|By Business Wire||
|March 19, 2014 06:35 AM EDT||
Accelatis announced today that CEO Jonathan Berry will participate in the fifth annual HUGmn Oracle TechDay with two presentations on optimizing Oracle Hyperion for the enterprise. One session advises attendees on establishing centers of excellence, the second deals with optimizing performance.
WHO: Jonathan Berry, CEO, Accelatis
WHAT: Oracle TechDay, sponsored by the Hyperion Users Group Minnesota (HUGmn)
WHEN: March 19, 2014
WHERE: Hazeltine Country Club, Chaska, Minnesota
ABOUT THE PRESENTATIONS
(1) Build a Hyperion Center of Excellence with an Automated Help Desk and Knowledge Base. (9:45am)
In this session, Jonathan Berry walks attendees through the process of leveraging the Help Desk to simplify and expedite the support cycle. He will also explore tools and methodologies for building a Hyperion Help Desk. Attendees will be able to see how several Hyperion clients have developed Help Desks of varying complexities. Details are included on the effort that went into developing the Help Desk process itself, as well as the benefits they have received. Also included: how Accelatis software for Oracle Hyperion can help streamline the support process.
(2) Take the Risk and Cost out of your
Hyperion Upgrade. (2:30pm)
Often seen as daunting, upgrading has frequently been facilitated by Accelatis Ascension Suite, which was created to help streamline the Oracle Hyperion Upgrade/Migration process:. In this session, Jonathan Berry will discuss how to:
- Optimize performance
- Prevent and manage migration issues
- Reduce costs and time overruns with Project Task Insight, and
- Reduce risks.
The presentation will explain how to identify which Reports, SmartView Forms, and WebForms to migrate, as well as demonstrate how to perform User Simulations / Load Generation to anticipate performance before users are impacted.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jonathan Berry is President and CEO of Accelatis, and has more than 15 years of experience with EPM Application Performance Management, Performance Analysis, Troubleshooting, and Migrations. He is former engineering director for the Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) and Financial Data Quality Management (FDM) development teams. He founded Accelatis in 2008 to provide a single software solution, Accelatis Ascension Suite, to monitor, manage and optimize Oracle Hyperion EPM environments.
ABOUT THE EVENT
HUGmn gives Hyperion users the connections and knowledge they need to become - or remain - experts and power users. Oracle TechDay includes six tracks, ranging from Essbase to Financial Management to EPM and infrastructure issues. Registration and other information is available at http://www.hugmn.org/
Accelatis’ Ascension Suite 3.0 helps companies improve system performance and stability, streamline troubleshooting and manage migrations through monitoring and benchmarking of Oracle Hyperion and IBM Cognos applications. An Oracle Gold Partner, Accelatis software delivers long-term value to EPM clients through unprecedented visibility and flexibility to manage their applications. Information at www.Accelatis.com.
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