Thursday, December 13, 2018
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Tom Dimock, Oracle EPM Consultant, Vertical Edge Consulting
Glenn Saunders, Partner, Nuage
Gain better insights into your ERP data by leveraging pre-built integrations that allow for data to flow directly into your analytics tool. With NetSuite and Oracle Planning Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) you get the best of both worlds.
In this webinar, learn how NetSuite can streamline business processes and ensure accurate normalized data that can then flow into PBCS for further analysis including what-if scenario modeling and rolling forecasts.
The fact of the matter is your ERP system should be your primary system of record, but it does not always allow for the advanced financial modeling needed by organizations. With the combination of NetSuite and PBCS, finance can finally start to analyze future business trends based on historical analysis to determine where the business is going.
Don’t get stuck looking into where the business has been; use technology to automate data analysis with NetSuite and PBCS.
Reschedule your meetings and don’t miss this webinar!
About the Presenters:
Oracle EPM Consultant, Vertical Edge Consulting Group
Tom has worked as an Oracle EPM Consultant for two years. In his current role, he assists organizations in the adaptation and use of Oracle EPM technologies, both on-premise and Cloud.
Prior to joining Vertical Edge, Tom worked in a corporate IT/Finance role where he developed and maintained a wide variety of Hyperion models including operational Expense and Revenue, Workforce labor and Project models. Tom holds an MBA from Binghamton University and a Business degree from Le Moyne College.
Glenn has been working in the ERP and EPM space for 13 years in a variety of roles including Consultant, Project Management, Subject Matter Expert and Solution Architect. Glenn is an expert in NetSuite ERP and enjoys working with clients to design solutions to complex business processes. Glenn holds a Business Administration and Accounting degree from Washington and Lee University.