State of Oracle EPM

Presenter: | Jan 19, 2018

Finit has delivered solutions for the office of finance 20 years, beginning in 2002 with a focus on Oracle EPM. In 2011, we were the first OneStream implementation partner and delivered the first OneStream solution to go live. We no longer offer consulting services for Oracle EPM. However, the functional experience and technical expertise built from this experience form the foundation of our industry-leading OneStream practice.

The Support Policies and Technological Details you need to make informed decisions

As you are probably aware, it has been challenging to understand and navigate On-Premise Oracle Support Policies and Third-Party Compatibility (Excel, Windows, SQL, IE, etc.). Fortunately, we are here to help as it impacts all of us in the Oracle-Hyperion world in terms of planning for future projects, and deciding when (or if) to upgrade. At Finit, we have worked through various scenarios for our clients after distilling all this information from Oracle. We have condensed this down into a 30-45 minute presentation which will review how the Oracle EPM Roadmap affects you along with the various options available.


  • The ‘State of EPM’ and a review of Oracle EPM versioning and support dates.
  • End of Premier Support for, March 2018, what does this mean?
  • What are your options? What are your peers planning moving forward? What should your organization be thinking through?

Who Should Attend:

We will cover a range of topics geared toward the state of EPM, Premier Support and options moving forward. Attendees should include:
  • Finance/Accounting Leaders within your organization looking to enhance knowledge within their EPM systems and the current EPM roadmap.
  • System Administrators and technical support personnel eager to understand the Oracle Roadmap and how it affects them.


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