5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 29, 2016
Read the implementation and design docs.
low cost,easy and convenient.
New so have some bugs
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 29, 2016
It was easy to deal and kept all everyone aware about the progress!!
Preliminary internal work needed before starting it. Gather the data and make sure its cleaned and no issues
Accuracy and response to build and create projection
testing phase was done on sub-standard hardware and response time was very slow.
Preliminary internal work needed before starting it.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 21, 2016
Good technical support
Evaluate functionalities, on-going support, user experience, mobility
Not a lot of flexibilities
Look for Cloud solution
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 18, 2016
Lack of response from the support side has lead us to pay for third party support on top of our normal maintenance fees.
Ease to use the analytics fo Ad-Hoc analysis.
The support staff is less than responsive and we finally decided to pay for third-party support.
Was honest and up front about the capabilities and features available. Don't always say you can do everything.
Better define budget calculations and plan before starting.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 7, 2016
It had a positive experience as far as business it is concern, from IT perspective it had bugs which can be managed by reasearch
when they will start t use it , first get some practice worskshop
it is very intuitv specialy for oracle experience it
it has bugs but, it can be solved
We would chouse he same product
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 6, 2016
Good project execution
Good product but the challenge is on defining what the business wants really in terms of reporting and dashboarding
Very productive qnd stqble software
Oracle is difficult in terms of negotiation fot SME companies.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 20, 2016
We selected OBIEE as a tool to create all of our detailed reports on as well as a self service portal. We went throught a detailed vendor selection proccess. The final Vendor and 3rd party vendor were both very knowledable and communicative during the entire proccess. They came in and did a detailed assesment to make sure we were trying to use the technology in the best way. They spent hours getting detailed use cases and analysis, of how we operate. The overall expereince was good, altho it took a while to get throught the initial vendor selection and 3rd party selection, once that proccess was complete it was much easier and smoother.
Only use this tech if your primary systems run on Oracle, like CRM, or ESB systems. Otherwise the ramp up is just too high.
The functionallity and ease of use with Oracle products. Also the self service cabailitys of the tool.
The difficulty it has adding non-oracle related informaiton sources.
Integreation with other non-oracle products and tools.
Go directly to the 3rd party implementors and do your due dilgence of them first, dont waste time on waiting for Oracle to send that informaiton to you.
Only issue was the initial time it took to get the project going and of course the cost. However we got what we paid for and it was very valuable.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 19, 2016
Oracle software services are quite good, and the overall system performance is very high
Oracle needs a well defined architecture, you need to support the solution
the oracle support and community user
the way the change management process went
Support in not perfect. they have so many users that it takes time you to be heard
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 16, 2016
As a mid-size company it is sometimes hard to get connected with the right people inside Orcale who can provide you a definiative answer. Pricing model was difficult to negociate.
Great fit-for-use within the Oracle ecosystem. Scaling out beyond finance, especially into front-office (e.g., sales, marketing, brand management, etc.), should be reviewed carefully. The basic skill sets and technology savvy of the target user community is important.
Well received by the initial User Community (finance). That is, UX (user experience) is user friendly for that target audience. And a well established pool-of-talent available in the marketplace, (thought like other simular situations, it can be difficult to find a strong fit). Reliable. Does not "get hung" or require frequent restarts.
As a powerful platform it requires high-touch IT guidance with the User Community. More difficult to develop a self-service model. Complexity creates a learning curve for IT staff.
Invest more time understanding potential upcoming uses and deployments so commerical terms would not become part of the critial path for larger deployment.
There is always more than one way to use the a robust feature set to fulfill requirements (provide a solution). Reliance of 3rd party architects did not provide a range of options. Shortest path to the initial set of requirements did not provide the lowest three(3) year Total Cost-of-Ownership. The 3rd party's knowledge was limited to one base way to move forward. So all features, espically those recently introduced, we not considered incorporate. This also caused a miss on our pricing model with Oracle.
Primary Oracle customer service staff assigned to our company were engaged and responsive. More difficult to reach into the Oracle organization for domain experts. We "did not know, what we did not know", so did not how to, (or that we need to), drive a broader line of questioning.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 21, 2016
We use OBIEE and Oracle Data Integrator and it is generally very good but we cannot move to the newer version because we depend on Oracle's already implemented modules which are not yet created in the newer version so we must customize it a lot.
Well known and keeps up to date with most other products.
Update their packaged applications to work with the newer versions sooner.
Make sure the product meets your needs and find out how much customization it needs and how many other companies use it successfully.