Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Upcoming EPM 11.2 Webinar March 12 2020

Thursday, March 12, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
EPM 11.2: Lessons Learned and 2021 Preparedness
Dave Shay, Datavail

Webinar abstract:

As we all know, Oracle EPM 11.2 is here! But…it was released too late in 2019 for most organizations to budget an on-premises EPM upgrade for fiscal 2020. However, the end of support for is also looming in 2021. If you’re staying on premises, an upgrade to 11.2 should go live no later than December 2021 (earlier if subject to SOX controls).

Rather than waiting for the next budget cycle to roll around, this webinar will show attendees how to prepare for an upgrade this year without spending significant time and capital. We’ll also share what we’ve learned while upgrading to 11.2 and what you can expect post install.

Visit this link to reserve your free spot!

Avid readers of this blog will be familiar with a good chunk of the content I'll present.  In this session I'll do my best to condense observations collected since the Dec 18 2019 Oracle EPM 11.2 Release Date into a 1-hour session.

The session will include Q&A at the end.

Thanks to ODTUG for sponsoring this session!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to all who attended today's session. Great Q&A at the end... regrettably we ran out of time! Once I receive the list of unanswered questions, I'll compile them and write a new post here on this blog.


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