In the modern business environment, any organization generates, tracks and stores large volumes of data related to products, employees, assets, contacts, customers, prices and market metrics on a daily basis. This data, after sorting and storage across different databases and locations, can be used for further analysis and interpretation to measure the state of a business’ existence. Oracle BI offers businesses with the ability to create interactive dashboards for analyzing and building intuitive interfaces to make this information processing possible so that managers can take quicker and better decisions for steering the organization towards growth. This blog post will take a closer look at these capabilities offered by Oracle BI and how they can be used by a business for its innate information requirements.
Oracle BI is a full-fledged set of business intelligence tools meant to help enterprises by providing them with an extensive array of business intelligence capabilities including dashboards, ad hoc queries and reports, proactive alerts and so on. Interactive dashboards offer personalized views for corporate and external information and can be used to display and share data in a way that is meaningful to your requirements. Dashboards can also be used and worked upon on a shared basis, based on the preconfigured permissions that you will set up to manage data security and accessibility. Users with administrative privileges can create shared dashboards in which groups of users can work together towards completing common responsibilities and job functions.
Once the right data becomes accessible to the right people for analysis and processing through interactive dashboards, business stakeholders can begin to use the same for understanding and presenting various key indicators like market trends, customer behavior as well as partner and employee metrics. Capabilities such as prompt enhancements, hierarchy additions, user interface changes and accessibility parameter setting are also available to make the data analysis more efficient. The benefits of Oracle BI definitely make it worth being part of your business intelligence toolkit.