By Thomas Thuresson on July 26th, 2018
Let’s take a look at a recent Oracle EPBCS project where we used this relatively new feature in Data Management to automate the load of three large dimensions from flat files sourced from a data warehouse. The setup is straightforward, and Oracle has made it easy to add the new target dimensions.
By TopDown Team on March 14th, 2018
It’s National Pi Day, the day of the year where we honor mathematics. Let’s talk about how the best EPM solution brings together math and art to socialize the change in a consumable manner so that users will and do embrace the change that comes with a migration to the cloud.
By TopDown Team on January 10th, 2018
Every year TopDown showcases our top blog posts for the year. These are topics that most interest clients, referral sources, editors, Oracle, and even competitors recognize who all recognize us as one of the foremost authorities on, and the go-to organization for, Enterprise Performance Management solutions on-premise and in the cloud. To kick off 2018, our experts have looked at the Top 10 Blog Posts for 2017 and weighed in on what these topics will mean in 2018.
By Danny Booher on December 29th, 2017
While the push toward the cloud most certainly gained steam in 2017, some applications are not yet robust enough to accommodate the needs of the business. As a result, the most popular topic in 2017 was data integration and FDMEE (a topic that will no doubt remain a hot one in 2018). This new blog post discusses integration and a Hybrid Approach to help companies decide which option best accommodates the goals and needs of the business.
By TopDown Team on December 22nd, 2017
Managing data integration between different applications is a common challenge many companies face and this is FDMEE comes in handy. The fundamental purpose of this applications is mapping. As more applications move to the cloud, understanding how to correctly map one source to account to multiple targets is key to successful integration.
By Thomas Thuresson on December 21st, 2017
As the number of cloud applications increases, many companies still find themselves in a position where they need to integrate data between on-premise and cloud applications. FDMEE offers a number of different features, including Hybrid Implementation Support, which lets you extract data from your on-premise HFM application and load it to the cloud. This new blog post goes over additional data load possibilities in FDMEE.
By TopDown Team on December 18th, 2017
Every year TopDown showcases our top content for the year with the Top 10 most popular blog posts. These are topics that most interest clients, referral sources, editors, Oracle, and even competitors recognize who all recognize us as one of the foremost authorities on, and the go-to organization for, Enterprise Performance Management solutions on-premise and in the cloud.
By Dwight Davis on March 21st, 2017
When companies integrate FDMEE with an ERP system, they often find that they can no longer massage data using scripting in an import format. The good news is Oracle added SQL in FDMEE. It allows you to do more than just mapping, and as a result you can use it to solve the data scrubbing problem that comes with the FDMEE and ERP integration. In this blog post, I will walk through a scenario where I did just that.
By TopDown Team on January 4th, 2017
Every year TopDown showcases our top content for the year with the Top 10 most popular blog posts. Some of these topics remain evergreen, making the list for multiple years. Other topics are more recent. To make things more interesting, this year our experts have looked at the content and weighed in on how the topic at hand fits in with the maturing of EPM in the cloud. Read on to find out what they have to say.
By Thomas Thuresson on December 29th, 2016
FDMEE remains popular with another blog post on the topic coming in the 3rd spot with, FDMEE / FDM Mapping – General Principles. This post covers the basic fundamental purpose of FDM. Thomas Thuresson, a specialist in data integration using FDM/FDMEE, has expanded on the series to include mapping to PBCS.