United States: Head In The Clouds? How An EPM Upgrade Fits Into Your Cloud Strategy
Last Updated: November 26 2015

Start Time: Dec 10, 2015 1:00 PM CT
End Time: Dec 10, 2015 2:00 PM CT
Original Broadcast Date: Nov 20, 2015 9:44 AM CT

Location Details: Webcast
Event Type: Webcast
Audience: EPM professionals

Contact: Mekaela Kramer
Phone: +1 913 272 2790
Email: mekaela.kramer@us.gt.com

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It's not a matter of if, but when, we'll see adoption of cloud solutions across all areas of business. Still, this journey can be scary and confusing—especially for finance professionals. Are you struggling with your short-term or long-term plans for the Hyperion solution you have in place today? Join Grant Thornton for a webcast that explores how an EPM upgrade can better prepare your organization to migrate to the cloud.

During this webcast, we'll address three primary considerations:

  • What is the business value of upgrading?
  • How do we determine the best model for us (on-premise vs. cloud vs. hybrid)?
  • How are other companies navigating Enterprise Performance Management in the cloud?

Your presenters:

Brad Kwiatek
Brad Kwiatek is a Director in Grant Thornton's Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Practice. Brad has over 12 years of experience with Enterprise Performance Management, Business Intelligence, and Data Management solutions utilizing Oracle technologies. Brad is a proven thought leader in the delivery of Enterprise Performance Management applications with integration to multiple ERP ledger systems including Oracle EBS, PeopleSoft, and JD Edwards using both custom built integrations as well as Oracle Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition (FDMEE). Prior to Grant Thornton, Brad worked for MarketSphere and Intel.

Keith Duffus

Keith is a Director in Grant Thornton's Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Practice. Keith has over 20 years of functional and technical experience working to design, install, implement & deploy Oracle EPM & BI solutions. Keith is recognized as an Oracle EPM & BI solution specialist and data integration architect. He is also recognized for his role as a technical leader and architect of stable and scalable Oracle EPM & BI system architectures. Keith leads the Grant Thornton Oracle EPM & BI Infrastructure Services Group that is responsible for Oracle EPM & BI system designs, system installations and application upgrades. Leading and managing global EPM & BI projects, he has extensive hands-on functional & technical capabilities across the Oracle EPM & BI product suite.

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