March 6, 2017

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events

Red Pill Analytics is looking forward to heading back to Las Vegas for Collaborate17 on April 2– 6, 2016. We are lucky to have our presenters join the amazing list of presentations and panels on the #C17LV schedule. Make sure to add these great sessions from Red Pill Analytics to your Collaborate17 schedule. Up Your Analytics Ante With Oracle Advanced Analytics […]

March 16, 2016

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, General, Red Pill News

The snow is melting and Spring is almost here… which sounds like the perfect time to make a trip to Utah. Stewart Bryson, Oracle ACE Director and Red Pill Analytics Founder, is headed there at the end of March for UTOUG Training Days. This annual conference is held by the Utah Oracle User Group on […]

February 23, 2016

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

If you haven’t seen the buzz of excitement on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn you need to check out the selected speakers for ODTUG’s Kscope16. As usual the sessions and presenter list for June 26–30 is impressive. Red Pill Analytics is honored to be among these speakers and be included in the Kscope16 schedule. Below we have listed all […]

January 8, 2016

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

Where in the world will Red Pill Analytics be this January? Heading to California of course! Our 2016 calendar is already filling up with great events and opportunites in the Analytics, Business Intelligence and OBIEE spaces and it all begins this month. We are joining leading experts in the industry at the BIWA Summit on […]

September 30, 2015

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

Wouldn’t it be remarkable to find a group of people who use the same Oracle technologies, connect those people in meaningful ways, and build a community using those connections? Users could share tips, training, and real-world experiences, improving everyone’s technical capabilities, while building lasting relationships. Then… imagine if these groups had events where the community […]