In this miniguide, we dive into what Oracle Hyperion is, the product's history, and the common problems its customers tend to face.
Hyperion, one of Oracle's many acquired products, is an enterprise performance management (EPM) tool, intended to improve business predictability. While it was tremendously successful back in its hay day, it appears Oracle acquired the product purely to extinguish a competitor rather than to invest in it. The guide delves into why that could be a problem to Hyperion's many customers and what they can do about it.
Oracle Hyperion is an enterprise performance management tool designed to improve business predictability. It integrates budgeting and forecasting with planning.
Oracle Hyperion is the culmination of 20 years of development, mergers, and one significant purchase. It started out as IMRS in 1989, used as financial and management consolidation software.
A problem Hyperion customers face is that there is no real upgrade path between any of the versions, and
on-premise versions are not getting the attention compared to Cloud versions.
A forgotten product...
We fear Hyperion has been left on the shelf by Oracle, as the vendor focuses all of its attention on the Cloud. There are many organisations that have used Hyperion for years, and now find themselves in the difficult position of upgrading (or going unsupported). Fortunately, we have a solution to this problem in our guide. Download below!
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