In 2007, Oracle acquired Hyperion, a leading provider of performance management software. The transaction extends Oracle's business intelligence capabilities to offer the most comprehensive system for enterprise performance management. Over the past few years, Oracle has significantly reoriented our business intelligence product strategy, shifting our focus from offering a solution that works for Oracle-only environments towards offering a best-of-breed business intelligence and performance management product family that will work with heterogeneous information sources in an enterprise, both Oracle and non-Oracle. The acquisition of Hyperion extends our business intelligence product strategy. Customers are increasingly using performance management and business intelligence together. Hyperion adds complementary products to Oracle's business intelligence offerings including a leading enterprise planning solution, world-class financial close and reporting products, and a powerful multi-source OLAP server. Coupled with Oracle's BI tools and pre-packaged analytic applications, the combination redefines business intelligence and performance management by providing the first integrated, end-to-end Enterprise Performance Management System that spans planning, financial close, operational analytic applications, BI tools, reporting, and data integration, all on a unified BI platform. After the acquisition, we introduced a new product family called Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Plus. This integrated suite includes all of the Oracle and Hyperion reporting and analysis tools. Since 2007, we have released new versions of the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System, which include continued innovations and capabilities to improve business insights and decision-making. Read more about the latest release. In 2010, we released Oracle Business Intelligence 11g, which provides the most complete and integrated suite of BI tools in the market. Read more about this release.
SQR (Hyperion SQR Production Reporting, Part of OBIEE) is a programming language designed for generating reports from database management systems. The name is an acronym of Structured Query Reporter, which suggests its relationship to SQL (Structured Query Language). Any SQL statement can be embedded in an SQR program. History SQR, in the early 80's was given out as a 'free' add-on to Gupta's SQLBase. At the time (1985?), SQLBase was the only relational database that could be run on PCs (x86) machines. SQR was written by a programmer, Israel Stern, in Cleveland, probably around 1984 or 1985. SQ Software created SQR in the mid 1980s. It had a marketing agreement with D & N Systems, which changed its name to SQL Solutions and was later acquired by Sybase Inc. Sybase purchased SQ Software in the early 1990s. To avoid competing directly with Oracle Corporation, Sybase had a marketing and development agreement with MITI for the Oracle database versions of SQR. MITI acquired the full rights to SQR in the mid 1990s. MITI changed its name to SQRiBE Technologies in 1997. Brio Technology acquired SQRiBE in August, 1999. Brio Technology later changed its name to Brio Software. Brio licensed the compiler source code to PeopleSoft Inc. sometime around 2000. Hyperion Solutions Corporation acquired Brio Software in October, 2003. Oracle Corporation acquired PeopleSoft in December, 2004. In March 2007, Oracle Corporation acquired Hyperion Solutions. SQR-Related Products ORACLE: Hyperion SQR Production Reporting - System 9 (Release 9.3.1, 2008); ORACLE: Hyperion SQR Production Reporting - System 11 (Release 11.1.2, 2010); ORACLE: PeopleSoft Enterprise Tools & Technology (PeopleTools, Release 8.52, 2011) General Components SQR Server SQR Viewer SQR Print SQR Execute SQR Workbench for Windows; SQR Developer Features SQR is notable for its powerful database and printing functions. It can embed any SQL statement almost anywhere in a program. There is a version of SQR that can use multidimensional databases like Essbase.
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