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Safe Harbor Statements      The following is intended to outline our general product      direction. It is intended for in...
Program Agenda    •  Introductions    •  Why BI Applications for SAP    •  Financial Analytics for SAP Overview    •  Bris...
Oracle BI Applications      Why SAP?      •  Traditional solutions are difficult to extend and customize      •  Integrati...
Vision - Oracle BI Applications for SAP      Customers are Seeking Heterogeneous SolutionsPeopleSoft HCM & SAP ERP        ...
Unlocking Back Office Business Insights through BI                                                               •  Analyz...
Oracle BI Applications for SAP      Version 7.9.7 – Available Today!•  Financial Analytics Sources directly from          ...
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Oracle BI Applications for SAP       Planned Release •  Extend Oracle BI Applications for SAP to                          ...
Financial Analytics     Graph	  Sliders	                                                                                  ...
Supply Chain and Order Management AnalyticsSelect	  2009	  Q4	                                                            ...
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All 7.9.7.1 Analytic Apps Will Work on BI     Mobile14   Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserv...
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Oracle Financial Analytics for SAP     Overview16   Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Finance Organizations Struggle to Use Data and     Intelligence to Increase Performance      KEY CHALLENGES               ...
Oracle Financial Analytics Comprehensive View of Financial Performance                                                  Ge...
Role-Based Best Practices Provide Relevant and        Actionable Insight for EveryoneFinancial Analytics - Key Objectives ...
Oracle Financial Analytics          Sample Analysis and Metrics                ANALYSIS & METRICS                         ...
Example of Financial Analytics Decision Workflow                                                                          ...
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Packages:	  Full	  and	  incremental	  flow	     Copyright © 2010   Bristlecone
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Unlock Hidden Business Value of Your SAP Systems with Oracle Business Intelligence Applications

  1. 1. 1 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. ORACLE PRODUCT LOGO Unlock Hidden Business Value of Your SAP Systems with Oracle Business Intelligence Applications Presenting with Robert Davis - Director, Oracle BI Product Management Narayanan Parthasarathy - Pre Sales & Solution Head - Bristlecone2 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Safe Harbor Statements The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.3 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. Program Agenda •  Introductions •  Why BI Applications for SAP •  Financial Analytics for SAP Overview •  Bristlecone SAP Practice •  Implementation Best Practices & Experiences •  Q&A4 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. Oracle BI Applications Why SAP? •  Traditional solutions are difficult to extend and customize •  Integration of SAP BI with non-SAP systems •  Desire Common Information Model •  Seeking robust integration with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.) •  Interested in pre-built solutions5 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. Vision - Oracle BI Applications for SAP Customers are Seeking Heterogeneous SolutionsPeopleSoft HCM & SAP ERP Hyperion & SAP ERP Oracle BI ApplicationsSiebel CRM & SAP ERP Multiple ERP’s 6 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. Unlocking Back Office Business Insights through BI •  Analyze intra-period financial data by department or role •  Maximize efficiency of collections Financial Analytics •  Visibility into supply/demand to Alignment Across Functions better manage inventory Optimize profitability and operational •  Accelerate order to cash process efficiencies SCM & OM Analytics •  Increase visibility into direct and indirect spend •  Optimize supplier selection and Procurement & Spend performance Analytics7 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  8. 8. Oracle BI Applications for SAP Version 7.9.7 – Available Today!•  Financial Analytics Sources directly from Oracle BI Applications SAP R/3 4.6c and ECC 6.0 FI. Supply Chain & Procurement•  Adapter is built exclusively on ODI & Spend Financials Order Management 10.1.3.5•  Target BAW data warehouse certification Common Enterprise Information Model is Oracle database Oracle BI Foundation•  Initial version focused on SAP FI with other ERP areas covered in follow-on Oracle Data Integrator releases SAP R/3 v 4.6c & ECC 6.0 •  Financial Accounting (FI)8 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Financial Analytics Components 1 3 Pre-built warehouse with 16 star-schemas Pre-mapped metadata, including embedded best designed for analysis and reporting on financial practice calculations and metrics for financial analytics analysts, executives and other business users •  Presentation layer •  Logical business model •  Physical sources 2 4 Pre-built ETL to extract data from a large number A “best practice” library of over 488 of operational tables and load it into the DW, pre-built metrics, 36 intelligent dashboards, 250+ sourced from PSFT, Oracle EBS, JD Edwards, reports and several alerts for CFO, Finance SAP and other sources Controller, Financial Analyst, AR/AP Managers and Executives9 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Oracle BI Applications for SAP Planned Release •  Extend Oracle BI Applications for SAP to Oracle BI Applications include Procurement & Spend and Supply Supply Chain & Chain and Order Management Procurement Financials Order & Spend Applications Management •  Certification on OBIEE 11g platform Common Enterprise Information Model (11.1.1.5) Oracle BI Foundation •  Fully localized in 28 languages Oracle Data Integrator SAP R/3 v 4.6c & ECC 6.0 •  Financial Accounting (FI) •  Sales & Distribution (SD) •  Materials Management (MM)10 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  11. 11. Financial Analytics Graph  Sliders   Enhanced   Visualiza3ons   Playback  Op3on  11 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. Supply Chain and Order Management AnalyticsSelect  2009  Q4   Detail  graph  shows   Trend  by  Month  for   the  selected  quarter   12 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  13. 13. Procurement and Spend Analytics Enhanced   Visualiza3ons  Chart  Zooming  13 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  14. 14. All 7.9.7.1 Analytic Apps Will Work on BI Mobile14 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  15. 15. BI Applications for SAP Roadmap Feature 7.9.7 7.9.7.1 11g PS1 Available Release Planned Release Planned Release Financials X   X   X   Procurement & Spend X   X   Supply Chain & Order X   X   Management OBIEE Platform Oracle 10g Oracle11g Oracle 11g, Exalytics Certification Database Certification Oracle 10g, 11g, Oracle 10g Oracle 10g, 11g Exadata Exadata and Teradata Translation X   X   Full Heterogeneous X   Support15 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  16. 16. Oracle Financial Analytics for SAP Overview16 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  17. 17. Finance Organizations Struggle to Use Data and Intelligence to Increase Performance KEY CHALLENGES EXAMPLES Ø  No single integrated view of multiple charts of accounts Ø  Poor or inconsistent financial metric definitions Lack of Visibility into Financial Performance data Ø  Inability to integrate dozens of financial source systems Ø  Lack of insight into payments to suppliers and expenses Poor management of cash inflow Ø  Unable to obtain timely financial data across the enterprise and outflow Ø  Limited information to identify overdue balances and other receivables bottlenecks Ø  Unable to comply with financial and accounting disclosure legislation Unable to support financial such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and IAS/IFRS accountability and best practices Ø  Inability to associate aggregated financial results to the line item details in the transactional data sources Ø  Continued reliance on management-by-spreadsheet Time Wasted Gathering Data to Ø  Disparate financial reporting and poor internal distribution Report and Manage Ø  Relevant data in multiple systems – CRM, ERP, etc. Ø  No single source of the truth17 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  18. 18. Oracle Financial Analytics Comprehensive View of Financial Performance General Ledger & Profitability Analytics •  Incorporates detail-level general ledger transactions and cash flow analysis across locations, customers, products, sales territories, distribution channels, and business units •  Identifies the customers and transactions that are providing maximum profits by product, location, department, and geographic detail. When combined with Marketing Analytics, it enables analysis of Campaign ROI and assists in customer segmentation Payables Analytics •  Provides visibility into payments due to suppliers and expense line detail so managers can manage cash outflows and control expenses. When combined with Procurement & Spend Analytics, it allows full procurement analysis from Requisition to Check Receivables Analytics •  Monitors collections processes to show what customers buy and how they pay, enabling managers to identify overdue balances and other receivables bottlenecks. When combined with Sales Analytics and Supply Chain & Order Management Analytics, it enables more efficient management of the entire Lead to Cash process.18 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  19. 19. Role-Based Best Practices Provide Relevant and Actionable Insight for EveryoneFinancial Analytics - Key Objectives and Questions by Role Optimizing Management of Financial Performance Controllers •  How can I reduce the time it takes to •  How effectively are we managing our and F&A generate periodic financial statements and payables to our key suppliers? Managers reports? •  How is DSO being impacted by certain •  How can I get early notification of material customers and by each receivables aging events? bucket? Actionable Insight for Improving Shareholder Value VP of •  Which business units and product lines are •  How can I get early warnings about revenue Finance and enhancing company profitability and which misses so I can manage costs and still are detracting from it? CFO make earnings? •  Are our profitability and balance sheet •  How well are we meeting our financial goals ratios improving relative to historical and increasing shareholder value? trends? Complete Insight into Departmental Revenue and Cost Drivers Department •  How do my division’s results compare to •  Which customer segments are most Managers the previous quarter? profitable and why? •  How are my headcount/product costs •  What operating expenses are over budget? tracking? 19 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  20. 20. Oracle Financial Analytics Sample Analysis and Metrics ANALYSIS & METRICS BENEFITSGeneral Ledger •  More timely, informed decisions at all levels of the• Debt to equity ratio • Fixed assets turnover• AR turnover • Operating cash flow organization• Cash cycle • Investing cash flow• Inventory turnover • Financing cash flow •  Control expenses before they impact earningsProfitability• Return on equity • Net Income margin % •  Maximize cash flow from payables while• Return on assets • Operating margin % maintaining relationship with strategic suppliers• Return on capital • EBT margin %• Gross margin % • Product gross profit •  Control the risk of overall receivables portfolioPayables• AP due 1-30 Amount • AP overdue 1-30 amount •  Drive financial accountability to managers• AP payment days • Times paid before Due• AP weighted days • Total AP overdue amount •  Receive intra-period financial information before• DPO • Overdue Amount to total %Receivables books are closed• DSO • AR due 1-30 amount• Credit limit used % • AR overdue 1-30 amount •  Identify weak business units and product lines• AR payment days • AR credit memo amount• Time paid before Due • AR Average Invoice amount 20 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  21. 21. Example of Financial Analytics Decision Workflow Maximize Cash FlowBusinessObjectives / Is DSO on target?Issues Is DPO on target? Are overdue balances trending up? Are payment terms in compliance? How long is the underlying overdue balance pending? What is the aging of •  Business Function: ReceivablesGain due balances?Insights •  Role: Who are the customers Director, Credits and Collections and collectors? •  Objectives: Drill to due balances by region –  1) Maximize Cash Flow Drill to overdue invoice detail –  2) Control Risk of Receivables PortfolioTake Action Target collection efforts to reduce Overdue balances 21 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  22. 22.  SAP-­‐  OBIA  Integra0on   Narayanan  Parthasarathy   Global  Prac3ce  Leader     Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  23. 23.      Bristlecone:  Key  Sta0s0cs   Founded   „      1996   Number  of  employees   „      1200   Headquarters   „      Mountain  View,  CA   Supply  Chain  Strategy  &  Solu3ons,  Analy3cs,  Integra3on,  Applica3on  Management     Areas  of  exper0se   „      and  Support  Services   High  Tech,  Semiconductor,  Process  Manufacturing,  Apparel  and  Footwear,  Industrial,   Key  industries   „       Oil  &  Gas,  CPG,  Automo3ve,  Telecom,  Finance  &  Insurance   Key  Partnerships   „      Oracle  Development  and  Implementa3on  Partner   Global  presence   „      North  America,  Germany,  UK,  Singapore,  Middle  East  &  India   Middle-­‐East  –  Sharjah,   UK     Dubai,  Qatar   US   London   APAC   Mountain  View,   Singapore   Europe   Houston     Germany,   Switzerland   India  -­‐  Mumbai,  Pune,   Bangalore,  Noida     Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  24. 24. Overview  Lineage  §  Founded  in  1996  by  SAP  Supply  Chain  experts  §  Part  of  $12.5  billion  Mahindra  group  §  Over  1,200  employees  globally  across  North  America,  EMEA,  APAC  &  India  Deep  Rela0onships  §  Strong  associa3on  with  SAP  for  over  13  years   ~  Co-­‐developed  APO,  SPM,  SRM,  SCPM  §  Strategic  rela3onship  with  Oracle  for  over  4  years   ~  Oracle’s  preferred  development  &  integra3on  partner   ~  Co-­‐developed  OBIEE  SAP  Adapter,  FDM,  ODI  BW,  ODI  IDOC   ~  Extended  development  arm  for  Oracle  for  implementa3on  &  consul3ng  besides  SaaS/  hosted  offerings   ~  Oracle  global  BPO  partner  §  Dedicated  Center  of  Excellence  for  SAP  &  Oracle  product  focus  areas  §  Worked  with  ISVs  to  build  cer3fied  ERP  integra3ons   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  25. 25. Bristlecone-­‐Oracle  Rela0onship   §  Strong  Rela0onship  with  Oracle  since  2006   §  Oracle’s  Preferred  Development  and  Integra0on  Partner   §  Only  Partner  to  offer  BPO  Services  on  Oracle  VCP   §  Bristlecone  is  hos0ng  a  dedicated  Center  of  Excellence  for  key  Oracle  Product  Focus  Areas     §  To  build  and  demonstrate  Oracle  products  integra0on  with  other  ERP  systems   ~  For  Joint  Go  to  Marke0ng  ini0a0ves   Joint  Ac0vi0es  with  Oracle   Product  Support  -­‐  Hos0ng   Product  Development   §  Applica0on  Integra0on  &  Product   §  FDQM  (Hyperion)   §  OBIEE  –  SAP  Adapter   Development   §  OBIEE   §  BI  Server  on  SAP  and  BW   §  Hos0ng  Services  &  Engineering   §  ODI  &  OWB   §  FDQM   Support  (Training,  Demo,  POCs)   §  UPK   §  ODI  BW   §  Applica0on  Management  &  Product   §  Primavera   §  ODI  ERP   Support  Services   §  BI  Publisher/  SQR   §  ODI-­‐IDOC   §  Strategic  Ini0a0ves:  Co-­‐development,   §  OPA  SAP  Adapter  (Haley)   §  UPK   Joint  GTM,  Knowledge  Sharing   §  Agile  ELM   §  Inspire  (Primavera)   §  Sales  &  Pre-­‐Sales  Support  to  Oracle   §  Sun  JCaps     §  Solu0ons:   Sales  &  SC  Teams   §  OER   ~  Essbase-­‐SAP  integra0on   ~  DRM-­‐SAP  Integra0on  
  26. 26. Oracle  Business  Intelligence  Applica0ons:  Integra0on  with  SAP     Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone 26
  27. 27. Sourcing  Data  from  Transac0onal  SAP   Oracle  Business  Analy0cs  Warehouse   Integra0on  Knowledge  Module  (IKM)   §   Writes  final  transformed  data  into  the  target  table   §   Executes  the  Staging  and  Target  transforma3ons   IKM and  moves  the  data  from  C$  internal  ODI  tables  to   final  target  tables   Oracle Data Integrator Reverse  Knowledge  Module  (RKM)   Load  Knowledge  Module  (LKM)   §   Loads  SAP  metadata  in  ODI   §   Generates  ABAP  program   §   RKM  installs  required  RFC         SAP SAP §   Loads  &  ac3vates  ABAP  program   §   Extract  Tables,  Primary  Keys,                                                                     RKM LKM §   ABAP  program  extracts  the  data  into  flat  file   foreign  keys  and  other  constraints   §   Loads  extracted  data  from  flat  files  to  internal   tables  of  ODI   SAP (R/3 v 4.6c & ECC 6.0) Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  28. 28. ODI  Package  for  SAP   SAP  Source  System RKM   ODI ü All  the  designed  SAP  Development   Fetch  Meta  data SAP  AS  Environment ABAP     components  are   Read  SAP  Metadata Template   Server SAP  App  Server LKM   Create  Interfaces  using  GUI packaged  and  tested  for   Provide  Metadata  to  ODI Generate  ABAP  Code func3onality  and   Generate  ABAP  Code Automatically  aEach  to   performance.   Design  Time/   Create  Transformation  Steps Transport  request ü Includes  full  load  and   Development incremental  package   Package  solution  with   ü Custom  Extensions  are     Transport workflow possible  through  user   ABAP  Engine interface   Execute  ABAP  Code Trigger  ABAP  Code Execute  Packaged  solution   with  workflow SAP  Production   Get  data ü Customer  could  follow   standard  SAP  Change   Server SAP  DB Target  Data  Store/Hub management   Run-­‐‑Time/   procedure   Production Target SAP  Tables Schemas ü Alerts  and  Monitoring   Data  Warehouse through  web   interfaces   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  29. 29. Key  Features  of  ODI  KM   §  RKM  supports  import  of  metadata  from  SAP   o  Selec3on  is  possible  through  GUI  based  on  SAP  tree  structure     §  Data  can  be  extracted  from  SAP   o  Transparent  Tables   o  Pooled  Tables   o  Cluster  Tables   §   Extracts  data,  supports  condi3ons  defined  for  source  tables  in  the  interface  design  like   o  Filter  condi3ons   o   Two  or  More  table  Joins   §  LKM  Generates  ABAP  program  for  extrac3ng  the  data  from  SAP  R/3  system   §  ABAP  objects  are  agached  automa3cally  to  SAP  Transports     §  During   run   Time   the   ABAP   program   and   extract   the   data   into   a   flat   file   and   loads   extracted  data  from  flat  files  to  internal  tables  of  ODI   §  Support  full  load  and  incremental  load   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone 29
  30. 30. SAP  Metadata  Informa0on  Search  using  GUI   Mul0ple  Tables  Selec0on  -­‐  Tree  Browser     30
  31. 31. LKM  Seangs   Copyright © 2010 Bristlecone
  32. 32. SDE  Pre-­‐built  Maps   Copyright © 2010 Bristlecone
  33. 33. SILOS  Pre-­‐built  Maps  
  34. 34. Packages:  Full  and  incremental  flow   Copyright © 2010 Bristlecone
  35. 35. Oracle  Business  Intelligence  Applica0ons  for  SAP   Oracle  BI  Applica0ons  (OBIA)   Procurement  &  Spend     Financial     Supply  Chain  &  Order   Analy3cs   Analy3cs   Management    Analy3cs   ODI  populates  data  to     BI  Applica3ons   Oracle  Data  Integrator  (ODI)   Data  fetched  from  SAP  to  ODI   SAP   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  36. 36. Speeds  Time  To  Value  and  Lowers  TCO   Build from Scratch with Traditional BI Tools Oracle BI Applications Training / Roll-out Results Define Metrics •  Faster time to value & Dashboards •  Lower TCO •  Assured business value DW Design Training / Rollout Easy to use, easy to adapt Define Metrics Role-based dashboards and Back-end & Dashboards thousands of pre-defined metrics ETL and DW Design Prebuilt DW design, adapts to your Mapping EDW Back-end ETL and Prebuilt Business Adapters for Mapping Oracle, PeopleSoft, Siebel, SAP, others Months or Years Weeks or Months
  37. 37. Typical  Implementa0on  plan  
  38. 38. Customer  Success  Story   Large  Telecom  Company  in  USA     Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone 38
  39. 39. Business  Drivers  for  the  Project  §  Splihng  transac3on  data  for  Company  demerger     o  The  company  sold  off  the  landline  business  of  15  states  to  another  company   o  Discon3nued  support  of  SAP-­‐BW  3.5    §  Provide  end-­‐users  powerful  analy3c  capabili3es  using  power  of  OBIEE   o  Near  Real  3me  transac3on  Repor3ng   o  Extend  access  to  transac3on  reports  to  lowest  level  of  opera3on   o  Allow  advanced  users  to  develop  their  own  KPIs,  Reports  &  Dashboards  §  Plaiorm  ra3onaliza3on/convergence   o  The  company  has  chosen  OBIEE  as  standard  plaiorm  for  Corporate  wide  repor3ng  across  different   applica3ons  §  Total  Cost  of  Ownership     o  License    +  AMC  cost  arbitrage  (Oracle  Vs  SAP)   o  Generic  skills  vs  Special  skills   o  Higher  implementa3on  and  maintenance  cost   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  40. 40. Key  Objec0ves   To  improve  the   repor3ng  capabili3es   and  to  enable  a  dialogue   between  disparate   systems   Heterogeneous  Landscape    SAP  3.x   Legacy  Applica0ons   Home  grown  DataMart   To  achieve  a  high  level   of  flexibility  across  the   To  achieve   analy3cal,  strategic  and   interoperability  between   tac3cal  views  of   SAP  and  Oracle   business  data  within  the   BI  plaiorm   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  41. 41. The  Solu0on   §   Migrate  from  a  legacy  repor3ng  analy3cal   SAP plaiorm  (SAP  BW)  to  a  new  age  BI  plaiorm     (OBIEE)   B/W   OBAW   §   Phased  implementa3on  of  Oracle  BI  applica3ons   §   Implementa3on  of  ODI  adapter  for  SAP  to  achieve   interoperability  between  SAP  and  Oracle  B/W  Reports   OBIEE   §  Data  extracted  from  MM  module  of  SAP    to   Reports   generate  reports  for  users  in  Finance,  Accounts   Before   Amer   and  Logis3cs  Departments   § Configura3on  and  customiza3on  of  business   reports  on  OBIEE  leading  to  enhanced  data  clarity   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  42. 42. Benefits   IT  Benefits   Business  Benefits   Enabled  flow  of  SAP  data  to  the  newly  implemented   Oracle  BI  environment   Reduced  TCO  for  Data  Warehousing  /  BI  Applica0ons   Reduced  0me  to  load  data  from  SAP  to  the  data   warehouse   Improved  Decision  making  capabili0es  due  to  greater   accuracy  of  informa0on   Enhanced  data  en0tlement  for  different  level  of  users   in  organiza0on   Enhanced  visibility  into  the  KPIs  of  financials  and   Rich,  interac0ve  dashboards  with  guided  analy0cs     supply  chain  business  func0ons   Consistent  view  of  informa0on  and  single-­‐source   Advanced  enterprise  repor0ng  and  publishing   accountability   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  43. 43. Bristlecone  Differen0ators    Deep  Domain  exper0se  across  key  enterprise  applica0ons  such  as    SAP,  Oracle,  Salesforce   Strong  Integra0on  Standards  and  Frameworks  Exper0se      Strategic  Development  Partners  for  SAP,    Oracle  and  other  ISVs   Scalable  to  support  large  implementa0ons   Global  Delivery  Model   Offer  Implementa0on  &  Support   Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  44. 44. Reach  out…     Contact  Us     Narayanan  Parthasarathy   USA   Global  Prac3ce  Leader   +1  408-­‐218-­‐2162   Narayanan.sarathy@bcone.com           Copyright © 2011 Bristlecone
  45. 45. BI Applications Demo Pods – Moscone South Moscone South Pods: §  Human Resources Analytics (S278) §  Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics (S276) §  CRM Analytics (S281) §  Financial Analytics (S279) §  Procurement and Spend Analytics (S280) §  Project Analytics (S277)45 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  46. 46. Q&A46 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  47. 47. 47 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  48. 48. Latin America 2011 December 6–8, 2011 Tokyo 2012 April 4–6, 201248 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  49. 49. Safe Harbor Statements The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.49 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  50. 50. 50 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
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