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Engineered System for Hyperion Planning Applications

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000534984

Bid Title: Engineered System for Hyperion Planning Applications

Agency Bid No. Title: DR-040416

Received Date: 04/11/2016

Close Date: 05/03/2016

Purchase Type: 4 year term

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By Optional 04/11/2016


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The minimum requirements and the specifications for the engineered system with hardware and software designed for Hyperion Planning applications, as well as certain requests for information to be provided by Proposer as part of its proposal, are set forth below. 5.2 Key Features and BenefitsEngineered System for Hyperion Planning applications. Built using best-in-class hardware. Optimized for Oracle Essbase. Certified for Oracle Hyperion Planning applications. Delivers extreme performance for Hyperion Planning applications. Fast deployment of Hyperion Planning applications. Maximize IT productivity and minimize operational expenses by running Oracle software on Oracle Engineered Systems. Sub capacity licensing only required to license the number of available cores needed. Single vendor to communicate with regarding any service issues. Optimal environment that provides all the following factors. Reliability: Higher than 90% availability/uptime. Performance: Fast queries and high density visualization.

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Product Codes: 20651, 20890, 20991, 93921, 20442, 20617, 20416, 92031, 92064, 92045

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

State: Texas

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Shawn Cohenour UT Southwestern Medical Center, 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, Texas, 75390

Fax: 214-648-0845




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