Corporate Performance Management and Daily Business Intelligence

The Oracle E-Business Suite Corporate Performance Management (CPM) and Daily Business Intelligence (DBI) applications enable organizations to achieve world-class performance by aligning the right information and resources to strategic objectives. Oracle Corporate Performance Management helps managers formulate strategies for profitable growth, align strategies with operational plans, actively monitor day-to-day operations, and collaborate across the enterprise. A unified data model provides a single, accurate view of enterprise-wide information, promoting transparency, actionable analysis, and rapid execution. And when Oracle’s Corporate Performance Management and DBI applications run on Oracle technology, you speed implementation, optimize performance, streamline support – and maximize ROI.

Why consider e-business suite corporate performance management and dbi?

-> Oracle DBI has up to 80% Lower TCO than SAP

1-> “Oracle continues to grow the BPM applications segment of the business as defined by IDC and is achieving traction across the BPM suite with innovative approaches to both consolidation and planning/budgeting, particularly with recent releases incorporating maturing market requirements.”

2-> “We met our budget targets shortly after implementing Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting. The software helped us standardize processes and made budget management easier and more flexible. It is a strategic business management tool.”

China Eastern Airlines-> Daily Business Intelligence provides a depth of operational reporting and business intelligence that is not otherwise available even if you implement a data warehouse .

If you are already an Oracle user then you should be looking at Daily Business Intelligence. If you are not an Oracle user but are considering an ERP system, then the inclusion of Daily Business Intelligence at what will be a fraction of the cost of other systems, should play a significant part in your decision about your eventual provider