be accessed remotely or electronically thereby avoiding paper production and distributionEnd-users having the ability to customize dashboards and reports on their own without IT/SME overhead.
37 Why BI (Charter) : Continued Single source of truth that is validated and accurate.Ability to set parameters/filters for report content avoids production of several reports to glean specific informationDatabase information may be updated as often as needed to provide the most current dataEnd user training and licensing is simplified by using BI as a single information source rather than training and licensing on the use of multiple systems
38 Project Methodology Small focused team business and IT Iterative developmentContinuous communication between Business/ITLeverage internal skillsets and resources.Business team of 2-3 financial SMEs.Financial reporting manager role and position driving the usage and adoption.Executive sponsorship from the CFOAgile iterative approach best fitConstant communication and collaboration with the business team and the development teamIterative Workshops with business users to identify and document the customization requirements.Iteration Planning based on the requirements captured during the workshop sessions.(2-3 week iterations)Development Team of 4-6Combination of ERP developers/BI developers/BAs
39 Implementation Approach POC to start with (Out of the box financial dashboards)Users realizing the need to customize contentSimplicity of tools provided to customize and migrate contentPhased approach to focus on specific areas like GL, AP/AR(Release planning)Release Pre-Planning from March - AprilIterations started in May1st Release kick off go-live NovemberList of ToolsBI Administration Tool (RPD and Data security)BIACM (BI Applications Configuration Manager)FSM (Functional Setup Manager)Catalog Manager (Migration of Catalog content)EM (Security Setup)A step approach worked great for us. Build upon the previous stepGet the seeded content out first in front of the users.You will get a lot more participation once they see what all data points they can have access to.
40 Architecture FUSION MIDDLEWARE HARDWARE WEBLOGIC 10.3.6.0 EXALOGICOBIEEEXALYTICSOBIAEXADATABuildODIOTDOAMOVDWEBGATE1st phase go live on EXALOGIC EXADATAFuture move BI components onto exalytics.
41 Architecture Move the middle tier of BI into exalytics 1. Use the timesten inMemory capability2. Increase the frequency of updates to the dashboards.Currently the full load takes 2 hrs and incremental load takes 1 hr.
42 Implementation Phases InstallationConfigurationsData LoadCustomization to RPDCustomization to DashboardsMigrationSrimathi is going to walk you through the implementation phases and lessons learned during each one of the areas.
43 Installation Important Pre-requisite: Upgrade the existing DB to fromChoice of software only install or enterprise install for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise EditionSoftware Only Install mode requires Weblogic Server as a prerequisiteEnterprise Install mode installs Weblogic ServerImportance of temporary table space
44 Installation : Continued Issues with software only install
45 Installation : Continued Knowledge BaseBI Apps Certification Matrix:(Please note the requirement for on the database)Media Pack for BI components downloads https://edelivery.oracle.com/EPD/Download/get_form?egroup_aru_number=Installation Guide:Below is the link to the proactive support notification that document installing Software Only has problems.https://blogs.oracle.com/proactivesupportEPM/entry/warning_bi_applications_11_1
46 Functional Configuration : Setup Web GUI to do functional configurations.Oracle BI Applications Configuration ManagerFunctional Setup Manager (FSM) for Oracle BI ApplicationsOptions to choose the offerings in a module to deploy.Assign the tasksMonitor the task progressThe following slides will tell the roadblocks and lessons learnt for financial functional configuration
47 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Login credentials to BIACM
48 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Configure the Offerings and Modules to deployExclude Federal Financials Offering if not needed.
49 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Assign the Tasks for the specified Offerings and BI modules to one or more Functional Developers.
50 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Monitor the progress of the Implementation Project to check that the tasks have been completed.
51 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Complete the functional configuration Tasks
52 Functional Configuration : Setup Continued Complete the functional configuration Tasks
55 Functional Configuration : Continued Product Category Set
56 Functional Configuration : Continued Source files to complete before a domain load of Financials Module.file_glacct_segment_config_ora.csvfile_group_acct_codes_ora.csvfile_gl_hierarchy_assignment_ora.csvfile_fa_category_segment_config_ora.csv
57 Functional Configuration : Continued Seeded Domain Mappings of Group Account to Group Account Category
58 Functional Configuration : Continued Source File for Group Account Codes
59 Functional Configuration : Continued Domain Mappings of Group Account Codes reflect RTD Group Accounts
60 Functional Configuration : Continued Group Account to Financial Statement Item-Important for Subledger Dashboard Data
61 Functional Configuration : FSG BIEBSFSG ReportsExpanded Income statementDetail Balance SheetDrill Down capabilitiesData TransparencyData view by Department/Cost centerEase of use by CFO/AGMs.txt file without formatNeed extensive formatting in excelLack of data transparencyCFO/AGM depend on Reporting accounting managers to get the report
62 Functional Configuration : FSG Lessons Learned:-Clean up of blank account ranges in source system-Resolve overlapping account ranges-Enter Row Names-Monitor Temporary table space during data load-Validate against source system
71 Data Load : ContinuedReset Data Warehouse Extract Date
72 Data Load : ContinuedShould the Domain load be done for all Modules to start with or can it be done as we implement each module one by one.Understanding difference between base domain and domain change.Issue in a full data load.How to resolve Duplicate data records and Unique Index creation Error because of duplicates.How to restart the data load after an error.How to generate the error tables (E$ tables) and retain the temporary tables in DW to debugHow slowly changing Dimension impacts the incremental load and what should it be set to.
73 Data Load : Continued Knowledge Base Oracle® Fusion Middleware ETL Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 11g Release 1 ( ) Part Number E
74 Customizations to RPD (Repository) Seeded Dashboards refer to seeded oracle group account codes hardcoded in RPDFSG Hierarchy Dimension refers to seeded hierarchy codeManage Session Variables, global variables, server variables.Manage Initialization Blocks and Connection Pools
75 Customizations to RPD : Continued Operating Expense Budget for Q shows $46.3M
76 Customizations to Repository-RPD The Income Statement for Q from Oracle shows $140M for operating expense.
77 Customizations to Repository-RPD Seeded RPD-Total Operating Expense
78 Customizations to RPD :Continued Customization to RPD to reflect RTD Total Operating Expense Measure
79 Customizations to RPD :Continued Customization to RPD to reflect RTD Total Operating Expense Measure
80 Customizations to RPD :Continued Another Example of seeded RPD group account reference
81 Customizations to RPD :Continued Another Example of seeded RPD group account reference
82 Customizations to RPD :Continued After Customization of RPD
83 Customizations to Dashboards Drill Down capabilitiesCustomization of filter criteriaGraphs/charts/Pies and graphical representation of dataCustomize labels/headings for ease of use for users without Financials background.
84 Customizations to Dashboards : Continued Seeded Dashboard without Drill Down
85 Customizations to Dashboards : Contd Drill Down Feature
86 Customizations to Dashboards : Continued After Customization
87 Customizations to Dashboards : Continued Ability to Drill-Down
88 Customizations to Dashboards : Continued Knowledge Base:Documentation:Blog Entry:Blog Entry:
89 Migration of BI Components Migrate Mappings done in BIACM/FSM .Migrate RPD changes-same as 7.9.6Migrate Catalog changes- same as 7.9.6
101 RTD Trial Balance Journal Line Entries Drill down to AP detail and Revenue Detail
102 Future Plans State of Good Repair ( Asset Lifecycle Analytics) Procure and Spend AnalyticsHR AnalyticsProjects and Grants AnalyticsRidership AnalyticsOperational Performance AnalyticsOperator Work-Force AnalyticsForecasting/What-If scenariosFinding and analyzing the state/condition of the rolling/fixed assetsHow many passengers were affected when there was an incident on the bus/railOperator Availability dashboards in real-time
103 RTD is ready to take on future BI projects and initiatives with a solid OBIEE foundation Rahul SoodManager, Software Architecture and DevelopmentSrimathi BadriSenior ERP developer
104 “Must-Attend” Business Analytics Sessions TimeSession NameLocationMon :45 am & Tues 30 3:45 pmCON Oracle Business Analytics Product and Technology RoadmapMoscone West 3014Mon 29 2:45 pm & Wed Oct 1 12:45 pmCON Oracle BI Cloud Service Overview and RoadmapTue 30 12:00 pmCON8417- Looking Ahead to the Next Generation of BI TechnologyTue 30 5:00 pmCON Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile: Innovative AnalyticsWed Oct 1 11:30 AMGeneral Session [GEN9379]: Oracle’s Big Data Strategy—Unified Data Management and AnalyticsMoscone West 2008Thu Oct 2 10:45 amCON7616 – Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine: Customer PanelMoscone West 3016