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Oracle Discoverer

Free 1-Week Migration Assessment + POC

Migrating your Oracle Discoverer reports is a complicated process not devoid of surprises.

The conversion process requires too much time and manual effort, and you may be surprised to find you have far more reports in your environment that initially estimated (most of which could be outdated or duplicates with one or two minor changes).

ennVee's free 1-week migration assessment automatically identifies all Discoverer reports and builds a complete migration project plan to help you save time and eliminate uncertainty. 

What do I receive at the end?

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We automatically identify all Discoverer reports and elements by:

  • Report type
  • Total number of reports and elements
  • Owner
  • Department/Business Unit
  • Frequency Ran
  • Duplicate or triplicate
  • Complexity
  • Scope
  • Milestones
  • Conversion Timeline(s)
  • Resourcing Plan
  • Rationalization
  • Time and Effort Estimate
  • Fixed-bid or not-to-exceed pricing options to migrate to your platform of choice.
1 Discoverer report is converted and enhanced in your platform of choice.
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HOW IT WORKS

ennVee's Automated Discoverer Migration Process

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Assess

Identify all Discoverer reports, workbooks, worksheets, business areas, etc.

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Extract

Automatically extract the reports SQL from Discoverer.

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Migrate

Migrate or convert the reports "as-is" to your target platform.

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Build

Test and enhance the migrated reports before deploying to production.

Latest Discoverer Migration Success Stories

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Migrating from Oracle Discoverer to Cognos in 4 weeks

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Migrating from Oracle Discoverer to Power BI

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Migrating from Oracle Discoverer to Microsoft SSRS

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