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Accelatis, Stanley Black & Decker Reveal Secrets of Oracle Hyperion Performance Management at Innovate14, Oracle Users Group Meeting

Accelatis today announced its plans for participating in INNOVATE14, a user group conference for customers of Oracle enterprise performance management software. The company’s presence at the conference will be highlighted by a co-presentation with marquee customer Stanley Black & Decker (SBD).

WHO:

  Robert Poirier, Services Director, Accelatis
Guna Appalaraju, Manager, Enterprise Solutions, Stanley Black & Decker

WHAT:

INNOVATE14 user group meeting

WHEN:

May 16, 2014, 11:25am

WHERE:

Woodbridge Renaissance Hotel, Iselin, NJ

DETAILS:

“Manage EPM and Never Fly Blind Again.”

ABOUT THE SESSION:

When it comes to managing the performance of their applications, users of Oracle Hyperion often feel like they are flying blind. Struggling to understand the impact of upgrades and migrations, it is not uncommon for a user to feel like EPM is managing them and their schedule instead of the other way around. In this co-presentation, Guna Appalaraju, Manager, Enterprise Solutions at Stanley Black & Decker, tells how his company gained insight and control of HFM, FDM and Smart View in an environment of over 100 servers and more than 1,350 users. In addition, SBD has to execute on this challenge with a small and lean team of administrators. Among SBD’s approaches is reliance on the Application Performance Management Software for Oracle Hyperion from Accelatis. SBD’s user community enjoys consistent and predictable performance while upgrading their EPM version, their environment, and rolling out Planning, Essbase, and OBIEE. Attendees will learn how SBD is using Accelatis technology so the company will never “fly blind” again.

ABOUT THE EVENT

Designed for and by Oracle customers, Innovate14 will feature education, peer-to-peer networking opportunities and access to industry experts, to help customers maximize their current investment in Oracle solutions, as well as plan for the future. It is sponsored by the Northeast PeopleSoft & NY/NJ JD Edwards User Group, Oracle Applications User Group of New Jersey (OAUGNJ), Oracle Human Capital Management Users Group (OHUG), and the Oracle Financial Services Industry User Group (FSIUG), in partnership with Oracle and its business partner community. The professional program comprises 11 dedicated tracks, with breakout sessions organized by products and disciplines. Registration and program information can be found at http://bit.ly/1mit2sx

ABOUT ACCELATIS

Founded in 2008, Accelatis provides a comprehensive Application Performance Management (APM) software solution to its worldwide client base for their Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) systems. Companies rely upon Accelatis to help 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 was founded by Hyperion visionaries and developers to rapidly deliver long-term value to EPM clients’ global user base through unprecedented visibility and flexibility to manage their applications. For information, visit www.Accelatis.com.

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