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UKOUG EPM & Hyperion Event 2018

UKOUG EPM & Hyperion 2018 Register Now

The UKOUG EPM & Hyperion 2018 agenda is here!

The main event for the UKOUG EPM & Hyperion community is back and will be returning to Sandown Park Racecourse on Wednesday 6th June 2018! The agenda is now available where you can discover a whole day's worth of sessions for everyone, whether you're moving to cloud or staying on-premise.

Registration for this event is now closed, there is still space available so please email events@ukoug.org

EPM and Hyperion View Agenda

Here's what happened at last year's event:

The day commenced with a keynote from Oracle’s Rich Wilkie and Al Marciante, who presented on the EPM Strategy and Roadmap.

Hot news from the day: Hyperion on-premise premier support extended. 11.1.23 to May 2018, 11.1.2.4 to Dec 2020

Throughout the day, users benefited from the knowledge of noteworthy vendors and product experts presenting on latest updates and trends.

 

"It was an absolute pleasure to present the Old Mutual plc client story about our journey to Oracle's Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service. Thank you to those that were there and saw Jay Verma from the The Hackett Group and myself tell the story of our rapid implementation and move the cloud." - Trent Kinghorn

The formal part of the event rounded off with Q&A panel session and a fun evening social, where delegates took the opportunity to network and share learnings.

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"The UKOUG Hyperion event is a one off, once a year opportunity to network with customers, partners and Oracle to gain useful insights into the future of Oracle Hyperion and interesting developments. Always a good social afterwards to continue conversations on trending topics!"

For more information regarding this event, please contact Anna Crellin.

 

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