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Thanks to Oracle Financial Management Analytics, CFOs and finance executives can now use prebuilt, easy-to-deploy dashboards to better understand the consolidated financial results and close processes of their organizations.
The new application offers Oracle Business Intelligence dashboards and out-of-the-box integration with a variety of data sources, including Oracle Hyperion Financial Close Management and Oracle Hyperion Financial Management. Finance organizations also have the option of integrating the dashboards with third-party and proprietary data sources and software.
Together, these capabilities give finance managers a unified view of their financial environment. “Prebuilt dashboards accelerate the process of providing one-stop shopping for close information and financial statements that pull information from different sources,” says John O'Rourke, vice president of product marketing for Oracle Enterprise Performance Management.
The dashboards can display a wide variety of information, ranging from high-level summaries to close process details, including the status of subledger and general ledger reporting during a close period. Finance managers can drill down for more detailed information that underlies individual summaries.
Organizations may customize dashboard formats or use one of the prebuilt perspectives, including:
Executive view, which shows gross profit by region, income by region, net cash flow, and profit and loss by products
Financial close schedule summary, with a schedule summary, graph, and milestones, as well as roadblocks
Cash flow, including a cash flow summary, consolidated cash flow, and variance analysis
Oracle Financial Management Analytics also supports iPads and iPhones to give finance managers secure, mobile, anytime access to financial results. “Even when they’re traveling, CFOs can review the results and communicate with controllers and others about financial questions,” O’Rourke says.