Business Objects, the world's leading provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions, announced the availability of new integration kits for connecting the Oracle family of applications with BusinessObjects XI Release 2. Business Objects provides customers with access to Oracle solutions and applications, including Oracle databases, Oracle OLAP multidimensional cubes, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel, and Oracle's e-Business Suite applications.

BusinessObjects XI Release 2 provides Oracle customers with BI on top of their Oracle infrastructure. The solution provides Oracle customers with an insulation layer that protects end-users from any changes going on behind the scenes with their IT infrastructure. By offering a BI solution that is separated from the transactional systems, Business Objects helps companies avoid disruptions and will allow Oracle customers to migrate to Fusion without impacting reporting and business intelligence access.

The BusinessObjects XI Release 2 integration kits deliver rapid deployment capabilities, seamless integration, and BI on a proven and flexible architecture. These kits offer pre-built integration for faster time to benefit and feature native drivers and security plug-ins that leverage the existing security infrastructure. Using the integration kits, customers can unlock the value of their transactional data through secured reporting, interactive dashboards, and scorecards while easing the management and distribution of sensitive corporate information within their various Oracle environments.

Business Objects is an Oracle Certified Partner and the only third-party BI platform embedded across all of Oracle's PeopleSoft and JD Edwards applications. In addition, Business Objects already supports Oracle Fusion Middleware - the foundation for future Oracle enterprise applications. Business Objects is committed to openness across operating systems, application servers, and databases. As an independent BI provider, Business Objects has incentives to provide world-class access to information stored in other non-Oracle systems, such as SAP, legacy, and industry specific applications across a company's heterogeneous enterprise - delivering a 360-degree view of business information.

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