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Larry Zagata, Author at MIPRO - Page 17 of 18

Business Intelligence and CPG/Retail

In a former life I led a national CPG (consumer packaged goods)/Retail practice focused on assisting clients with implementing their business intelligence (BI) solutions and helping them understand how to get the most value to their organizations from these systems. As with every industry vertical, there is some uniqueness to CPG/Retail market.  I am very


MIPRO Workshop: Business Intelligence Requirements Gathering

If our server logs are credible, Business Intelligence requirements gathering continues to be one of the most highly searched terms and asked-about BI subjects that we encounter.  We have authored several posts on this subject, including outlining at a high level the MIPRO approach to ensure business intelligence requirements are gathered and assessed appropriately. This


PeopleTools 8.5 and OBIEE: There’s Value in Those Hills

We have posted multiple posts on the new PeopleTools 8.5 release (here’s our most popular; here’s our shameless plug), in addition to several posts on the  value of Oracle OBIEE and BI apps.  However, today’s post will talk about PeopleTools 8.5: for customers who have both PeopleSoft and Oracle OBIEE, there is some additional value


It’s All About the ROI: The Value of Oracle BI Apps for PeopleSoft (Part III)

Previously, we have discussed the value of Oracle BI apps for PeopleSoft, and we have examined some key implementation considerations.  Today, in this  final post on the topic, I would like to chat about the biggest buzzword of them all: ROI. The key question for many customers is this: does it really make sense to


Business Intelligence Requirements Gathering: Digging Deeper

First off: wow.  I wouldn’t have guessed that Business Intelligence (BI) requirements gathering was such a popular topic.  I say this becuase since I wrote my first post on the subject, about 20% of this blog’s daily traffic comes to us via search strings related to BI requirements gathering.  Clearly, people understand the importance –