Oracle OBIEE Other Solutions Considered

Michael De Sousa
Head of IT at Obegi Chemicals Group
We also looked at IBM and SAP. View full review »
VishalGoyal
Vice President (BI Delivery) at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We are planning to move away from Oracle OBIEE, and to move to another tool that has in-memory data processing capabilities. Oracle doesn't provide that capability very easily, so we have performance challenges, etc. We are exploring Tableau and QlikView. They provide in-memory calculations and in-memory processing, which results in very fast throughput so that the data updates into the dashboard. In terms of choosing a vendor, the most important criteria for me is the ability to create near real-time analysis, which OBIEE is lacking at the moment. Another is very good performance, which means it should have its own engine to process the data or even to do some small ETL operations on the data. In addition, it's the simplicity to develop and architect the solution. View full review »
DataInt732
Data Integration and Business Intelligence Solution Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We had more than one quotation, then we chose the product based on a type of questionnaire with scoring. I think Oracle made the high score at that time (2010). It was between Oracle and Cognos at that time. There are now tools like Tableau or Power BI that enable you to do BI analysis without any model in the background. You can just connect to the database, or any other unstructured data source and do whatever you like, probably with more fancy visualizations. Although I'm a technical person, these things are more important to our business people. Oracle is an Enterprise BI tool. You have to do the modeling based on that model, then you can do whatever you like. However, it's not easy. It's not so flexible to do BI reporting directly from the data source without models. It is not that agile. View full review »
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Ricardo Giampaoli
EPM/BI certified Consultant, Oracle ACE and TeraCorp Consulting CEO at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
I'm a consultant and my only evaluation was on the database. I decided on Oracle because of the database and, during my career, their other tools are starting to come naturally. View full review »
Robin Saikat Chatterjee
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We evaluate solutions on a case by case basis based on the specific implementation as we implement BI solutions for different clients. View full review »
Leonardo Salvino
Business Intelligence Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I evaluated other solutions like Tableau, Cognos, MicroStrategy. They are more attractive visually, but in my opinion OBIEE has a stronger platform. View full review »
Mais Al-Alem
EPM Manager at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
We only evaluated Oracle at that time. View full review »
Jon Vander Hill
Policy and Planning Analyst with 10,001+ employees
I have past experience with QlikView, Tableau and Sisense. View full review »
Reviewer43
Head of Analytics & Recommendation System, Video Products at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The other options we considered are: Tableau, Qlik Sense, and Splunk. View full review »
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