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Oracle Applications Users Group Relaunches Analytics, BI and Big Data Special Interest Group

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), an independent, global, member-led organization that maximizes customers’ investment in Oracle and partner solutions, relaunches its Analytics, BI and Big Data Special Interest Group (SIG). The new SIG was reestablished through the merger of two long-standing SIGs, the BI-Big Data and Endeca SIGs, to increase the organization’s focus on Oracle Enterprise Analytics Technologies. The Analytics, BI and Big Data SIG’s purpose is to provide education on current and future functionality of all Oracle on-premises and cloud Analytics, Business Intelligence (BI) and Big Data products; to provide a unified voice to Oracle Corporation on behalf of Oracle Enterprise Analytics Technologies customers; and to create networking opportunities for participants to meet, interact and develop relationships with Oracle Corporation, Oracle partners and peers.”

The release goes on, “More than 50 OAUG SIGs provide educational and networking opportunities for participants sharing a common industry or common interest related to specific Oracle Applications products. A complete list of the OAUG’s SIGs and upcoming virtual or face-to-face meetings is available at https://oaug.org/communities/sigs. ‘The OAUG welcomes the newly reconstituted Analytics, BI and Big Data SIG,’ said Christine Hipp, 2018 OAUG President. ‘We believe this will help OAUG members interested in the Analytics, BI and Big Data solution categories find the professional development and learning opportunities they’ve been looking for to keep up with product developments in this area’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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