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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Oracle Planning and Budgeting in the Cloud - GA

Oracle has announced the public availability of "Planning and Budgeting on the cloud" known as "Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service" (PCBS). You can find the press release : Hyperion Planning and Budgeting on Oracle Cloud Service (Link)

It is offered at $120/user with a minimum of 10 users. Not bad for small and mid-size organizations with little user base

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You can also JOIN THE WEBCAST for a Partner Deep-Dive on Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service.This live 120 minutes technical and functional deep-dive into the upcoming PBCS offering webcast will be on Wednesday February 26, 2014 at 09:00 UK / 10:00 CET. Oracle Hyperion EPM experts will not be disappointed, but novices are welcome. We assume you are already familiar with the Hyperion Planning & Budgeting Application, and need to know how the Cloud SaaS approach effects how you will implement this for your clients. Topics include:
  • Changing the game: Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service
    • Introduction and latest news
    • Guided live demo tour with focus on
    • How to create an application in minutes
    • Access the Cloud via familiar Excel Interface? Yes, please!
    • Application Life-Cycle Management
    • Data Management options
    • Rock-solid Security and reliability
  • Resources for Partners
  • Live Q&A
JOIN THE WEBCAST on Wednesday February 26, 2014 at 09:00 UK / 10:00 CET.
Few resources that might give you a kick-start
Oracle has conducted a Partner Webcast in November 2013. Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service - Partner Webcast Replay (Link)
For more information download this Whitepaper: Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (link)
Documentation on "Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service" (Link)
Demos and Video Tutorials (Link)
Eric Helmer from Linium has already posted this on his blog (Link)


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