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Wednesday, May 11, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Dodeca 101: An Introduction to Dodeca 7 and the Dodeca Excel Add-In for Essbase
Tim Tow, Applied OLAP
Over the past year, there has been a flurry of announcements from software vendors about new and exciting cloud and mobile applications. Despite the persistence of cloud and mobile marketing, companies have come to realize that Excel will continue to play a crucial role in their financial reporting processes. As a result, many companies have adopted Dodeca as their spreadsheet management solution. Join this webinar to learn how the Dodeca family of products could help your company reduce spreadsheet risk and save your accountants and analysts valuable time. Tim Tow, President of Applied OLAP, will lead the live demonstration and discussion.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
2016 CodeTalk Series: Security Issues for Developers
Steven Feuerstein, Oracle Corporation, and Rob Lockard, Oraclewizard
*Hosted by IOUG
Join Steven Feuerstein, Architect at Oracle Corporation, and Rob Lockard, Database Security Expert and winner of a 2015 Oracle Database Developer Choice Award, as they discuss the top security issues facing Oracle developers today and how they can harden their applications against attack. This session will feature their conversation from COLLABORATE 16, followed by a live Q&A session.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Introduction to Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service
Shannon Burket, MindStream Analytics
Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service (EPRCS), a part of the Oracle EPM Cloud, provides relief from the manual and time-consuming efforts of most performance reporting processes used today. It is a secure, collaborative, and process-driven approach for management and narrative reporting packages. Join Shannon Burket, Director of MindStream Analytics’ Planning & Analysis practice, as she reviews the key business benefits and demonstrates the key features of EPRCS.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Learn How You Can Streamline and Optimize Your Reporting Process in the Cloud with EPRCS
Vince Tran, Vertical Edge Consulting Group
Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service (EPRCS) is a purpose-built solution in the cloud for management and narrative reporting. It provides a secure, collaborative, process-driven approach for defining, authoring, reviewing, and publishing financial and management report packages for internal and external stakeholders.
The current integration of narrative into performance-reporting processes is often manual, ad hoc, and highly prone to error. New cloud-based solutions, such as Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service, enable organizations to streamline internal and external reporting processes, combining data plus narrative in a single, secure, collaborative environment.
Thursday, May 26, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Enhancing Data Governance with Oracle Data Relationship Management
Julia Radovani, Peloton
Master data management and data governance solutions are becoming more mainstream as organizations continue finding new insights from their data. With the rapid expansion and adoption of enterprise systems, a great need has emerged for enabling technology to drive the timely collaboration and enrichment of master data structures. At the same time, transparency and controls continue to be important features of data governance processes. This webinar will highlight Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) with a particular focus on the streamlined workflow data governance request and approvals enabled by the Data Relationship Governance (DRG) module.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
The Oracle EPM Hunger Games: Crowning the Victors
Nihar Parikh, EPM Intelligence
Are you feeling overwhelmed with the number of products in the Oracle EPM space? Do you have trouble keeping track of all of the different acronyms, limitations, benefits, and road maps? Join us for our battle royal as we square off Oracle products within the major EPM product arenas, including metadata management, planning, integrations, reconciliations, reporting, and analytics. Each battle will impart insights gleaned from real-world implementations, industry best practices, and experienced guidance in crowning the victors. Let the games begin!
Thursday, June 16, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Translate APEX Project
Aljaž Mali, Abakus Plus, and Przemysław Staniszewski, Pretius
If your Oracle Application Express application uses a language that is not among the 10 languages into which APEX is translated, you must translate messages displayed by the APEX reporting engine. On November 30, 2015, Pretius (www.pretius.com) launched the translate-apex.com website. This project is the collection of free translations of APEX internal messages to help the APEX Community develop applications in something other than 10 default languages. The website allows you to browse translations (over 30 different languages available so far), download installation script for any APEX version starting from 3.0, and share your translation with others. All translations are available for free and have been created by the APEX Community.
At the same time, Aljaz Mali of Abakus Plus was working on an application that helps you to centralize, consolidate, and simplify management of APEX text messages. This application was released during the APEX World conference as part of OraOpenSource project. During this presentation, we will discuss the APEX translation project and how it has connected over 30 APEX developers from all around the world. We will also show practical use of the www.translate-apex.com website and how you can use the APEX translation application to simplify management of APEX text messages and the localization process.