BROOMFIELD — Datavail Corp., a provider of managed services for data and database administration, has acquired Art of BI Software, an Oracle analytics consulting company.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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In addition to consulting expertise, the acquisition brings to Broomfield-based Datavail a range of software products that will expand Datavail’s expertise in the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition platform and Hyperion, a management software acquired by Oracle in 2007.
The Oracle platform can provide interactive dashboards, ad hoc queries, mobile analytics, notifications and alerts, enterprise and financial reporting.
Christian Screen, founder and chief executive of Art of BI, headquartered in Fort Mill, S.C., will become the leader of Datavail’s Oracle BI practice.
“We’re excited to bring Christian and his team on board to expand and deepen our expertise in Oracle’s offerings in the BI and analytics space,” Scott Frock, Datavail’s chief operating officer, said in a prepared statement. “This acquisition aligns with our core vision to be a leader in helping clients manage and leverage their data.”
Datavail manages the databases of some of Oracle’s largest and most complex database installations, and works with those clients for end-to-end support, including installation, configuration and managed operational support.