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NuWave Solutions, a Thought Leader in Business Intelligence and Analytics, has been Appointed to the Oracle Middleware and Business Analytics Partner Advisory Council

16/09/2014 by

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NuWave Chief Technology Officer, Rob Castle, and NuWave Vice President, Private Sector, Jim McHugh, have been invited to attend the Oracle Middleware and Business Analytics Partner Advisory Council on September 26, 2014. Oracle approached Mr. Castle and Mr. McHugh to attend this exclusive event because they are both recognized as experts and thought-leaders in Oracle Endeca Information Discovery (OEID) and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) products.

The Oracle Middleware and Business Analytics Partner Advisory Council will take place in San Francisco, California just days before the start of Oracle OpenWorld. It will provide an opportunity for the audience to meet and drive closer engagement with the global Oracle Product Management team. Some of the topics to be discussed will be the roadmap of Oracle products and feedback on partner project experience.

NuWave achieved Oracle Partner Network Status (OPN) in December 2013 and has created a product roadmap of their own. Earlier this year Mr. Castle and Mr. McHugh, with the help of other NuWave employees, custom-developed the Vilocity Analytic Framework. Vilocity combines OEID's guided navigation and filtering with OBIEE's ad hoc query, reporting, dashboard, and scorecard features to deliver the best of descriptive analytics and self-service discovery in one platform.

"I was very excited when Rob and I were appointed to sit on the Advisory Council. I just wish there were more seats because every member of the NuWave team deserves to be up here," says Jim McHugh, Vice President, Private Sector, of NuWave. "It is a collaborative, team effort that continues to make the Vilocity project a success."

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