Harness the Power of Your Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Data

Oracle Fusion Integration

Oracle Fusion LogoAs an Oracle Platinum Partner, Orbit Reporting and Analytics seamlessly integrates with Oracle Fusion Cloud, making it easy for you to build reports based on your cloud applications data. You can also unify Fusion with data from other sources, including Oracle EBS or PeopleSoft, to gain a 360° view of your operations.

Drive More Value from Your Oracle Fusion Data

If you’re an Oracle Fusion Cloud customer – or are planning to move to Fusion – you likely have, or will soon have, vital business data stored in on-premise and cloud applications.

For example, you might rely on both Oracle Fusion and Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). While Fusion allows you to take advantage of new applications, you might still find value in your EBS investment. Or perhaps you recently migrated to Fusion but need to access your historical data in EBS.

When you have data spread out across applications and clouds, you may struggle to tie it all together. According to a study by Dynamic Markets, 81% of business leaders think that cloud services must fully integrate with each other, as well as with on-premise software, to reap the full benefits of the cloud. When your data sources don’t integrate, you won’t find complete answers to your business questions.

If you want to gain more insights from your Fusion data, you may need to install a third-party reporting application. However, few of these tools integrate with Oracle Cloud applications, and even fewer integrate with both cloud and on-premise Oracle applications, such as EBS or PeopleSoft. This lack of integration may force you to build expensive, standalone data warehouses that increase your infrastructure and budgetary overheads, as well as require additional skill sets to maintain.

Complete Oracle Fusion Reporting

Orbit Reporting and Analytics provides a certified adapter to integrate with Oracle Fusion Cloud applications. Orbit’s Fusion integration yields the following immediate benefits:

  • Full certification to work with Oracle Cloud applications, including:
    • Support for Fusion’s HCM extract
    • The ability to run BI Publisher reports directly from Orbit, and combine Fusion data output with your on-premise data
    • The power to run Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) reports directly from Orbit
  • Eliminate the need to invest in expensive data warehouses or extract, transform, load (ETL) tools
  • Provide an interactive user interface (UI) to control the frequency of data synchronization and more

View Data from All of Your Cloud and On-Premise Applications

Integrating your applications is essential for making informed decisions in today’s hybrid cloud world.

Orbit’s pre-built integration with Fusion addresses its API limitations, allowing you to extract and view Fusion data in context with data from other applications. Whether your data source is in the cloud or on-premise, Orbit can connect with it.

Orbit makes it easy to create operational and analytical reports based on your combined Fusion and on-premise applications data. You can visualize this aggregated data in clear reports, dashboards, charts, graphs, and other output choices that help you monitor your business and quickly spot trends.

Take Control of Your Data Governance and Security

Most reporting tools make it hard for you to meet your data governance and security requirements – at both the application level and data level.

Compliance with the security policies and standards associated with application and data integration, along with user authentication, is vital to eliminate vulnerabilities. Inadequate data mapping and system interoperability, as well as improperly managed user access, practically guarantees the misuse of your enterprise data.

With Orbit, you don’t need to worry about the wrong eyes viewing sensitive information. Orbit leverages Oracle Identity and Access Management – as well as built-in security management features that control security down to a field level. When someone logs into Orbit from their desktop or mobile device, they will need to enter their credentials for authentication. This ensures that they only see data that your IT team permits them to see based on their role.

“We wanted a robust reporting system that would allow users to run reports on their own without help from IT. We chose Orbit, because their technology resides within EBS and they let users create their own reports. We couldn’t create our own reports with Discoverer.”

APARNA BADANI  |  Oracle Functional Lead