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Accelatis Announces Multi-faceted Participation in Kscope, Annual Conference of Oracle Development Tools User Group

Accelatis, provider of Application Performance Management (APM) solutions for Oracle Hyperion and other enterprise software systems, today announced its plans for participation in Kscope14 conference, in Seattle, June 22-26. In addition to being a Gold Sponsor, Accelatis CEO Jonathan Berry will participate in three separate conference sessions at the annual event.

 

WHO:

Jonathan Berry, CEO, Accelatis
 

WHAT:

Kscope14, the annual conference of the Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG), an independent user group community focused on teaching users how to get the most out of Oracle software.
 

WHEN:

June 22-26, 2014
 

WHERE:

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington
 

DETAILS:

In its exhibit booth (#302), Accelatis is expected to showcase a new and unique technology that enables Hyperion management through mobile devices. The company will also unveil its EPM Research Advisory service, which includes a free utility for EPM environment evaluation.

Jonathan Berry’s participations deal with three different practical aspects of Application Performance Management for Oracle software

HFM Consolidation Demystified, Jun 23, 2014, 10:45 am

There is a lot of misinformation and myths about what happens during an HFM consolidation. For most, the HFM Consolidation Engine is a black box that impacts the most vital aspect of the financial close process. Jonathan Berry looks under the hood and provide attendees with insight on the consolidation software. As part of the team who wrote the engine, Berry will also answer questions that will help improve consolidation performance and predictability

Build a Hyperion Center of Excellence with an Automated Help Desk and Knowledge Base, Jun 24, 2014, 9:45am

Jonathan Berry will reveal how the Help Desk can be leveraged to simplify and expedite the support cycle. He will also explore tools and methodologies for building a Hyperion Help Desk, and look at how several Hyperion clients have developed Help Desks of varying complexities. The presentation includes details on the effort that went into developing the Help Desk as well as the benefits received.

Deep Dive session: “What Would Happen if I Did ... in Hyperion Financial Management?” Jun 26, 2014, 9:00 am

Christopher Barbieri, Vice President, Edgewater Ranzal, organizer, with presentations by Jonathan Berry of Accelatis and Rich Wilkie, Senior Director, Product Management at Oracle Corporation.

Jonathan Berry serves as an expert presenter in a “Mythbusters” approach that considers the ramifications of various user activities or application changes. The central theme is how to set up and test each situation, and also observe the application and database changes associated with each. The outcome will provide attendees with a deeper understanding of how HFM actually works.

In addition to a full roster of independent experts, Kscope14 highlights include more than a dozen hands-on training sessions and full-day Sunday Symposiums featuring Oracle VPs and product managers where attendees will learn what is new and what to look for in the future. Registration and other information can be found at http://kscope14.com/

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Jonathan Berry is the CEO of Accelatis, and has more than 15 years of experience with Oracle Hyperion 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 powerful software solution to monitor, manage, and optimize Oracle Hyperion EPM environments.

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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