WEBCAST

KPMG Oracle Insight series: Navigating your Hyperion path forward

Webcast overview

Disruption is changing everything and like never before planning, budgeting and forecasting are essential Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) activities to surviving and thriving. With advanced business planning capabilities in place, organizations can more easily adapt, plan and act on crucial performance drivers. 

As Oracle Hyperion customers know, eliminating spreadsheet and having the right enterprise tools in place are key to enabling this function. With Oracle ending premier support for Hyperion 11.1.2.X at the end of 2021, now is the time to evaluate whether to migrate to the recently released on-premise version or migrate to the Cloud. In addition, EPM is a great starting point for digital transformation and this is a tremendous opportunity to take a step back and look at how the EPM function can create more value to the business as it relates to reporting, analytics and automation.

Join the KPMG team on December 3rd for a CPE webcast focused on planning your EPM roadmap and next steps with Hyperion. During this session, we will examine how EPM process must evolve in order to translate business strategy into action while driving enhanced business performance.

Agenda items include: 

  • Comparison of on-premise vs cloud capabilities of Oracle EPM
  • Integration and implementation approaches
  • Gaining alignment with other digital transformation initiatives 
  • Planning your EPM path forward.

This webcast will last approximately 60 minutes. 

Continuing professional education (CPE) credit is available to U.S. participants who meet the eligibility requirements.

Panelists

Chona Salamero

Chona Salamero

Principal, Advisory, Enterprise Solutions, KPMG LLP

Karen Schreiber

Karen Schreiber

Principal, Advisory, Finance Transformation, KPMG LLP

Al Marciante

Al Marciante

Sr. Director, Product Management, Oracle

Moderator

Laura Moylan

Laura Moylan

Associate Director, Advisory, Solution Relations, KPMG LLP