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What do we do with Oracle Discoverer?

By April 26, 2022May 27th, 2022No Comments

What do we do with Oracle Discoverer?

Webinar Abstract

Oracle Discoverer is beyond end of life, yet despite that being the situation for some years now, many organisations are still relying on Discoverer for transactional, operational, and statutory reporting.

How are organisations, especially IT, going to cope with the demand from business users for replacing Discoverer and, greater demands for ad-hoc reporting?

What if we can show you how to Migrate your Discoverer reports, like for like, in 2 Minutes?

Join us on Thursday, 29th July, at 11:00 AM ET and 4 PM BST, to help you learn an alternative to Oracle Discoverer, at the same time as giving you self-service, real-time reporting providing meaningful analytics and great data visualisation.

In this webinar, you will learn about: 

  • How to Protect your investment in Oracle Discoverer
  • The options you have including Build VS Migrate
  • SplashDM our Oracle Discoverer Migration Utility
  • How SplashBI has migrated more than 100,000s workbooks
  • 1400+ Pre-built reports for Oracle EBS

Join Terry Walton from Oracle and Graham Spicer and Rishabh Miglani from SplashBI – for a perspective into what can you do with Discoverer with a pre-recorded Webinar and followed by a Live Q&A.

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