Where will you be in June 2019?
We hope in Seattle for KSCOPE19.
The best conference to attend for the smartest people on the planet working in the Oracle stack. Whether you are a developer, administrator, architect or business user, KSCOPE has something for everyone.
Don’t Miss our Presentations at Kscope19:
Essbase in the Cloud in 60 minutes or Less
Presenters: Vince Tran, Vice President of Operations
and Bill Day, Director of Operations
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 • 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM
Room 605/610, Level 6
Oracle Analytics Cloud – Essbase is built on the Essbase platform. It leverages the best of the on-premises software and adds new functionality for the cloud. You can now increase the available size and complexity of your models while reducing the complexity of deploying them. The cloud platform service offers you specially built technology to facilitate your rapid deployment of on-the-fly analytic models, enabling you to extend them as your business needs evolve or discard them in favor of your new models. By creating and sharing these ad hoc models, you can quickly build and collaborate using Microsoft Excel and Web interfaces. The elasticity and scalability of the cloud platform mean you can scale the service up or down depending on workloads and usage requirements.
With Oracle Analytics Cloud – Essbase, you can get started immediately, because it requires no initial investment. Your subscription includes everything that you need. You do not need to license, install, upgrade, or patch software. You do not have to buy, install, or configure hardware. Using the new application workbook upload, you can also leverage the deep product expertise of the worldwide Oracle Hyperion Partner network and the Essbase gallery templates to develop and deploy cloud-based analytic models quickly.
Let’s show you how to stand up an Essbase cube on OAC in less than 60 minutes!
Using FCC to Move in the Right Direction at Deflecto
Presenter: Greg Stieglitz, EPM Consultant
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 • 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Room: 310, Level 3
Discover how we used Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud (FCC) to provide a successful consolidation solution, replacing Hyperion Enterprise at Deflecto, a global leader in air distribution products and office accessories. Learn how HE dimensions relate to FCC dimensions and how to effectively leverage the additional dimensions available in FCC. We will provide an overview of FCC and the functionality included out of the box and discuss how FCC is designed to expedite implementation. Additionally, we will explain the unique benefits of the Movement dimension in reporting cash flow and balance sheet roll forwards. Finally, we will discuss options available during setup, customizations needed, and other tips and tricks for using FCC.
Greg Stieglitz is an EPM consultant with over 11 years of experience in the Oracle Hyperion suite of products. He specializes in the financial consolidation products; Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud (FCC), Hyperion Financial Management (HFM), and Hyperion Enterprise. He has expertise in each phase of implementation, including requirements gathering, application design and build, and training of end users. Greg also has years of experience with Hyperion Planning and Hyperion Essbase.
On June 22, 2019 at KSCOPE19, Vertical Edge Consulting Group is excited to partner with ODTUG as a supporter of the Annual Community Service Day. This year, members from across the Oracle Community will volunteer their time at Pike Market Food Bank. Their mission is to alleviate hunger in downtown Seattle by providing families with free healthy groceries weekly. The food bank distributes more than 800,000 pounds of food annually with more than 40,000 visits and home deliveries. In operation since 1979, the Pike Market Food Bank is a fixture of Market life and part of a community approach to ensure that all residents in downtown Seattle have access to quality and nutritious food.
For more information and to register and join members of the Vertical Edge team in this service day project, click here