Thursday, February 3, 2011

Oracle Infogram Feb 3

Mapping Your Future
More than half of midsize companies are making plans to increase tech budgets within the next year and a half, according to a study released this month. But when your IT and business requirements are constantly changing, optimizing your infrastructure is not always easy. Are you sure you know what investments to make?Here, read a new series of articles designed to help you develop winning strategies for 2011, including an exclusive interview with Flash Foresight author Daniel Burrus.

Special Report: Growing Businesses
Take Oracle’s free self-assessment tests for midsize companies to figure out what your company needs— then read this special report to learn about other products and solutions Oracle designs to help its small to midsize customers compete and thrive, including some of its most recent releases. More...

Project: Management
According to Primavera cofounder Dick Faris projects used to describe work that was an exception to normal operations. But as sources at Leighton Contractors told Profit, the discipline and accountability of project management can have a positive impact on all aspects of a business. Learn more in Profit’s Primavera special issue. More...

Oracle Business Intelligence Forum On Demand
This virtual event offers you a unique opportunity to see, in one place, the full portfolio of Oracle’s Business Intelligence offerings, and to learn what sets Oracle apart from the rest. Hear Oracle executives and industry analyst, Howard Dresner, present the current state of Business Intelligence, along with a series of customers who will share their case studies of putting analytics in action. Register now...

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