Tag Archives: Sree Kumar

Modeling and Analysis in the Cloud – Defying Gravity to Gravitate Towards the Clouds

January 27, 2016

Author: Sree Kumar, Performance Architects A cloud-based analytics solution can really change the way you view things, from the tiniest bit of data to the most complex business problem that you are trying to solve; however, you’ll want to proceed with caution as this can impact the people, process and technology within your organization. There…   Read More


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The Importance of a Well-Designed, Stable, and Flexible Chart of Accounts (COA)

December 30, 2015

Author: Sree Kumar, Performance Architects A stable and flexible Chart of Accounts (COA) is essential to a company, not only to track transactions, but also to help the organization plan and grow. Therefore, it is important to have a fairly stable COA from both a tactical and strategic angle. In this blog, I highlight some…   Read More


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Strategic versus Operational Planning: Tale of a Tug-of-War

March 27, 2015

Have you ever been in a situation where your CFO asks you to tweak a few assumptions on your operational forecasts and wonders why it takes many hours or even a few days to review an updated operational forecast? Or asks you to convert the operational forecast just by rolling up numbers at a parent…   Read More


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Strategic versus Operational Planning: Tale of a Tug-of-War

December 23, 2014

Have you ever been in a situation where your CFO asks you to tweak a few assumptions on your operational forecasts and wonders why it takes many hours or even a few days to review an updated operational forecast? Or asks you to convert the operational forecast just by rolling up numbers at a parent…   Read More


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Collaborate 2014 Conference Resources and Outcomes

April 23, 2014

The Performance Architects team recently attended the Collaborate 2014 Conference (COLLABORATE 14)  in Las Vegas. COLLABORATE 14 is the largest meeting of Oracle user groups representing the full family of Oracle business applications and database software, and is co-hosted by Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) , the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) , and Quest International Users Group (Quest) . Performance Architects made significant contributions to the COLLABORATE 14 conference by presenting nine sessions on…   Read More


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