Oracle Leader in 2011 Wisdom of Crowds Business Intelligence Market Study
By Chris Bongard
11th July 2011

Published by Dresner Advisory Services LLC, the report features four different BI industry sub-categories in which to group vendors and analyze market behavior and direction. Titans are the largest vendors, with extensive product and service offerings – including Business Intelligence.

According to the report, “Oracle was ranked number one – overall – for its segment for 2010. It retains the number one position for 2011. It generally exceeded the peer average and was ranked number one in its peer group for both Sales and Value. Its 2011 performance improved in the areas of Sales, Value, and Product.”

The Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Foundation Suite offers organizations a complete, open, and architecturally unified BI solution. The suite serves every class of user, providing multiple channels of information access, and supporting all enterprise BI requirements.

The software’s hot-pluggable design enable organizations to extend BI capabilities to existing Oracle and third-party data sources and applications, including SAP.

Supporting Quote

“We are pleased to be recognized as a business intelligence category leader for second year in a row in the Wisdom of the Crowds vendor study,” said Paul Rodwick, vice president of Product Management, Oracle Business Intelligence. “The last two years have borne major new features and enhancements to Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation and Oracle Business Intelligence Applications driven by customer input and feedback. We’re committed to continuing to extend our lead in business intelligence.”

Read at Source: Oracle Press Room

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