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Posted by Christie Abatecola on December 5, 2013

Linium Webcast Recording: Leveraging Oracle Hyperion Planning & Purpose-Built Modules

New York, NY, December 5, 2013 – Linium’s webcast entitled Leverage Oracle Hyperion Planning & Purpose-Built Modules is now available for viewing.

View this webcast to learn how you can best integrate Oracle Hyperion Workforce Planning and Oracle Hyperion Capital Asset Planning into your current Oracle Hyperion Planning environment.

This webcast specifically reviews: 

  • Oracle Hyperion Workforce Planning - simplify planning for head count, salary and compensation across your enterprise 
  • Oracle Hyperion Capital Asset Planning - easily plan for existing and new capital assets, maintenance, transfers and depreciation     
  • Best Practices - tips for module implementations & enhancements    

View this recording today!  

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Learn more about Linium's product expertise and world-class service offerings in the Oracle EPM and BI landscape. For more information, contact Linium at insight@linium.com


Topics: webinar, Oracle Hyperion, Insight, Workforce Planning, Capital Asset Planning

This post was written by Christie Abatecola