Incorta Announces Native Delta Sharing Integration, New Data Apps
Incorta accelerates time to insight for operational analytics with new capabilities and enhancements for data architects and engineers.
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Incorta, a platform for real-time operational analytics on raw business data, has announced new capabilities and enhancements, including Delta Sharing compatibility, and several new data appsthat offer prebuilt business schemas and dashboards for Oracle EBS, Oracle ERP and EPM Clouds, NetSuite, SAP, and others.
Delta Sharing is an open protocol for secure data sharing. The upgrade is a native integration that enables Incorta customers to quickly and easily share operational data across a wide variety of data platforms and solutions.
Data apps make it fast and easy to get operational data from source systems and prepare it for business analysis. The analytics blueprints eliminate the need for complex star schemas and make it easy to start analyzing operational data in a few steps with prebuilt, flexible data pipelines, effectively demystifying the traditional steps associated with turning raw operational data into business-ready data.
“Every company today struggles with operational analytics. Almost nobody talks about it, but even the most advanced companies of our time -- the tech titans and pioneers of ‘data-as-a-service’ -- are stuck with this monkey on their back,” said Matthew Halliday, Incorta co-founder and EVP of Product. “Incorta solves this problem, and our data apps are a springboard to even faster time to insight, eliminating much of the work needed to access, organize, and present data from popular business systems such as Oracle EBS, ERP Cloud, NetSuite, SAP, JD Edwards, Salesforce, and a rapidly growing number of others.”
Incorta enables data practitioners to analyze raw business data and dramatically shorten the data pipeline. It directly maps to source application data, eliminating traditional transformation and aggregation steps. A self-service semantic layer enables business users to access and analyze all their data, with full transactional detail that is identical to the source, and allows them to enjoy unmatched performance even against billions of records.
More information is available at Incorta.