Good morning, my name is _______ and today I will be speaking about how to tell stories.
Before I begin, I need to read this brief statement so the lawyers won’t bug me. Here is our Safe Harbor Statement: _________
Okay. Now that that’s done, Let’s jump to it. Before we get into “story-telling”, let’s discuss what’s going on in the BI Marketplace. What are business people seeing today? In today’s business environment, leaders understand the value of having data as a guide to making key decisions. Here are a few trends happening today that will impact (positively and negatively) the ability to obtain and use that data. These shifts include _________
Proficiency - biegłość
In addition to those trends, business leaders are telling us _________
Putting together what we are seeing in the market place with what business leaders are experiencing in their BI situations, creates what Oracle is calling an “Axis of Tension”. We need our BI products to be fast and easy to use but things like business model, government oversight, and customers might also require more governance, thereby slowing down our efforts. Luckily, Oracle offers numerous products that help no matter how small and nimble or how big and detailed your BI work needs to be. And…we can do it in the cloud or on-prem. This is the real value of choosing Oracle to be your BI partner. To help you create the relevant and meaningful stories, you need software that works together, seamlessly, without fail.
Axis of Tension – oś napięcia thereby – a tym samym Relevant - trafne
In addition to enabling you to tell your business stories, wouldn’t it be cool if your business leaders could _________
sift through the clutter – przesiac przez szum
At Oracle, we think those capabilities are essential to keeping your BI tools up-to-date and helping you tell your stories in a quick, effective way. But not only that. Your tools should also allow for collaboration, personalization, and work with all your other related software. Oracle offers those capabilities today. We are helping Analysts _________ and Business Leaders _________ and Developers _________.
In essence, Oracle will help you build your company’s intelligence mesh. An intelligence mesh is the architecture of your company’s knowledge . The knowledge that is contained within your data. To put it another way, an intelligence mesh is the logical connections that Oracle can help you create: to find the knowledge in your data, prepare the data to be analyzed, build the models to make your data useful, and ultimately, share the knowledge with your peers and leaders through stories that are relevant, meaningful and actionable.
Mesh - siatka
We are going to dissect each component of the intelligence mesh and see how they help us tell better stories. Let’s zoom in on the learn and share aspects of an intelligence mesh.
Learn and share simply refers to the ability to gain data insights. Any analytics/BI/DV tool that offers this ability should be interactive and consumable on any platform.
„kick their tires” - to try something or examine it carefully before you buy it:
Furthermore, your BI tool should be available 24x7, learn it’s user’s preferences, anticipate usage, and be able to hear it’s users.
Infuse – natchnąć anticipate usage – przewidywanie użycia
Let’s take a moment to actually see what Day by Day can do and how it can help your business.
Okay. That was fun. Now let’s get back to the slides and focus on the see and detect aspects of your intelligence mesh.
Furthermore, your DV tool should be able to find patterns, intelligently offer appropriate visualizations, and make other smart assumptions.
And…your BI tool should listen. BI Ask can _________
In addition to that, your DV tool should offer interesting choices on how to display your findings in a compelling way, offer the ability to highlight key points, and allow your story to be told in a way that makes your priorities, their priorities.
See and detect refers to the role-based preferences that users should expect to see in any DV tool. For example, a Sales VP might want to see _________, a Marketing Analyst might be different and instead want to see _________, while a Service Manager has a different focus area.
Okay. Let get back to the slides and zoom in on the connect and prepare aspect of your intelligence mesh.
Connect and prepare refers to the ability of your analytics/BI/DV tool to free all of your data, no matter where it lives. Given Oracles history, I’m sure you understand how any tool we bring to market will be compatible with any and all main-stream data format, platform, and vendor. Specifically, you can expect _________
In addition, Oracle’s BI allows smart connectors for your SaaS apps. No re-work required _________
A wise man once said “data analytics is only as good as the data”. It’s true. Your analysis will only be as good as your data allows it to be. That’s why data prep is so important. Oracle BI offers _________
Next, let’s focus on the model and build aspects of your intelligence mesh.
Earlier, I suggested “data analysis is only as good as it’s data”. Now I will state “Analytics by itself is meaningless”. It needs consumers to bring it to life. Oracle BICS is _________
And Oracle Essbase CS offers _________
Now for the last piece of your intelligence mesh. Deploy and scale.
Your visual analytics tool should grow with you. It should come in numerous flavors that meet your user’s needs. Oracle cloud analytics comes three ways _________
Furthermore, it should welcome improvement. Specifically, app dev should be able to add to your analytics/BI/DV tool and customize it to your environment. Specifically, app dev should be able to _________
In addition, your analytics should be able to be deployed anywhere. Oracle analytics/BI/DV can be ________
Flexibility is key. With Oracle BI, you can _________
Everything you’ve seen in this presentation is available in the cloud. That’s where we are going. We can help you get there too.
Thanks for listening. I would like to invite you to take the next steps in your analytics/BI/DV journey to the cloud.
Wielkie zbiory danych w chmurze lub opowiadanie historii za pomocą Oracle Analytics Cloud - Michał Grochowski, Oracle Big Data Expert, Oracle Polska
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