Tag Archives: enterprise resource planning

Customer Case Study: How to Implement Revenue Recognition in Oracle Hyperion Planning or PBCS

August 30, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects In a previous blog post , we took a high-level look at the basic principles behind the revenue recognition concept. In this post, we demonstrate how to implement revenue recognition in an Oracle Hyperion Planning or Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) solution. Our customer’s planning application was used to analyze sales data from an external system. The results of this analysis fed into…   Read More


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ERPi & EPMA in Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Versions 11.1.2.1 and 11.1.2.2: Pure Synergy

October 23, 2013

Enterprise Resource Planning Integrator (ERPi) is an Oracle EPM (Hyperion) solution that allows Hyperion applications to interact with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems . These interactions include elements such as drill-through, data sourcing, and metadata sourcing. Enterprise Performance Management Architect (EPMA) is a Hyperion solution that maintains hierarchies and applications in a user-friendly, central location. In addition to its primary objective of application and metadata maintenance, EPMA also permits easy…   Read More


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