Leading companies are shifting the role of report writing from IT to the information consumer. In this video, Noetix Empowers End Users to Answer Their Own Business Questions, hear firsthand from Noetix customers about how this shift has benefited both IT and business managers. They’ll share thoughts on topics of key concern to IT including: Read more
KU Technologies’ services are focused on delivering innovative business solutions to customers in the early childhood and school-age education and child care industries. The company delivers a wide-range of IT services to the subsidiaries of Knowledge Universe, including KinderCare Learning Centers, serving 300,000 children across the U.S. Their enterprise BI team is responsible for multiple products and projects that provide critical insight into financials and other operational metrics for more than 1,800 early education centers. Read more
Noetix customer Invacare Corporation, the global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative home and long-term care medical products, began a corporate-wide re-invention in 2006, including a new IT initiative which brought to light the need for a modern business intelligence (BI) system.
“When I came on board, the company was starved for information,” said David Mewes, CIO of Invacare. “We decided we needed a good old-fashioned data warehouse, or a repository, which fit the newer model of business intelligence.” Read more
Noetix customer Tempel Steel, an independent manufacturer of precision magnetic steel laminations for the automotive, motor, generator, transformer, and lighting industries, began the process of replacing an outdated ERP system with four new systems, including Oracle E-Business Suite.
Prior to the ERP implementation, Tempel‘s business intelligence reporting had consisted of 200 reports that had been customized to fit the company’s focus on shop floor efficiencies. After the company went live with Oracle E-Business Suite, those reports were lost. IS faced a common challenge: how would they access their critical data from Oracle E-Business Suite? Read more
Noetix customer Onyx EMS, an electronic contract manufacturer focused on the medical field, found itself in the enviable position of experiencing several years of double digit growth. Onyx decided it was time to conduct an intensive assessment of its business intelligence reporting structure and to make some changes to prepare for the future. Read more
We caught up with some Noetix customers at an industry tradeshow and asked them a few questions, including, “What is your favorite feature of Noetix?” We received a wide range of answers, from “Noetix Search” and “Global Views” solutions, to the “broad Oracle E-Business Suite coverage Noetix provides.” Read more
Kevin Loo from ARAMARK Uniform Services shares how users benefit from new Noetix reporting capabilities by consolidating data—from the Oracle BI platform and other BI reporting tools—into a single repository.
ARAMARK Uniform Services is a division of ARAMARK, a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world.
Noetix customers share how Noetix saves IT time and resources by enabling end users to get at Oracle E-Business Suite data themselves. This reduces development time and dependence on external contractors to get data out of the system and allows IT to focus on more strategic needs of the business.
Featured Noetix customers include: Lance Miller, Director of Corporate Applications, Iberdrola Renewables; Christine Schap, Senior Operations Analyst, College of American Pathologists; John Cannava, Executive Director of Financial Systems and Billing, TeleTech; Purna Pidaparti, Senior IT Architect, Qualcomm; and Robert Loreto, Senior Director IT Finance Systems, Qualcomm.
In this On Demand Web Seminar, Jeff Burtenshaw shares how Boart Longyear went live with Oracle E-Business Suite while implementing Oracle BI (OBI EE), and still managed to provide users with operational and analytical BI right out of the gate.
Boart Longyear, a 120-year-old global mineral exploration company with 2010 sales of US$1.476 billion and over 9,000 employees worldwide, uses Noetix BI for foundational analytics to support their projected growth in 2011 and beyond. View