Happy December and season’s greeting EPM community! By the time you are reading this, the ODTUG Kscope20 abstract deadline has come and gone. I hope everyone got them in on time. A few updates: We are working on sprucing up our community page on the ODTUG website, which is pretty exciting. Also, if you’ve signed up for the ODTUG Kscope20 Abstract Public Voting, please make sure you vote. Content is king at ODTUG Kscope, and your feedback means so much.
Since it is a busy time, this quarter’s newsletter will be short, however, on behalf of ODTUG, our hearts are truly grateful. We are thankful for our great members and our wonderful volunteers. May your holidays and 2020 be filled with joy and delight!
As always, thank you for being a part of our great community, and your continued support of ODTUG!
A big thank you to Mike, who is retiring after more than 20 years with Textron (Cessna Aircraft Company). Working with EPM applications in one form or another throughout his career, Mike has been an incredibly knowledgeable presence in the community. As a board member for our ODTUG Hyperion SIG from 2012 to 2014, he has run and hosted the Wichita EPM/BI Meetup several times a year. We have been so lucky to have Mike in our community, and we appreciate the countless hours he has spent helping to make ODTUG what it is today. As for what he will do next, Mike has some plans. He may do some EPM contract/consulting work part-time, and he has a few rental properties. He and his wife have also talked about flipping houses. She already has a lot of “honey-do” projects lined up for him; he may be busier than ever!
Did you know…
Powerful IC Eliminations of FCCS
Megha Chopra and Mohit Jain, Genpact
Why let inter-company eliminations increase corporate risk? While there is some indication that inter-company elimination, if not happening in right manner, can increase the risk over time, there continues to be noticeable room for improving how organizations should identify, manage, use technology, and keep their eyes on risks that may arise and extensively impact their ability to achieve strategic goals.
Last Quarter’s question:
Answer: Hyperion Desktop
This Quarter's question:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your answer, and be sure to include your name, company, city, and time zone. Unofficial rules: One winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers submitted by January 15, 2020. The winner will receive a $10 gift card and will be highlighted in the next newsletter.
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