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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Plus, also termed as the OBI EE Plus, is Oracle Corporation's set of business intelligence tools consisting of former Siebel Systems business intelligence and Hyperion Solutions business intelligence offerings.
The industry counterpart and main competitors of OBIEE are Microsoft BI,
IBM Cognos, SAP AG Business Objects and SAS Institute Inc. The products currently leverage a common BI Server providing integration among the tools.
Extensions [ edit ]
OBIA (Oracle Business Intelligence Applications)
 Oracle Scorecard: an implementation of
balanced scorecard reporting. 
History [ edit ]
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2000: nQuire formed: Larry Barbetta CEO..
2001: nQuire courted by Siebel.
2002: Siebel purchases nQuire
2005: Oracle purchases Siebel(126.96.36.199)
2010: 11g Version Released
References [ edit ]
^ Keyes, Jessica (2014). "Oracle Analytics: Business Intelligence and Analytic Applications". . Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. p. 74-75. The CIO's Guide to Oracle Products and Solutions ISBN 9781482249941 . Retrieved . 2016-09-04 Sometimes OBIEE is used interchangeably with Oracle Business Intelligence Applications (OBIA), which is a prebuilt BI and data-warehousing system built on the OBIEE technology stack. However, OBIEE is the platform, whereas OBIA is an application that uses the platform.
^ Переверзев, Николай (2003). "Управление предприятием с помощью системы Balanced Scorecard" [Managing the enterprise with the help of the "Balanced Scorecard" system]. Финансовый Директор (in Russian). 3 . Retrieved . 2011-03-31 BSC можно реализовать как в специальных программных продуктах (например, Oros Scorecard, Hyperion Performance Scorecard, Oracle Scorecard и др.), так и в Excel.[One can implement BSC both in specialized software products (for example: Oros Scorecard, Hyperion Performance Scorecard, Oracle Scorecard, etc) as well as in Excel.]
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