Check out the presentations listed below.



Black Belt Techniques for FDMEE Admins and Developers
Francisco Amores , Infratects
Topic: EPM Data Integration - Subtopic: Data management/integration

Willing to take your application to the next level?

FDMEE is a product that can be easily customized to meet any requirement, regardless of its complexity. You may know what you want to do but can't find the right approach.

What about adding a creativeness layer on top of your FDMEE knowledge? The solution may be closer than you think, either using standard functionality or scripting.

In this session, we will cover some nice techniques, tips, and tricks that will give you a helping hand to get the most out of FDMEE.

Using locations for admin purposes, enhancing batch management with custom scripts, or using lookup dimensions and SQL map scripts to define standard multi-dim maps based on target dimensions are just some of the techniques we will talk about.

Don't miss this session, regardless of your level, if you want to see how standard functionality can turn into simple and powerful solutions.

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On-Prem to EPM Cloud (Hybrid) and Cloud-Only-Based Integration Solutions
Michael Casey , Oracle Corporation
Topic: EPM Data Integration - Subtopic: Data management/integration

This session will explain the integration options for EPM cloud services, when source data resides on-premise or in the cloud. Examples of hybrid integration will be shown where data from on-prem sources such as an ERP or data warehouse can be loaded to the cloud, drilled from the cloud back to on-prem, and extracted from the cloud for use in other on-prem applications. In addition, solutions to move data between EPM Cloud services and between the Fusion GL Cloud and EPM services will be explained. Details related to current features and product roadmap will also be provided.

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Velcro and FDMEE: One Data Management Solution for EPM Cloud and On-Prem Systems
Doug Correa , Peloton Group
Co-presenter(s): Michael True, Velcro Group Corp.
Topic: EPM Data Integration - Subtopic: Data management/integration

When Velcro embarked on its EPM journey, it elected a hybrid approach, using Oracle’s cloud and on-premises applications PBCS and HFM.

Next, Velcro needed a data management solution that could support integrations to both cloud and on-prem EPM applications, pull data directly from ERP systems, and easily transfer data between EPM apps. Velcro chose FDMEE 11.1.2.4.

This customer success story will focus on how Velcro used FDMEE’s advanced features to simplify and enhance its EPM planning and reporting processes

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Ask the Experts - An Informal Panel for FDMEE Integrations
Anthony Scalese , Edgewater Ranzal
Co-presenter(s): Francisco Amores
Topic: EPM Data Integration - Subtopic: Data management/integration

Tired of trying to get your FDMEE questions answered in other panels that span all the EPM technologies? Perhaps you are considering an upgrade to FDMEE, maybe you have already upgraded and are missing key functionality, maybe you are trying to understand your options for cloud integration with FDMEE, or maybe you just want to learn more about what you can do with FDMEE.

In this session, two of the industry's foremost experts in data integration - Tony Scalese and Francisco Amores Torres - will host an interactive panel with the audience. Tony and Francisco will share their knowledge drawing on their vast experience implementing and upgrading FDMEE. This session is vital to anyone that wants to learn more about FDMEE.

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FDMEE Scripting - Cloud and On-Premises - It Ain't Groovy, But It's My Bread and Butter
Anthony Scalese , Edgewater Ranzal
Topic: EPM Data Integration - Subtopic: Data management/integration

So you've made the transition to FDMEE and now you want more. FDMEE scripting is what empowers you to do more with the application. In this session, we will explore how to use FDMEE scripting to enhance and streamline your integrations. We'll explore how to use Jython and the various APIs within the EPM stack to take your application to the next level. Have a hybrid FDMEE cloud deployment? That's cool, let's look at Groovy and EPMAutomate and see how FDMEE can function as your automation hub.

This session will be most useful for those with a solid FDMEE foundation and some familiarity with scripting languages.

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