EPM Cloud, EPM Cloud Reporting, EPM Reporting, EPRCS, Financial Reporting, Hyperion Financial Reporting, Narrative Reporting, Oracle, Oracle EPM, Report Books

Narrative Reporting: The Series – Episode 1: Books

What it is folks?! Happy football season, happy Fall, and happy Open World week! Wow, it has been a minute, glad to be back in cyberspace. The problem with being on projects is I don’t have time to work on blogging, tweeting, and sharing my love and knowledge of Oracle EPM Cloud with all of… Continue reading Narrative Reporting: The Series – Episode 1: Books

EPM Cloud, EPM Cloud Reporting, EPM Reporting, EPRCS, Narrative Reporting, Oracle, Oracle EPM

EPRCS June 2019 Update: New Name, Who Dis?!

What it is folks! Some big changes are coming to our favorite Oracle EPM Cloud tools in the June 2019 update, and I must say, I’m pretty excited. To celebrate, a group of esteemed professionals put together a blog hop. If you follow the blog hop (links down at the bottom), you’ll hear a variety… Continue reading EPRCS June 2019 Update: New Name, Who Dis?!

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Duplicating Financial Reporting Books in EPRCS

What it is folks?! A happy belated New Years to everyone. My apologies for not blogging in January, I have been wicked busy with projects and gearing up for the upcoming 2019 conference season (more on that in an upcoming post). Today’s post is on one of the projects I've been working on which is… Continue reading Duplicating Financial Reporting Books in EPRCS

Conference Season, Conferences, Kscope, Oracle, Oracle EPM

Preparing for Kscope: Writing an Abstract

What it is folks?! Happy Pre-Thanksgiving Day. While many of you probably have turkey, spending time with friends and family, the Macy's day parade and football on the brain, don't forget that abstracts for Kscope19 are due in a few weeks! However, no need to fret just yet my friends, I am here to help… Continue reading Preparing for Kscope: Writing an Abstract