Oracle launches new data management system

By Catrin Jones22 July 2022

Oracle has released a new solution that combines data from Oracle Smart Construction Platform applications to give owners and contractors an understanding of performance throughout their operations.

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The company says that Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud Analytics brings together core applications, data and processes to create a common data environment which enables seamless movement between applications and data sets while working within a single project. 

The platform’s scheduling and project management capabilities synchronise planning and worksite teams around a master plan, which is said to give both visibility into a unified schedule and the task data needed to do the right work in the right place at the right time.

Additionally, the platform is said to continually learn and get smarter using machine learning technologies. Using this skill will take these past actions into consideration to flag potential risks and guide more informed decision-making in the future says Oracle.

Roz Buick, senior vice president of product, strategy, and marketing for Oracle Construction and Engineering, said, “The new Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud Analytics offering combined with the Smart Construction Platform’s predictive intelligence engine and common data environment, gives our customers a deeper, holistic understanding of their performance.”

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