My … how times are changing … back to what they once were! I guess it has something to do with living long enough to experience things, but budgeting with Oracle’s exceptional world class platform Hyperion Planning solution is now available in the cloud. This means that both new and existing Hyperion Planning customers of all sizes can now leverage the cloud to deploy a world-class planning and budgeting solution in record time, without hardware costs or reliance on IT support. This “no-server necessary” model is essentially what made Hyperion solutions every CFO’s best friend back in the ‘80s. The original product line for consolidations (MicroControl), then for budgeting (Hyperion Pillar) more than 20 years ago.
Perficient has developed an accelerated solution, High-Performance Costing Expressway for Hyperion Planning that utilizes the Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS). The Fast Forward solution provides a pre-defined scope with a rich set of deliverables for a low fixed fee. An agile rapid deployment methodology supports the accelerated delivery process without sacrificing quality. The solution is designed to provide a rapid return on investment, with less risk than a traditional implementation. In as little as eight weeks, your planning system can be fully developed and deployed on the Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service.
Oracle’s Hyperion Performance Management solutions position healthcare organizations to be able to respond to the changing Healthcare regulatory landscape. Watch our video to hear Oracle’s William Bercik, Director of Healthcare for Oracle and a former CFO discuss the impact of government regulations on Healthcare Cost Management.
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