In September, I attended Oracle OpenWorld 2019 and it was chock full of announcements and sessions on how Oracle is winning in the Cloud and showcasing its march towards delivering the “world’s first completely and truly autonomous cloud.” I was most intrigued with conversations focused on the state of customer cloud migration strategies and on its […]
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As a reporting tool of choice for many, how are you handling the transition away from Oracle Discoverer? A complexity with Oracle Discoverer is that it requires extensive setup of the End User Layer to effectively engage reporting capabilities before users can create and modify reports. To ensure a smooth migration, organizations need to find […]
As a follow-up to our Reconciling Oracle Projects with the General Ledger demo, we’ll dive deeper on examining the top business intelligence (BI) challenges and provide insights for streamlining the manually-intensive process of implementing reporting tools and enterprise-wide BI initiatives. Today’s BI and analytics leaders face enormous complex challenges in just trying to keep up […]
Oracle EBS Financials, Power BI and NoetixViews As a follow-up to our Simplifying Account Reconciliations demo, we’ll examine the complexity of reconciling Oracle Projects with the General Ledger, a pain point for many finance departments. To streamline your financial reporting, you need timely access to financial data to know exactly what are the budgeted versus […]
Account reconciliations are a critical process during month-end close. But given the complexity of the Oracle EBS data model, it’s a struggle for most business users to create reports on their own.
Whether you are trying to accelerate your period-end close process, manage expenses or improve cash flows, you need access to your financial data. If your organization is running on Oracle, then you know how notoriously difficult it is to report from Oracle EBS with its complex data models and thousands of tables.