Oracle Cloud ERP
According to industry research, Oracle Cloud ERP is among the fastest-growing cloud-based ERP solutions in the market today. In fact, Oracle Cloud ERP is placed in the leader category in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. But there is a crying need in the market for self-service reporting and analytics solutions for business users to generate insights and gather intelligence from data stored in Oracle Cloud ERP along with data from other sources. And, Orbit Reporting and Analytics is designed to do just that.
Orbit Reporting and Analytics seamlessly integrates with Oracle Cloud Applications, making it easy for a business user to build dashboards and reports based on your cloud application data. Orbit is designed to truly extend your organization’s reporting capabilities and will act as a supplement to Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) and BI Publisher.
Oracle Cloud Applications Integration
As an Oracle Gold Partner, Orbit Reporting and Analytics seamlessly integrates with Oracle Cloud Applications, making it easy for you to build reports based on your cloud application data. You can also unify Oracle Cloud with data from other sources, including Oracle EBS or PeopleSoft, to gain a 360° view of your operations.
Real Time Drilldown to Your Subledger Data
Improve your reconciliation process and achieve a faster period close with complete drilldown from balances to subledger with hundreds of pre-built reports.
Simple and Secure Report Distribution
Do everything inside Excel. Fast, easy distribution of financial reports without switching between applications.
For Cloud Financials, EBS, and NetSuite
Build financial statements from live data in Oracle Cloud Financials, Oracle EBS Financial reporting, NetSuite, and more.
One of the most common reasons business users chose Orbit for reporting and analytics is our ability to offer self-service, without the need for too much intervention from IT. Orbit seamlessly integrates with Oracle Cloud ERP applications, making it easy for business users to extract data and build customized reports and dashboards.
Ideal Tool for Operational Reporting and Analytics
Enterprises around the world are dealing with high-volumes of operational data being generated every moment. This data is distributed across multiple business applications, ERPs, and CRMs.
The key to effective reporting, analytics, and business intelligence is to bring in all the data together into a single unified data warehouse. Orbit Reporting and Analytics comes with more than 200 integrators and database connectors that allow you to combine data from any system.
With our product, one can gain instant access to data from across the enterprise. In addition to bringing in data from Oracle Cloud ERP, Orbit is able to combine this data with CRM from a Salesforce CRM or even external data sets. All this data is transformed into advanced analytics models to derive holistic insights. The key feature is our ability to bring in a unified view from a range of data sets.
Designed for Financial Reporting
Finance teams are able to build financial reports with ease using Orbit. Orbit seamlessly integrates with Oracle Cloud Financials, and a business user is able to build financial statements using real-time data.
Orbit helps expedite the reconciliation and period-end close process and ensures the entire process of financial reporting is efficient, accurate, and reliable.
The finance team is able to get quick answers to key business questions, with hundreds of subledger drill-down reports for modules like Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, Inventory, Purchasing, and more. Orbit makes it seamless to create charts, apply filters, and use conditional formatting to view journal activity for any balance.
Drill Down within Excel with real-time data from Oracle Cloud ERP
Orbit’s GLSense for Financial Reporting helps to produce financial reports with the convenience of Excel, but without the complexity and risk that comes from managing spreadsheets.
With GLSense, you can quickly build financial statements within Microsoft Excel. When you create a new statement, it will automatically populate with live data on Oracle Cloud Financials. It makes it easy for your finance team to perform ad-hoc general ledger account analysis.