ERP Analysts is the system integrator implementing a Consolidated Human Resources Data Warehouse across California State University System’s twenty-three (23) universities utilizing Oracle Business Intelligence HR Analytics 22.214.171.124.1 as the platform. This presentation looks to provide relevant information to anyone looking to implement HR Analytics 126.96.36.199.1 as their reporting solution. The discussion will focus on the roles involved from executive sponsors, department heads, HR managers, business intelligence analyst, ETL developer, OBIEE System Admin/DBAs in the Full Solution Life Cycle of an Implementation including Design, Fit/Gap Analysis, Build, Test, Implementation and Post Go-Live. The learning objective for attendees of this session will be to take away lessons learned from a real life implementation of Oracle HR Analytics 188.8.131.52.1 including leading practices around executive communication, IT to business unit collaboration, fit-gap analysis, installation, training and support. This will provide detailed information about personnel requirements by role, system requirements, installation tips & tricks, end user training, go live and pitfalls to avoid. There are many important messages to be drawn from this presentation. The primary one is the reasoning for customers to chosen the 184.108.40.206.1 followed by the idiosyncrasies associated with implementing this product. The 220.127.116.11.1 version of HR Analytics leverages Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) as the EL-T tool and represents the newest technology available in Oracle Business Intelligence for the Extraction Loading and Transformation of data. However, the ODI tool follows a unique process of Extract, Load and Transform. All new functionality in Oracle Business Analytics is being developed using ODI and subsequently will be made available for Informatica based versions. However, to move from Informatica to ODI will require a re-implementation and there is no published timeline for the newest functionality to be ported to Informatica. This means that anyone starting a new implementation should strongly consider this version for two reasons. First, implementing the Informatica version of OBIA and then re-implementing in the future is a lot of wasted effort. Second, some of the newest functionality will only be available with the ODI version. The information obtained from this presentation will be immediately impactful for anyone looking to implement OBIA whether they are in an executive position, DBA/System Admin, ETL Developer, Dashboard /Report Developer or Functional Business User among others. The information presented in this session will be unique from other OBIA related sessions in terms of the release version of the software, the lessons learned from implementing bleeding edge technology, and the limited number of 18.104.22.168.1 implementation that will have occurred to the date of the presentation.
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