Posts Tagged ‘data management cloud’

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Oracle EPBCS Single vs Multiple Target Apps to Same Cube

Data Management is a flexible tool within Oracle EPBCS that allows the user to load data into the application via a flat file or source system. The first component of data management is setting up the target application, which defines what cube the data is getting loaded to as well as the dimensions and target […]

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Creating an EBS Target application in Data Management from a SQL query

When integrating an on-premise system like an E-Business Suite application with an Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud application, SQL queries can be used as means to extract the data from the source database. You can extract the data and then load the data directly to the EPM Cloud applications using the EPM Integration Agent. The EPM Integration Agent […]

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Using Data Exchange to flip the sign on Amounts for Account Reconciliations Cloud

When loading data into an Oracle Accounts Reconciliations Cloud Services (ARCS) application, data is mapped to be loaded from the Source system into the Profile Segments. Profile Segments are the components of the ‘Account ID’ used to uniquely identify profiles and reconciliations. For example, if you typically reconcile accounts at the Company-Account level, then you […]

PART 2: Data Management Custom Integrations; the Options are Endless

Co-authored with Marco Rossodivita In this second installment of our two-part series, we will discuss the steps for creating a connection from Oracle Financials to an ARCS application using the new Custom connection feature. If you haven’t read part 1, you can access the link here: Oracle Financials and ARCS: A Two-Part Journey into the […]

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Modernize Accounting and Reap the Benefits with a Faster Period Close

Even those of us that don’t work for the office of finance know that anything that can be done to speed the close process is worth a closer look. My colleague, Matt Hopkins, delivered a great webinar on this topic earlier this month – Shorten the Period-Close and Pivot from Collecting Data to Analysis. This […]