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Oracle BI Applications Pros

Senior Manager, Software Engineering Client Reporting at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Calculations are a little bit faster. It can do the on-the-run calculations much better than other reporting platforms. You don't need any other specific tool. You can use Microsoft Office to start doing things with these reports.
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Contractor Logistics Support IPT Lead with 5,001-10,000 employees
It has a very robust dashboard and ad-hoc reporting.
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Oracle BI Applications Cons

Senior Manager, Software Engineering Client Reporting at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is very cumbersome and slow for making any changes. It doesn't have that many visuals to show different graphs and charts. It should have more visuals. It also doesn't support HTML5, which is useful for interactive sessions and reporting with dashboard etc. We are phasing it out because we need a newer platform that provides us more flexibility and more designs. Our use case is just to get the utility type of monthly reports, and we need visuals, customizations, columns, and certain sections on the report to show performance and other things. They are not updating their BI Publisher product, which was known as XML Publisher before Oracle bought it. It could be because they don't have that many clients using it. We are using it because we have this solution for years.
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Contractor Logistics Support IPT Lead with 5,001-10,000 employees
The initial setup was complex and it took a lot of time to set up the infrastructure.
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