Federal government agencies face daily challenges with budget cuts, policy changes, and the drive for continual efficiency improvements. Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics can help agencies deal with these challenges more effectively.

The solutions to these challenges are often hidden in the vast amount of data gathered over the years. Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is one of the leading technologies that help organizations structure their data into meaningful, insightful information accessible throughout the organization.

Many Federal government agencies are currently using Oracle Discoverer for thousands of reports. Oracle Corp. is no longer supporting this tool and is recommending that organizations move to OBIEE. Our i360 consultants have the experience and resources necessary to lead the modernization of reporting systems – paving the way for improved insights.

i360 Business Intelligence Project Experience 

i360 has a contract to provide expert advice on the optimal architectural design of and practices for a data warehouse and the suitable application of ODI in our federal customer’s data warehouse environment. i360 is also providing advice on an OBIA/OBIEE training strategy, training materials, and training techniques and delivery for our client’s staff and their Oracle Federal Financials clients.

Additionally, i360 is tasked with identifying and coding functional data elements required and mapping them from EBS through Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) to the data warehouse and linking to tables and subsequent reports (both standard and custom).

For another federal client, i360 is supporting their strategy of implementing a new modern Data Warehouse that will enable Online Analytic Processing (OLAP) reporting via the implementation of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications (OBIA) – also known as Business Intelligence Applications (BIAPPS). This includes the implementation of Oracle Data Integrator (ODI), OBIA, and three modules from OBIA Analytics. All of this is installed in a new Exadata and Exalytics environment.