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Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6 – Project Analytics Screenshots

Following on from Antony Heljula’s excellent blog post on Project Analytics (Review of Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6 and Project Analytics), here are some screenshots of the application:

The Project Analytics dashboard index page, with full descriptions for all of the out-of-the-box dashboards.

Project Executive 1 of 2

The summary tab of the Project Executive dashboard. All charts are fully interactive/drillable. Generic filter options are displayed at the top of the page.

More charts from the Project Executive dashboard

More charts from the Project Executive dashboard

A table of project health which has been accessed by drilling down from a chart on the Project Executive dashboard. The table has a RAG status for project health, as well as an 'Action Link' that drills back into the E-Business Suite (EBS).

A table of project health which has been accessed by drilling down from a chart on the Project Executive dashboard. The table has a RAG status for project health, as well as an ‘Action Link’ that drills back into the E-Business Suite (EBS).

Gauges on the Project Management dashboard. Ranges and drill-ability of the gauges are all user-definable

Gauges on the Project Management dashboard. Ranges and drill-ability of the gauges are all user-definable

Tables of data can be just as easily displayed as charts. As partial page rendering is used, sifting through pages of table records is very quick.

Tables of data can be just as easily displayed as charts. As partial page rendering is used, sifting through pages of table records is very quick.

Foundation Intelligence Library (FIL) homepage. The FIL is a repository of many pre-built Projects dashboards separated by subject area.

Foundation Intelligence Library (FIL) homepage. The FIL is a repository of many pre-built Projects dashboards separated by subject area.

The Project Performance gallery in the FIL. The 80/20 tab is shown.

The Project Performance gallery in the FIL. The 80/20 tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The History tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The History tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The Seasonality tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The Seasonality tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The Tiering tab is shown.

The Project Cost gallery in the FIL. The Tiering tab is shown.

OBI Answers for Project Analytics. The default (out-of-the-box) subject areas are shown in the screenshot. Project Analytics dashboards are all created from these subject areas, which include key project dimensions and PTD/ITD/YTD/QTD metrics

OBI Answers for Project Analytics. The default (out-of-the-box) subject areas are shown in the screenshot. Project Analytics dashboards are all created from these subject areas, which include key project dimensions and PTD/ITD/YTD/QTD metrics

The Project Cost subject area in BI Answers for Project Analytics. As can be seen by the columns selected in the screenshot, the full project reporting hierarchy is featured; this includes programs, 18 levels of project hierarchy and 18 levels of the (task) work breakdown structure.

The Project Cost subject area in BI Answers for Project Analytics. As can be seen by the columns selected in the screenshot, the full project reporting hierarchy is featured; this includes programs, 18 levels of project hierarchy and 18 levels of the (task) work breakdown structure.

24 Aug, 2009 by

Business Intelligence

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