Thursday Sep 12, 2013

OpenWorld – Oracle Data Relationship Management

When people think of Oracle Master Data Management, they often overlook Oracle Data Relationship Management, which is an important solution in our MDM portfolio. Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) is an enabler of enterprise transformations: financial transformations as they relate to ERP/GL migration, consolidation, rationalization, or coexistence, etc., as well as business transformations including employee, organization, sales, or legal entity restructuring. Today’s blog post shares all things DRM at OpenWorld, including the three key sessions to attend:

[CON9511] Introduction and Update: Oracle Data Relationship Management

Tuesday, September 24th, 10:30 AM- 11:30 AM, Intercontinental Ballroom B

Oracle Data Relationship Management helps proactively manage changes in master data across operational, analytical, and enterprise performance management silos. In this session, Rahul Kamath, Director, Product Management will provide an introduction to Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) and introduce a new product, Oracle Data Relationship Governance (DRG). DRG represents Oracle’s foray into delivering a configuration-based, model-driven master data governance solution that has been designed to provide essential change management and data quality remediation workflows across transactional and analytical system silos. This ensures data quality, policy compliance, repeatable business processes, cross-functional collaboration, and change awareness throughout the enterprise. If you are already familiar with this product line, attend this session to learn about product direction and what’s coming next.

As a spotlight customer, attendees will also hear from Nikki Verhoff, Associate Director, Data Governance, Verizon Wireless, one of Oracle’s first Data Relationship Management and Data Relationship Governance customers! 

[CON9517] Customer Success: Oracle Data Relationship Management

Wednesday, September 25th, 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM, Intercontinental Ballroom B

Attend this session to hear about the implementation success stories of four Data Relationship Management customers across all industries – Pharmaceuticals, Financial Services, Security Systems and Automotive. This customer showcase will include a discussion of the business challenges, solution architecture, data governance approach, business benefits achieved, implementation best practices and lessons learned. If you are actively considering Data Relationship Management or Data Relationship Governance, you will want to join this session, which includes a live Q&A.

[CON6122] The Power of Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management at Experian

Monday, September 23rd, 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM,  Intercontinental Ballroom A

Experian, like most experienced the burden of data inconsistencies. Attend this customer led session by Mariana Venter, Global Finance Systems Manager and Richard Harwood, Finance Manager at Experian who share their first-hand experiencence on how they have been able to effectively manage master data changes across the organization, leading to a significant overall reduction in costs, improved operational efficiency, and better visibility for management.

[CON9521] Product Development Q&A: Oracle Hyperion EPM Applications

Wednesday, September 25th, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM, Intercontinental Ballroom C

Join our executives: Matthew Bradley, VP, EPM Devlopment, Prasad Kulkarni, Senior Director, Financial Planning Applications, Doug Cosby, VP of Software Development, and Rajesh Bhatia, VP of Product Development in this panel session. We will discuss Oracle Hyperion enterprise performance management applications product development team addresses your questions on product capabilities, release plans and the roadmap, and other topics related to products and technology.

Be sure to stop by our Oracle Enterprise Dimension Management Solutions demo booth in Moscone West – W099.

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