Customers that wish to incorporate the power of the Oracle Live Help On Demand solution into their corporate Facebook pages are typically looking to do more than just place a static live chat or click-to-call button.
By using the Oracle Big Data Appliance with Oracle Exadata, enterprises can acquire, organize and analyze all their data to make the most informed decisions. Read this whitepaper to learn about all of the key benefits of Oracle Big Data Appliance.
This whitepaper provides an overview of Oracle's capabilities for data warehousing and discusses the key features and technologies by which Oracle-based business intelligence and data warehouse systems integrate information and scale to analyze data.
Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression is an enabling technology for two new Oracle Exadata Storage Server features: Warehouse Compression and Archive Compression. We will discuss each of these features in detail later in this paper, but first let's explore Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression - the next generation in compression technology.
Exadata is Oracle's fastest growing new product. Much of the growth of Exadata has come at the expense of specialized DW appliance vendors. Take a look at the competitive comparisons these vendors have published and find out why they fall short.
This white paper presents two case studies that illustrate how Oracle Exadata increased storage capacity for data warehouses by 150%, reduced operational and database running costs by 50%, and on average improved database query performance by 10x.
This report explains how the migration to the Exadata platform required no changes to system interfaces and allowed Turkcell to consolidate hardware and create a highly scalable framework to handle future growth.
New offerings are often an organization's most important source of revenue--however, it can also represent one of the riskiest ventures a business undertakes. Constantly changing consumer demands, shrinking development windows, limited resources, and the need to produce offerings at competitive prices are constant concerns for organizations today. Improving the ability to pick a mix of offerings that best address customer demands and company fit has a tremendous impact on the financial success of a company.
By using the Oracle Exadata Database Machine as your data warehouse platform you have a balanced, high performance hardware configuration. This paper focuses on the other two corner stones, data modeling and data loading.
Learn how organizations can use Oracle Exadata to reduce IT costs through consolidation, manage more data on multiple compression tiers, improve the performance of all applications, and make better business decisions in real time.
Successful email marketing, demand generation, and lead management processes hinge on a modern strategy closely aligned to buyer needs and expectations across all phases of the buying process. Using a wide spectrum of digital channels, today’s buyers employ an extensive network of tools and resources to make the most informed purchase decisions.
Delivering a Unique Online Experience for Segments, Regions, and Brands: Knowing When to Use Personalization, Microsites, and Independent Sites - This white paper discusses a range of site implementation options and recommending best practices.
In 7 simple steps, eBusiness professionals can boost sales and customer satisfaction while reducing customer service costs by delivering the right information and service to the right customer at the right time. Find out how!
This white paper describes how B2B organizations can use B2B online commerce to lower costs, retain customers, grow the business, and reduce complexity for customers-all essential activities for competing in the evolving marketplace.
This study asked more than 6,500 consumers across the U.K., Spain, Germany, France, and Benelux about their satisfaction, likes and dislikes, common frustrations, and spending habits related to online shopping. Find out what was discovered!
Combining customer data and social media presents an enormous opportunity for merchants. Industry observers contend that this shift, which some have called "social CRM" or "sCRM," represents the next great wave in online commerce. Read more now!