Oracle Data Visualization Cloud

Oracle Data Visualization Cloud

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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud

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Popular Features

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Drill-down analysis (9)

9.1
91%

Customizable dashboards (9)

8.8
88%

Formatting capabilities (9)

8.4
84%

Publish to Web (9)

8.3
83%

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What is Oracle Data Visualization Cloud?

The Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is a PaaS and part of the Oracle Analytics Cloud suite of products.

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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Features Scorecard

BI Standard Reporting

8.5
85%

Ad-hoc Reporting

8.5
85%

Report Output and Scheduling

8.7
87%

Data Discovery and Visualization

8.4
84%

Product Details

What is Oracle Data Visualization Cloud?

The Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is a PaaS and part of the Oracle Analytics Cloud suite of products. For more information visit https://www.oracle.com/business-analytics/data-visualization/capabilities.html

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Oracle Data Visualization Cloud?

The Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is a PaaS and part of the Oracle Analytics Cloud suite of products.

What are Oracle Data Visualization Cloud's top competitors?

TIBCO Spotfire and Anaconda are common alternatives for Oracle Data Visualization Cloud.

What is Oracle Data Visualization Cloud's best feature?

Reviewers rate Publish to PDF highest, with a score of 9.3.

Who uses Oracle Data Visualization Cloud?

The most common users of Oracle Data Visualization Cloud are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

Reviews and Ratings

 (19)

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Emily Barkley | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud enables me to reduce time collecting, preparing, modeling, and visualizing data scattered in all ETL services.
  • Collect data across all external data sources regardless of the size.
  • Allows users to reuse data models.
  • Reduce overall cost since rebuilding models isn’t needed.
  • Unavailability of mobile application, mainly on-premise solutions.
  • Lacks enough documentation for collecting data from on-premise services.
There are tons of data warehouse solutions out there in the market, but I would recommend either SAP DWC or this solution since they are more or less the same. With Oracle Data Visualization Cloud, I do not need to manually visualize data.
Not yet, but I'm interested in Oracle user groups
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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Data Visualization Cloud helps my clients to tell stories starting from their data stored in different legacy systems. The Oracle tool is a solid solution to visualize your data and extract meaningful insight about your company and your market. It could be useful for a large range of business objectives and like any other Oracle solution allows integrating different sources through a robust and reliable solution.
  • Puts together data from different sources.
  • Extracts insights from your data.
  • Provides machine learning capabilities.
  • User experience.
  • Initial setup.
  • Guided dashboard configuration.
Oracle Data Visualization is very effective if used in an enterprise context with huge volumes of data coming from different systems. It supports dashboard and reporting capabilities and is easy to scale. It also allows you to leverage machine learning capabilities to extract hidden data trends. Visualization capabilities are powerful but not so various if compared to other solutions on the market. If you want to present a dashboard to an executive audience and you want to make your dashboards beautiful you must adapt them through PowerPoint.
No
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud tool is used for various reporting purposes in oracle implementation. We can achieve multiple functionalities using this tool. It can be implemented for various reporting purposes, generating different types of invoices, creating check prints for the customers. These different templates can be used for multiple purposes while performing day-to-day business activities like sending invoice print to the vendors, communicating receipt-related details, etc.
  • Creating check prints
  • Customer invoice print
  • PO receipt
  • The only betterment we can do in this application is if oracle provides the method to implement CLOB data which contains audio, videos that will really make the application to the next level.
It can be implemented for meeting wherever business needs notifying different stakeholders after performing any activities. For example, if an invoice is generated for any purchase using Oracle applications the user will be immediately notified using the functionalities of email triggering which contains purchasing details in the pdf form and hence improving the process of communications.
Not yet, but I'm interested in Oracle user groups
I am interested in the Oracle user group where people from different parts of the world share their experiences regarding the complexities of any issues.
George Yates | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
I utilized Oracle Data Visualization Cloud in my organization to solve a variety of business analytics needs, from providing live updating dashboards to the relevant executive teams, to analyzing the impact of various business moves on profitability and on customer use patterns. This has solved our problem of a lack of visibility into the actual impact of initiatives and reporting them to relevant people
  • Providing live dashboards
  • Sending scheduled reports
  • Intaking data from a variety of sources
  • Overall usability
  • Connection to newer data sources
  • Dated interface
Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is very well suited to your business if you have a large amount of oracle applications already within your tech stack. If you're looking to connect to data sources outside of the Oracle universe, you can expect to run into problems fairly regularly
No
Score 9 out of 10
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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud has been used to reduce data clutter for our management services and to quickly determine where there has been a need for improvement. We use data every day so having the ability to go through it quickly and easily to determine how it can effectively be improved and utilized to best improve day-to-day operations and procedures.
  • Effective data analysis
  • Deciphering data
  • Obtaining actionable insights
  • Cost
  • User capability
  • Support for issues
In the property management industry, being able to work visually can improve communication and workflows between our teams, especially when we are in a remote setting. We have been able to identify and address situations where collaboration is needed even when we are not in the same room, let alone the same state.
Not yet, but I'm interested in Oracle user groups
I am not a member of any user groups; however, I am interested in joining and learning more. I think it is very useful and beneficial to take part in user groups, as this can allow you to get insight from others on things that you might not have been aware of and then be able to share with others.
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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We use Oracle Data Visualization Cloud service for our data warehouse visualization use cases. In our data warehouse, we use data generated by our front-end applications like Salesforce and back-office applications like Oracle ERP to perform data analysis and also visualization.
  • Big data
  • Relatively quick
  • Prebuilt joints
  • Current limit is 50 MB for xlsx data import. Could increase that.
  • Glitches in xls import on data format that is relatively common
  • List visualization does not consistently work
In an enterprise where your suite of products is heavily Oracle based, the product would work well because of pre-built connectors and data consistencies. For a company where you have a mish-mash of various applications, the effort spent to connect your data and build various custom integrations may not yield the results you seek.
No
Judy L. Berglund | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is a piece of framework to the much larger Oracle Technology Network. Oracle Data Visualization Cloud can be utilized on the desktop and can initially be trialed for free. It provides for data analysis and visuals, enabling end users to very quickly sort through massive amounts of data very quickly and cohesively. Oracle Data Visualization Cloud resides in the cloud and can be used virtually by an entire department, by end user, etc. Users can format the way they would like to present the data, by column, sort, various heading methods, etc. Ease of use is very key with this tool. It doesn't take very long at all to begin working and mastering the product; point and click and you're off running. It's important to note the product utilizes machine learning, which in today's very extensive informational environments is key to simplification.
  • Report generation
  • Self-service tool
  • Flexible
  • Choosing the right charts can take time on presenting data
  • Using predictable patterns (e.g., machine learning) does take a little time
  • Formation of data; if you're not certain, it may take time to figure that aspect out
Great for analytics, presentation of data, and creating slick data charts. Well suited towards providing eye-catching charts and graphical data, presenting to C-level upper management. I think overall this is a great product and I have not found an area were it would not be well suited.
No
Danilo Roberto Zerón | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
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The Oracle Data Visualization Cloud tool empowers our organization in the realm of hyper-granular audience development. The primary business objective that Oracle Data Visualization Cloud supports within our day-to-day operations is functioning as an audience research and implementation resource. The consumer and buyer-type profiles that integrate the behaviors, demographics, and interests available on the back-end of social media audience targeting continue to provide value to our marketing efforts!
  • Data visualization
  • Audience building
  • Audience expansion
  • Low accessibility for SMBs
  • Non-exclusivity of data partnerships
  • Automation in audience selection and retargeting
One exemplary scenario where Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is well suited would be developing an audience targeting plan from scratch, or expanding on an existing audience segment, and doing so in a hyper-targeted and granular manner on the back-end of social media marketing. One example where it might be less appropriate or suitable to leverage Oracle Data Visualization Cloud is when an advertiser is strictly focused on design, user experience, and functionality of a digital presence rather than the audience targeting component.
No
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
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We started using Data Visualization in Business Intelligence area to help end users with their reporting needs and Dashboards. Dashboards and reports with geographic locations are added advantage to the Data Visualization Cloud. Users are happy with the Data Visualization reports and Dashboards where we can leverage various maps according to user requirements.
  • Data Visualization desktop is very easy to install.
  • Creating a Dashboard is a simple and easy process.
  • We are still in the process of leveraging all the functions/features available with DV, we don't see any issues with our current development.
Easy to create visualizations and projects that shows the trends in company. Data Visualization allows data to be uploaded from multiple sources. We can create insights and stories which can be shared with other uses for analysis.
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