We caught up with some Noetix customers at a recent industry tradeshow and asked them a few questions about their Oracle E-Business Suite environments, how they would describe Noetix in a few words, and any advice they might have for someone evaluating BI tools. Two of these customers have been relying upon Noetix for reporting [...]
Archive for May, 2011
Noetix Analytics 5.0 was released last May, and more recently we’ve been diligently working on Noetix Analytics 5.1, which shipped in February. Noetix Analytics 5.1 has a big emphasis on new content including a powerful new feature called the Financial Statement Generator (FSG) data mart. During months of development for this solution, we engaged the [...]
Developing Analytic Applications is a Collaborative Process – Research Study of 250 IT Professionals
By Elliot King, Ph.D. Professor of Communication, Loyola University Maryland & Founder of the Digital Media Laboratory In many organizations, the IT department has the responsibility and the expertise to explore, develop, and install most major applications, as well as identify technology that can support an organization’s mission. While senior management must sign off on [...]
By Elliot King, Ph.D. Professor of Communication, Loyola University Maryland & Founder of the Digital Media Laboratory The idea that we live in an age of information abundance has been a cliché for the last generation. With huge amounts of data being regularly generated, developing the ability to understand and apply that data for decision [...]
What is the average length of time between a Noetix implementation and the delivery of reports to end users?
QUESTION: What is the average length of time between a Noetix implementation and the delivery of reports to end users? ANSWER: Every BI project is different, but there are some general facts that are true for every Noetix implementation. For real-time operational reporting (using NoetixViews), the initial implementation is deceptively easy, so the time to deliver the [...]