Tags » EPM

CEO Out at Adaptive Planning / Adaptive Insights

Although I don’t know the circumstances of the seemingly sudden CEO change at Adaptive Insights (formerly known as Adaptive Planning) I can share what appears to be known at this point along with a few observations. 619 more words

Venture Capital

Post Treatment Week 2 Report

Thursday marked two weeks since our initial EPM treatment. She also got another dose of the medication and will get one finally dose Saturday.

So far, so good! 217 more words

Horse

Really using ODI 12c for Data Integration with Oracle Hyperion Planning/Essbase

On Kscope 14 Oracle announced that ODI 12c would not have support to Planning/Essbase and HFM. You people could imagine that this bomb would make a lot of noise in EPM world. 1,516 more words

ODI Expert

EPM 11.1.2.2.500 - IE10, Windows 8, Office 2013 compatibility

On Wednesday, July 16, Oracle released EPM version 11.1.2.2.500. It appears as if this patch is very much the same as Oracle did with the 11.1.2.3.500 patch, where multiple products are patched in one large EPM bundle patch. 238 more words

Infrastructure

Get out of the Fog About Cloud Technology

This is the first in a series of posts about cloud technology

by Eyefinity Senior Product Manager Andrew Lee

There is a tremendous amount of buzz in the industry about “the cloud” and cloud-based systems. 397 more words

KScope14 presentation: Unleashing Hyperion Planning Security Using ODI

Hi all!

We are back from KScope14! What a great conference! KScope is indeed the world’s greatest EPM conference ever! It’s the best place to talk to the best EPM professionals, learn about cutting edge technology and, in our case, also present some of the work that we are currently working on :) 67 more words

ODI

Why, as CEO, I Love Driver-Based Planning

While driver-based planning is a bit of an old buzzword (the first two Google hits date to 2009 and 2011 respectively), I am nevertheless a huge fan of driver-based planning not because the concept was sexy back in the day, but because it’s incredibly useful.   1,002 more words

Strategy