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Noetix Introduces Noetix® Analytics for Oracle® Financial Statement Generator

April 12, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Noetix

Noetix Corp., a world-class provider of business intelligence (BI) software and services for enterprise applications, today introduced Noetix Analytics for Oracle Financial Statement Generator (FSG), a packaged data mart including extract, transform, and load (ETL) routines and a set of report templates that reproduces existing Oracle FSG reports in the customer’s BI platform.

Noetix Analytics preserves and extends the value of customers’ investments in Oracle FSG reports. Users benefit from dramatically superior drill-down capabilities, enabling them to not only see the FSG reports in their BI platform, but also to interact with that report, and drill to account balances, journal details, and ultimately all the way down to the sub-ledgers.

“During months of development for this solution, Noetix engaged the help of several beta partners and worked with them to identify challenges they experienced with their existing Oracle FSG reporting,” said Jeff Kirk, director, product management for Noetix Analytics. “We found that customers had hundreds of FSG reports, but that a limited number of users could run them because they required special software on their desktop which was independent from their BI platform. They recounted that it was difficult to maintain the Application Desktop Integrator (ADI), and customers who had upgraded to Oracle® E-Business Suite R12 experienced loss of functionality.”

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