Posted on May 25, 2012 by David Haimes
I was asked by a customer for some links to send to their users to give them a taste of the powerful reporting features in Fusion Financials. That gave me the idea to post a few videos here, because Fusion Financials looks so good it is better to see it than for me to explain it to you.
First you should check out the Fusion Financials YouTube channel, which has some nice demos with voice over by my former boss and now strategy director Zoe Read. I have embedded my personal favorite below
Then there is a two minute overview of Financials on Oracle.com that really only scratches the surface but captures the essence of why the reporting is so compelling very well.
If you have questions after that, feel free to ask them in comments section below…
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Posted on May 2, 2012 by David Haimes
I have been spending time writing on another blog, it’s nothing you did, it’s about me. I was drawn in by the star studded list of other guest bloggers such as Steve Miranda, Terrance Wampler and Steve Boese and I couldn’t resist when the offer was there to guest write on the Oracle Applications Blog. Now that is out in the open I feel better, I mean you were all going to find out eventually but I wanted you to hear it from me. I have to confess I was nervous at first but I was encouraged to be myself and then it was much easier. My first draft was kicked back at me and I was asked to make it more personal, when I read the first draft again I realized it was like a marketing release, I wasn’t speaking in my own ‘voice’. So I reworked an example I used here a while ago and I felt got my point across and it’s now a very personal post, drawing on my love of toast in the mornings and relating it to embedded BI. So I would strongly recommend pointing your RSS readers at the Oracle Applications Blog.
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