With our new Blueprints, Incorta gives Oracle JDE EnterpriseOne customers a new, faster, more effective option for analyzing and understanding their data—with no data modeling or ETL required. Users get instant access to up-to-date, consolidated ERP data and can build all of the high-performance reports they need—on their own—without waiting for IT support.
The idea of implementing data analytics on thousands of complex, interrelated tables in Oracle JD Edwards (JDE) EnterpriseOne historically strains an organization's development capabilities. The projects are long, expensive, and exceptionally challenging implementations. But they don’t have to be.
Via the new Incorta “Blueprint”—a quick-start kit that helps accelerate the process of setting up, connecting to, analyzing, and reporting upon complex data sources and use cases—Incorta partner Alithya now can help you easily, affordably analyze and report on operational data from JDE. The best news of all? You don't have to waste time transforming and remodeling your data to take advantage of Incorta’s analytics!
Alithya’s knowledge of JDE schemas can help you more quickly integrate multiple data sources and spend less time modeling, leaving you more time to analyze your JDE data. Together, Alithya and Incorta can help you enjoy a faster time-to-value (TTV) than you can with a traditional enterprise analytics tool—without slowing down other business applications.
Most businesses don’t have contingency or business continuity plans that correlate to the world we see unfolding before us. Yet some of our customers are creatively using Incorta to develop comprehensive, real-time operational intelligence views of their global teams—with some of them doing it in 24-48 hours. See how!
In this webinar, Matthew Halliday and Wayne Eckerson, Founder and Principal Consultant of Eckerson Group, discuss on the rise of Unified Data Analytics Platforms—why market demand for UDAP is soaring; the promise it holds for enterprises; and the shifting vendor landscape.
In this report from the Eckerson Group, dive into unified data analytics platforms (UDAP). UDAPs are the culmination of a multi-decade trend toward functional convergence.