The SplashBI Difference
Want to reconcile GL with subledgers? Review your invoice distributions? Wondering about Payroll Taxes or Garnishments / Third Party Payments? SplashOC can natively answer all these questions and much more.
With an easy & intuitive platform, poor adoption or search for another solution is a thing of the past.
With SplashOC, users can create new or update existing reports without having to rely on a developer to code it.
By inheriting 100% of Oracle’s existing security, enterprise data remains confidential and secured.
SplashOC Data Pipeline
Our dedicated SplashOC Data Pipeline for Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications replicates Cloud data from SaaS pods to an Oracle/Snowflake/SQL Server database. It delivers seamless integration with your enterprise data residing in the Oracle SaaS environments.
SplashOC also gives you full control over your data that you can use for other purposes, for example, populating your data lake or interfacing with other third-party/on-premises systems.
Oracle Fusion Reporting Architecture
Return On Investment
First thing that business leaders need immediately after going live on Oracle Fusion is operational reports. OTBI provides several pre-built reports but businesses quickly discover they are not all-encompassing and do not address some aspects. They subsequently embark on a custom report development journey using a combination of OTBI and BI Publisher.
Based on our industry experience, we have found that it is very labor-intensive process that take significant time, energy and eventually enterprises end up with a large set of custom reports that are not supported by Oracle nor the consulting vendor.
The above illustration shows the typical cost an organization might incur in developing customized operational reports using OTBI and BI Publisher whenever possible. The table also demonstrates the cost of same report within SplashBI. It is immediately evident that SplashBI pre-built reports deliver a more business centric and profitable return on investment vs. building those same reports using expensive consulting and in house opex.