By Paul Hoch on February 21st, 2017
EPM in the Cloud is fast becoming the new normal as Oracle continues to add to its suite of Cloud products. As companies transition Planning applications to the Cloud, they often have questions about how things like existing spreadsheets, reports, and processes going to work once they migrate.
By Paul Hoch on February 1st, 2017
If you’re working with Hyperion Planning, the good news is that the cloud versions —PBCS and EPBCS—offer the same data type features. The key thing to know is that the configuration is slightly different. This post will show you how to enhance your Planning cloud application with non-financial data such as Text or Dates.
By TopDown Team on December 20th, 2016
The cloud versions of Hyperion Planning—PBCS and EPBCS—offer the same data type features as in the On-Premise versions. The configuration is slightly different. This post will show you how to enhance your Planning cloud application with non-Financial data such as Text or Dates.
By Thomas Thuresson on December 13th, 2016
At a recent engagement, we needed to load Actuals from a Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) application to a new Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) application. We were able to take advantage of the newly released PSU for FDMEE (18.104.22.168 PSU 200), which introduced some exciting new features, including the ability to add a Cloud application as a target application.
By TopDown Team on June 21st, 2016
We recently finished a very successful PBCS driver-based budgeting project. There are a lot of reasons why the project was successful. One big reason was the great team on the customer’s side. In particular, the customers project owner had a deep understanding of driver-based budgeting and how to use it to help his stakeholders. I’ve…
By TopDown Team on October 31st, 2012
Budgeting and forecasting is often a stressful undertaking for FP&A as well as Oracle Hyperion Planning administrators. Preparation is key to ensuring you successfully complete your budgeting and forecasting on time and without errors. Having a “flight plan” is the best way to achieve this. The more you prepare the easier your Forecast should be.…