ORACLE ENTERPRISE PERFORMANCE REPORTING CLOUD SERVICE
Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud (EPRCS) is a purpose-built solution in the Cloud for management, narrative and regulatory reporting. It provides a secure, collaborative, process-driven approach for defining, authoring, reviewing and publishing financial and management report packages for internal and external stakeholders, as well as a cross-cloud service reporting tool for producing integrated Cloud EPM reporting.
Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud streamlines the narrative reporting process by providing a flexible, intuitive method for creating a secured and auditable report package. Whether you are using your existing documents, a previous report package, or letting the system automatically create doclets for users, you can quickly create a report package in mere minutes and with minimal information.
Named by Oracle as the nation’s leading EPM Cloud Service Implementer and an Oracle Cloud Select Partner, Key Performance Ideas can help you quickly implement EPRCS. From requirements review and design to EPRCS training, Key Performance Ideas can help you move to the Cloud solution for management, narrative and regulatory reporting. Learn more about EPRCS!
Case In Point: Panduit
Panduit: 260+ Users Migrate to the Cloud with PBCS and EPRCS
Join us for our webinar as we showcase how Panduit and over 260 users migrated an on premise operational planning, financial reporting and allocations solution to the cloud in just weeks. Hear how, through our migration methodology, the power and speed of the cloud reduced calculation times from 1-2 minutes to a few seconds. We will also review how they are using Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud for financial and management reporting.
- A systematic approach supported moving 260 users to the cloud seamlessly and secured user acceptance
- To create an automated integration process of the Oracle GL
- The cloud applications supported current processes and streamlined reporting and analysis
- PowerPoint is being used to collaborate and comment on management reporting
July 24, 2018