Author: Infosemantics

Infosemantics Partners with Teradata to make complex TDE implementations faster than ever before Infosemantics, Inc. is proud to be part of a strategic partnership with Teradata for implementation services of Teradata Decision Experts (TDE) which provides intelligent, pre-configured reporting and analytics for Oracle and Peoplesoft Financials environments within a massively-accelerated time frame. This partnership is working so well, that when the two companies provided a multinational banking and financial services company with a new financial data analytics platform, it won them the Best Regional Data Analytics Project Award for 2014 within the banking industry. This major integration and implementation project brought a single view to an enormous volume of financial data that was previously kept in ten separate PeopleSoft instances worldwide. The...

The Board of the Texas Louisiana Oracle Applications Users Group (TLOAUG) would like to invite you to their first meeting in Houston, Texas the morning of Friday, June 13, from 8:00 a.m. to noon, followed by an optional networking lunch until 1:30 p.m. They'll have a final agenda later in May. [button link="http://lnkd.in/bUCKrsT" color="silver" text="dark" window="yes"]Please Register Online[/button] Also, the TLOAUG Member Survey is still open for your input.  ...

Please join us at the DOUG (Dallas Oracle Users Group) E-Business Suite Forum meeting Friday, May 9, 2014 from 12 noon – 2 pm. Infosemantics is proud to be the featured sponsor for this meeting. Presentation1: Case Study from Texas Instruments "Case Study on Oracle R12 Upgrade from Texas Instruments - A DBA Perspective" – Sunday Ichie and Venkata Namineni, Texas Instruments Inc Abstract: The upgrade of Oracle E-Business Suite 11i to R12 from an Applications DBA's perspective. In this Case Study, we will share the implementation details and lessons learned from this project. Presentation2 from Infosemantics "Ten More Forms and OAF Personalization Examples - Version 3 ...

The entire team at Infosemantics would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth or attended one of our many presentations and panels at Collaborate 2014! This has always been a great event for us, and this year's was no exception. If you'd like to download PDFs of any of our presentations, please visit our Presentations page. [gallery link="file" ids="1166,1165,1164,1168,1167"]...

Is your organization Behind the curve on reporting and Business Intelligence? Join us for a light lunch, and to learn about moving from Discoverer to Oracle’s next generation business intelligence platform, OBIEE. See the immediate value in migrating Discoverer reports to Oracle’s newBI foundation. Provided from a Systems Integrator perspective, attend a detailed session, “Lessons Learned” on migrating your company’s Discoverer End User Layer (EUL) to OBIEE. Also, attend brief snapshot sessions of what’s available within Oracle’s Business Intelligence Analytics (OBIA) vs. Endeca Information Discovery(EID) as well as an overview of OBIA – Financial Analytics. Friday, April 4th from Noon-2pm Oracle Corporation  |  Room 9078 – 9th floor  |  6030 Connection DR, Irving TX [button link="https://infosemantics.com/44rsvp/" color="#112277"]RSVP for the Lunch and Presentation[/button]...

Please join the Texas Louisiana Oracle Applications Users Group (TLOAUG) first restart meeting at Collaborate 14.  We have an exciting format to try out – a brief intro and the three 15-minute mini presentations listed below. We will meet on April 8th at 11:30 AM PST in Level 3, San Polo – 3401.  Session id - 15555 Fusion Middleware – Joe Lenard While rolling out Oracle’s PIM MDM software, NCH Corporation implemented Oracle’s Fusion Middleware.  Joe Lenard, Director of Supply Chain applications from NCH, will share some lessons learned from this “accidental implementation”.  Endeca vs OBIEE – Naren Thota How do I choose a replacement for Discoverer which is at the end of life?  What does Endeca provide versus OBIEE?  Naren will provide a...

Please visit us at Booth 933, April 7-11 in Las Vegas Infosemantics, a Collaborate Two-Star Elite Partner, is also leading or participating in the following sessions: Susan Behn 15330 - E-Business Suite User Management SIG – Monday, April 7 3:20 PM 15555 - South Central OAUG aka Texas-Louisiana OAUG Startup Meeting – Tuesday, April 8 11:30 AM 13808 - Ten More Forms and OAF Personalization Examples - Version 3...

What had started as a 10 person facility, is now expected to have over 50 employees by year end. This expansion is in support of our “Right Sourcing” Model. Naren Thota, Infosemantics CEO said “We have been very pleased with the quality of the employees we have been able to attract in Manila – all incredibly dedicated and very knowledgeable in their field. The Philippines is not a short term investment but a critical long-term strategic partner for Infosemantics.” Andrew Preston, VP of Asia Pacific & Business Intelligence for Infosemantics added, “The mix of competency and an attractive price point has made Manila an obvious location choice for us. We had evaluated many countries in the region, but the Philippines was head...

Naren Thota, founder and President of Infosemantics, Inc. shares his experience, success story and growth of the company with Silicon India Magazine: "Boutique"-till late 90s this word was associated with specialized elite fashion shops. In those days customer awareness and customization was an upcoming trend. Along came the concept of boutique being a one stop shop for offering customized products and services to the customers. Gradually the trend gained momentum and with customers becoming the epicentre of the marketing concepts, boutique has become synonymous to specialized businesses. One company that tapped on the opportunity and that has gone on to create an impact is Infosemantics, an expert level boutique consulting firm, specializing in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Intelligence (BI) and Special...

The business intelligence (BI) software market can be tough to navigate. Not only do organizations have to sort through hundreds of available products, they also have to make sense of the jargon, trends and other technical aspects of BI tools (e.g. “OLAP” or “in-memory processing”). Getting a handle on these concepts early in your research process is critical. You’ll want to be literate when you discuss your next purchase with your management team, IT staff and eventually sales representatives. Fortunately there are several online resources to help you get up to speed. For example, Software Advice, a website that reviews and compares business intelligence software vendors, recently put together an introduction guide to three BI tools: data warehouses, ETL tools and OLAP tools. In...