First, a model of the business is created using a simple browser-based designer. The model defines concepts important to the business, such as milestones, measures, and dimensions.
Second, the model is mapped by an architect to application services and components so that business-level metrics can be extracted during normal business activity. Architects can select services and components for mapping using simple visualizations of application structure in their browser.
Finally, the model is activated and the collection of metrics begins immediately. Stakeholders can start tracking metrics using pre-configured dashboards, tables, and reports. Customized dashboards and reports can also be created that let business owners prioritize metrics that are most important to their success.
Customers are demanding more direct control and customization for end-users of business applications and Oracle Real-Time Integration Business Insight offers the flexibility that business users are looking for.
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