Session Number: 8581
Sub-Categorization: Planning Cloud
Session Type: At a Glance
Primary Presenter: Ahmed Hani Hafez [PRACTICE MANAGER - EPM & ANALYTICS - DXC Technology]
Time: Jun 25, 2019 (08:50 AM - 09:50 AM)
Room: 602/603, Level 6
Speaker Bio: Ahmed Hafez is an Oracle EPM & BI Specialist with over 12 years of professional experience in Australia and internationally with clients of different sizes and various industries (mining, oil & gas, education, government, financial institutions, and many more). As a practice manager of analytics at DXC Technology in Australia, he utilizes exceptional leadership qualities and abilities to set strategies, design solutions, implement best practices, set standards, and lead clients in achieving their desired solution and outcomes. Ahmed is well known for taking complex technical problems/solutions and elegantly breaking them down into clear and easy to understand explanations and concepts, thus bridging the infamous gap between the business and the technical solutions required to meet the business needs and requirements. At a personal level, Ahmed lives life with the belief that you should never stop learning, so constant development and learning are key. Embracing the concepts of karma in application, he seeks knowledge from others and gives back to the community through knowledge sharing, support, and information.
Technologies or Products Used: PBCS, OACS
Session Summary for Attendees: In a world where data is king and analytics is a hot topic for all modern business leadership, we find we can achieve business value through a quick rollout of OACS for PBCS reporting, dashboarding, and advanced visualizations. These projects are not typically big projects but do deliver huge business value by providing the advanced analytics capability of OACS, while leveraging the models defined in PBCS as the source.
While PBCS has its own reporting & dashboarding capability, OACS extends this capability through enterprise-grade dashboarding & visualizations, enterprise reporting capability (the ability to report data from many systems centrally), the ability to access and drill down on data across various systems (e.g., drill through to source transactions), and finally by extending PBCS data to non-PBCS users.
In this session we will cover how advanced analytics and visualizations can be achieved in a quick, easy and cost-effective way for PBCS using OACS. This session will also cover the reporting and dashboarding capability of PBCS as compared to OACS and which tool is best for which business outcome.
During this session, attendees will:
• Learn about the benefits of OACS for PBCS
• Learn about the difference in reporting/dashboarding capabilities between PBCS & OACS
• Learn about PBCS & OACS Common ground Smart View
• Learn how to extend PBCS data to users outside PBCS