I’m back in Texas after my quick in-and-out trip to present. As promised, I’m posting both my presentations and more importantly, the queries that we reviewed during my Planning repository presentation. Have a look at the files here:
Cash Forecasting Kscope15
Planning Repository Kscope15
Planning Repository Kscope15 Queries for SQL Server
I’d love to hear any questions, comments, or suggestions anyone around any of this content.
June 23, 2015
It’s been a long time since my last post. Moving and life seem to have slowed me down a bit, but I’m still here! Right now I’m in Hollywood, Florida getting ready for my presentations at Kscope15. I’m here for a quick trip in and out, so if you are at the conference, you can find me Tuesday only until around 2pm. I have two presentations:
Cash Rich, Forecasting Poor
Jun 23, 2015, Session 5, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
In many Hyperion Planning applications, cash flow is overlooked or left out of the forecast. But many well-run companies manage their Treasury operations strategically. They need to manage their cash flow and forecasting on a daily basis, and the absence of a strong cash management approach to Hyperion is a financial risk. This session will focus on one client’s approach, with a demo of an application where cash is king.
Voiding Your Warranty: The Planning Repository Exposed
Jun 23, 2015, Session 7, 11:15 am – 12:15 pm
Hyperion Planning provides an excellent platform for deploying enterprise-scale budgeting and forecasting solutions. Let’s take that world-class solution and peel the warranty label off so we can have some real fun. Learn how to delete years from the past, remove dimensions you no longer use or need, and report on secured objects and who is doing what on your applications. This session will also provide a primer to the Planning Repository and a variety of queries for attendees to take home and leave Oracle with an uneasy feeling that more support tickets could result from this session.
I hope everyone enjoys the content!
June 22, 2015