EPM Makes ERP Better

Posted by Steve Berry

Dec 6, 2018 12:21:32 PM

EPM should drive ERP because: a) EPM is much faster to implement, and b) because EPM lets you know what you don’t know so you can implement ERP correctly.

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Topics: Cloud EPM, Cloud ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)

Cloud ERP. Cloud EPM. What's the Difference?

Posted by Jamie Carpentier

Jan 24, 2017 9:05:21 AM

Here’s a quick take on Oracle's Cloud ERP and Cloud EPM, and how they work together to help improve your company performance and profitability.

ERP Cloud is an enterprise applications platform that enables the rapid deployment of streamlined transaction-based business processes across enterprises of all sizes.
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Topics: Cloud Hosting, Cloud EPM, Cloud ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)

Top 8 Reasons to Consider Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Posted by Jamie Carpentier

Jan 11, 2017 11:05:42 AM

Here is what you should know about Cloud ERP:

  1. Organizational Efficiency – You have lots of different software for different processes. The legacy systems you are using as a “system of record” don’t have the same data structure, so the data doesn’t easily work together. Cloud ERP integrates these systems so that every business function references the same consistent data model. That means a single, unified systems platform to execute business processes against to train on, and to efficiently leverage throughout the business.
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Topics: Cloud Hosting, Cloud ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Oracle Products

Should You Link Finance or ERP Software to Your General Ledger System?

Posted by Deborah Jelley

Aug 1, 2014 10:57:00 AM

You work for a mid-range to large company and revenue has been declining and at the current month’s mid-point, you have to give a presentation to your management team on why this is happening.  You need an immediate update of your monthly reports, so you ask your financial analyst to get it done by early afternoon.  She looks so horrified and you wonder if you’ve

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Topics: Budgeting and Forecasting, Financial Reporting, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)