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Posted by Christie Abatecola on February 28, 2013

Linium’s Presentation on Implementing an Oracle Planning Module is Now Available for Download

New York, NY, February 28, 2013 – Linium’s presentation, Benefits of Implementing one of the Oracle Planning Modules, presented by Linium’s VP, Sean Bernhoit, is now available for your viewing:

This presentation—originally held during an OAUG Educational Series featuring the Best of OAUG Connection Point – EPM/BI, on February 27th, 2013—focuses on the four modules that Oracle provides as solutions:  Workforce Planning, CapEx Planning, Project Planning, and Public Sector Planning. 

View this presentation to learn the complete details on these four Oracle Planning Modules, including: 

  • Common implementation issues and how to avoid them
  • Configuration factors to consider with each module
  • What modules are most effective for your organization
  • Benefits to users of deploying these solutions

Download a copy of the presentation today!

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Topics: Presentation, Oracle Planning Modules, OAUG, Oracle Hyperion Planning, Insight, Management Consulting

This post was written by Christie Abatecola