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Consolidation Applications – The Path Forward

By on August 2nd, 2018

When it comes to consolidations, it’s time to start looking at what your consolidation tool will be after 2020, and the consolidation tool evaluation does need to include HFM, FCCS, and OneStream.

Kscope18 – Opening Day Highlights

By on June 11th, 2018

The product marketing and product development team from Oracle, including Mark Seewald, Shankar Viswanathan, Matt Bradley, Rich Wilkie, and Rajesh Bhatia kicked of Kscope18 with a lot of information about what’s next for Oracle EPM. The Cloud is getting a lot of love, but Oracle has not forgotten the on-premise apps.

EPM Cloud – Where Art and Technology Converge

By 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.

Oracle FCCS in 2018

By on January 4th, 2018

Oracle Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud Service (FCCS) is an evolution of the consolidation solutions that Oracle/Hyperion have developed, as market-leading solutions from IMRS Micro Control to Hyperion Enterprise to Hyperion Financial Management (HFM), for the past 3 decades. Since FCCS was introduced to the market about 2 years ago, there has been a steady growth of its capabilities. 2018 brings great news in terms of major FCCS enhancements that have arrived or will be arriving soon.

Reconciling Data in Oracle EPM or OneStream CM

By on December 28th, 2017

Most organizations severely underestimate what it takes to reconcile data. They often don’t consider how much historical data is needed and other items that need to be accounted for. Whether you are working with Oracle EPM or OneStream CM applications, the best way to make sure data reconciliation is smooth and mostly uneventful is to take a planned and considered approach. 

FCCS: Where Are We Now?

By on December 25th, 2017

It’s been almost a year since we first took a look at FCCS. A lot has changed in that time. FCCS functionality and performance continues to move closer to parity with HFM. As a result, we are seeing increased interest from clients who eager to know more about FCCS. It’s time to take a deeper look at FCCS and embrace it as the consolidation solution for the new era of cloud computing. 

NEW Data Load Possibilities in Cloud Data Management & FDMEE

By 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.

Consolidations and Oracle FCCS?

By on December 19th, 2017

Finance teams are increasingly looking to technology for more agility, scalability, and deeper insights into the business partnering role. In 2017, readers were seeking new ways to get better reporting out of their financial systems. Now we’ll extend the discussion to Oracle FCCS.

Another Look at Reconciling Data

By on November 7th, 2017

Most organizations severely underestimate what it takes to reconcile data. They often don’t consider how much historical data is needed and other items that need to be accounted for. The best way to make sure data reconciliation is smooth and mostly uneventful is to take a planned and considered approach.

Are Your Oracle EPM Systems Out of Support Without You Knowing It?

By on October 24th, 2017

The good news is that Oracle has extended support to 2020 for on-premise EPM applications but what you may not realize is that you are likely still not fully supported. The policy is vague about the version numbers, making it seem like any number after 11.1.2.x is supported. The missing piece is the Error Correction Policy, which indicates only specific versions and patches are fully supported.

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