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Cancer Center’s Forecast Model Uses Hyperion Planning with ASO [Webinar]

Recently the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC) transformed a traditional annual operating budget process into a more forward-looking, driver-based rolling forecast process. This innovative transition was accomplished through the implementation of a unique forecast model that uses Hyperion Planning with ASO integration.

To learn more about this new and innovative model, tune into my webinar on August 14th from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT, hosted on the ODTUG website. In this session, we will review the details of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center solution design that supports rolling forecast, target setting at higher levels, and bottoms-up annual operating budgets.

Additionally, this webinar will give you a greater understanding of best practices and dimension design (such as entities, measures, and attributes) that enable a more flexible user input and more efficient calculations.

Be sure to visit this page on the ODTUG website to register to be a part of my informative session!

About the Author

Nandini Nehru is a Sr. Solutions Architect at Perficient in the Oracle EPM group. She has worked for ten plus years on various projects performing analysis, design, development, configuration and testing of applications. She has implemented Oracle Hyperion planning, HFM and Essbase applications for various industries like Healthcare, Public sector, Manufacturing and Oil and gas. She is a certified Oracle Trainer for Oracle Hyperion Financial reports, Planning Create and manage and Administrator class. She is also Oracle Hyperion Planning 11 Certified Implementation Specialist and Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service 2017 Certified Implementation Specialist. Nandini works closely with the financial planning team at her clients across different industry verticals and implements IT solutions to meet their financial planning and budgeting needs. Nandini holds an honors degree in Bachelor of Engineering in Information technology and an MBA in Finance from Rice University. She was also a recipient of the renowned Jones Scholarship at Rice University, Houston.

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