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Oracle Enables Broader Adoption of Enterprise Performance Management Applications With New Mobile Capabilities

Mobile Functionality Extends Business Value and Enhances User Experience for Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 04/08/14 -- COLLABORATE 14 - Oracle (NYSE: ORCL)

News Summary
Today's fast-paced business environment demands that enterprises identify business performance insights and optimize decisions anywhere, anytime -- or risk getting left behind. To enable broader participation and unlock productivity gains and business value across the enterprise, Oracle today announced new mobile capabilities to its industry-leading Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) System. The new capabilities are available on iOS and Android mobile devices.

News Facts

  • To enable customers to access enterprise performance insights and make informed decisions from any location, Oracle today announced the release of Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) System 11.1.2.3.5.
  • The latest release features two new mobile capabilities designed to help organizations capitalize on Oracle's enterprise planning, reporting and financial close applications on-the-go: the first is a new mobile app, Oracle EPM Mobile, that allows managers and executives to participate in EPM workflows and approvals from smart phones and tablets; the second capability provides business users with easy access to the rich functionality of Hyperion Planning from tablet devices.
  • Available at no additional cost to existing customers, the new mobile app is available for download on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
  • The most comprehensive and integrated suite of financial applications for financial close, reporting and enterprise planning, Oracle EPM System can be delivered on-premise, via the cloud, or on Oracle Engineered Systems.

Oracle EPM Mobile Streamlines Workflows and Approvals On-The-Go

  • Oracle EPM Mobile is a new mobile app designed to broaden executive participation and accelerate review and approval processes by providing users with easy access to EPM related workflows on smart phones and tablets. The new capability:

Oracle Hyperion Planning Delivers Rich, Simple User Experience on Tablet Devices to Extend Business User Participation

  • Oracle Hyperion Planning now allows business users to perform common planning, budgeting and forecasting tasks from iPad and Android tablets.
    • The new capability delivers a fully-functional browser based experience for all commonly used Oracle Hyperion Planning features, including accessing task lists, approving budgets, viewing reports, entering data and running planning scenarios.
    • It helps improve user productivity by enabling users to prepare, submit and report on plans, budgets and forecasts from any location with a simple, tablet-optimized user experience.

Supporting Quote

  • "Organizations of all sizes are seeing rapid adoption of mobile devices by their employees. With new mobile capabilities, Oracle's EPM System now enables broader participation of business users in performance management processes to deliver significant improvements in decision quality and productivity," said Hari Sankar, vice president, product management at Oracle.

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