Free webinar: HERE and Oracle Business Analytics

By on 17 February, 2015

HERE Sydney

A free webinar focussing on getting the most from business analytics by incorporating geography will be run at a special Australia/NZ-friendly time.

Every enterprise wants to create a competitive advantage by gaining a deeper understanding of their key performance metrics.

Thanks to Business Intelligence systems, the ability to quickly and easily change raw business data into information that enables better decision making is becoming widely available.

Understanding business performance based on geography is among the most fundamental requirement for reporting; however, very few enterprises are leveraging the built-in map reporting capabilities and location analytics that are included in Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE).

The HERE map allows organisations to gain new business insights by leveraging the geographic analysis and mapping capabilities of Oracle-based Business Intelligence solutions.

In the webinar you will:

  • Experience concrete use cases for spatial analytics in OBIEE
  • Learn about the business benefits of adding HERE Maps to OBIEE
  • Discover the simplicity of visualizing HERE Maps in OBIEE

More details

HERE has been helping Oracle customers visualise and analyse their business data for over a decade.  With turnkey data and platform solutions used across a range of applications, including those for business intelligence, analytics, utilities, field service, transportation management, and logistics, find out how we can meet the needs of your enterprise.


  • Dan Abugov, Business Development Manager & Oracle Specialist at HERE
  • Hans Viehmann, Product Manager EMEA, Oracle
  • Antony Heljula, Peak Indicators

Who should attend

Oracle and BI users, developers, resellers, integrators, and those who want to understand more about how maps increase the value and capabilities of your Oracle database and applications.

To learn more about the webinar, and how to register, visit Directions Magazine.

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