Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) helps you analyze, understand, and report on your business.
EPM refers to the processes designed to help organizations plan, budget, forecast, and report on business performance as well as consolidate and finalize financial results (often referred to as “closing the books”). EPM solutions are primarily used by CFOs and the office of finance, while other functional areas, such as HR, sales, marketing, and IT, use EPM for operational planning, budgeting, and reporting.
For more details on EPM refer to What Is Enterprise Performance Management?
This learning path describes a sample use case of revenue planning by business unit and guides you through the process of extracting data from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and configuring the Oracle Cloud EPM application.
In this learning path, you will:
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In this learning path, you learned how to pull information from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne using the Oracle EPM Integration Agent, perform a transformation within Data Integration, and then load it into the Planning application in Oracle Cloud EPM. Regardless of which Oracle Cloud EPM application needs the JD Edwards data, the integration mechanism showcased in this learning path is applicable. The same integration mechanism can be leveraged for extending EnterpriseOne applications with other Oracle Cloud EPM applications, such as Account Reconciliation, Financials Close and Consolidation, and Tax Reporting.
For more information about Oracle Cloud EPM and integrating with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, see these resources: