KScope14 FDMEE Multiproduct

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Tony Scalese, Edgewater Ranzal Oracle Financial Data Management (FDM) practice director, presented "Getting the Most Out of FDMEE in a Multiproduct Environment" at KScope14.

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KScope14 FDMEE Multiproduct

  1. 1. Getting the Most Out of FDMEE in a Multiproduct Environment Tony Scalese Edgewater Ranzal
  2. 2. Focus Services People Methodology Customers Partnership 18 Years 1000+ clients 1500+ projects About Edgewater Ranzal
  3. 3. We offer a full spectrum of EPM/BI Services Dashboards & Scorecards, Financial Analytics & Reporting, Operational Analytics, What-if Analysis, Query & Reporting, Visual Exploration Financial performance, Legal, Segment & Mgmt Reporting, Financial Close HFM Optimization, Performance Lab SOX Compliance Support Strategic Finance, Planning, Budgeting, Forecasting, Workforce Planning, Capital Planning, Project Financial Planning Data Integration, Financial Data Management, Data Warehousing, Master Data Management &DRM, ETL Services, Automation Project/Program Mgmt, EPM Road Maps, Application Reviews, Business Requirements, Process Change, Documentation Installation, Upgrades, Migration, System Monitoring, Backup and Recovery, Disaster Recovery, Load Testing, Hardware Sizing, Exalytics Benchmarking Consolidation Business Intelligence Enterprise Planning Infrastructure Training & Support Services Project Management Data Services Costing & Profitability Mgmt Support Services – Infrastructure & Application Support Contracts Key Teach Course Delivery: Planning, Essbase, Financial Reporting, Smart View, HPCM, HFM, FDM, DRM, OBIEE Custom Training Delivery: Process & Reporting HPCM Standard & Detailed Models, Waterfall Allocations, Activity Based Costing, Customer, Product & LOB Profitability
  4. 4.  Data Integration Options  FDMEE Overview & Key Features/Benefits  Scenario Analysis Agenda
  5. 5. HFM Essbase/Planning • FDMEE • Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) • Informatica • EPMA Data Sync • SmartView • Data Forms/Grid • Custom build (API) • Essbase load Rules • Essbase Integration Services (EIS) • Essbase Studio • EPMA Data Sync • FDMEE • Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) • Informatica • SmartView/Essbase Add-in • Custom build/Other 3rd Party Tools Inbound Integration Options HAL is dead, let it go! 
  6. 6. Solution Pros Cons FDMEE Prepackaged solution Finance focused Still maturing ODI World class ETL, prebuilt adaptors IT Centric Informatica World class ETL, adaptors available IT Centric EPMA Data Sync Free Limited mapping Difficult to troubleshoot Custom build (API) Get exactly the functionality you want Support HFM Inbound Integrations
  7. 7. Solution Pros Cons Essbase load Rules Free Hyperperformant Administrator access required EIS / Studio Drill from any level More BI focused, IT centric EPMA Data Sync Free Limited mapping Difficult to troubleshoot FDMEE Prepackaged solution Finance focused Still maturing Doesn’t support planning text ODI World class ETL, prebuilt adaptors, Supports planning IT Centric Informatica World class ETL, adaptors available IT Centric Custom build Get exactly the functionality you want Support Essbase Inbound Integrations
  8. 8. HFMEss EssHFM EssEss HFMHFM • Essbase Analytics Link (EAL) • Extended Analytics w/Load Rules • EPMA Data Sync • ODI • Informatica • FDMEE • Report Scripts • Calc Scripts • EPMA Data Sync • ODI • Informatica • FDMEE • Report Scripts • Calc Scripts • Partitions • EPMA Data Sync • ODI • Informatica • FDMEE • EPMA Data Sync • Extended Analytics • ODI • Informatica • FDMEE Inter-EPM Data Integration
  9. 9. Source Pros Cons Essbase Analytics Link (EAL) Near real time Additional Licensing Need to map data Extended Analytics w/Load Rules Free Good performance Difficult to automate More administrator driven EPMA Data Sync Free Web based Difficult to automate Limited mapping Security ODI World class ETL IT centric Possible licensing expense Informatica World class ETL IT centric FDMEE Web based/end user driven Robust mapping Securable Requires custom scripting Possible Licensing expense Performance HFM to Essbase
  10. 10. Source Pros Cons Report Scripts Free Performance Requires API programming Calc Scripts Free Performance Requires API programming EPMA Data Sync Free Web based Difficult to automate Limited mapping Security ODI World class ETL IT centric Possible licensing expense Informatica World class ETL IT centric FDMEE Web based/end user driven Robust mapping Securable Requires custom scripting Possible Licensing expense Performance Essbase to HFM
  11. 11. Source Pros Cons Report Scripts Free Performance Calc Scripts Free Performance Mapping Partitions Real time data Additional licensing EPMA Data Sync Free Web based Harder to automate ODI Very performant Prebuilt adaptors Additional licensing Informatica Very performant Prebuilt adaptors IT centric FDMEE Web based Performance Essbase to Essbase
  12. 12. Source Pros Cons EPMA Data Sync Free Web based Harder to automate Security Limited mapping Extended Analytics Free Requires API programming ODI Prebuilt adaptors for loading Performance IT centric Possible licensing expense Informatica Prebuilt adaptors for loading Performance IT centric FDMEE Web based Robust mapping Securable API programming required HFM to HFM
  13. 13.  Fully integrated web based data management tool created for Finance & Accounting users  Intuitive, guided workflow  Process data from virtually any source  Robust mapping/transformation capabilities  Powerful data validation & quality checks  Target System Integration Enhancements  Enterprise wide process monitoring  Predelivered reporting  Full lights out capability  Prebuilt source system integration & Drill Thru Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition (FDMEE)
  14. 14.  Import: Data is extracted from source, imported into FDMEE database and maps are applied  Validate: Confirms that all data is mapped, for HFM, confirms mapped intersection is valid  Export: Exports data from FDMEE database and loads target application then runs consolidation  Check: Retrieves post calculated/aggregated balances from target system, checks against administrator defined thresholds to determine data quality Workflow
  15. 15.  View Source and Target Data  View Mapped, Unmapped & Ignored records  Hide/Show Additional columns  Sort up to 3 columns concurrently  Change column Order On 1 Screen…
  16. 16.  Explicit  Wildcards (* or _) Multi Column Filtering
  17. 17.  Selected columns, filtered rows in FDMEE  Excel output Export to Excel
  18. 18.  By Dimension: Account, Entity, ICP, Up to 20 Customs  Multiple Types: ● Explicit: 1 to 1 ● Between: Continuous range of source values ● In: Non continuous range of source values ● Like: Wildcarding ● Multidim: Mapping
  19. 19.  Additional mapping options  Update multiple dimensions from single map  Validate option  Merge Import option  Apply maps to specific data load rules FDMEE Mapping Enhancements
  20. 20.  Determine target based on multiple dimensions ● Similar to varValues without needing to script  Supports Wildcarding  Supports multiple dimensions  Only applies to source values MultiDimensional Maps
  21. 21.  <BLANK>: No more import scripts  Segment: <1>,<2>  Format Mask (11.1.2.3.510): Wildcards on steriods ● Source: 1200_M100_23045 ● Format Mask: #Format(“*_Plant#???_*”,”_”) ● Target: 1200_Plant100_23045 Wildcard Mapping Source Value Source Map Target Map Result 1000_10065 <1> * 1000 Co1000_10065 ??<1> * 1000 1200_M100_23045 <2> * M100
  22. 22.  Jython or SQL scripts  SQL is better from a performance perspective Updating Multiple Dimensions at Once
  23. 23.  Validate all mapping records, not just newly entered items  Enhancement request filed to give On/Off option to force validate on save Validate Mapping Outside of Workflow
  24. 24.  Merge mode will update maps based on Rule Name (Wildcard) or Source Value (Explicit) Import Maps from Excel
  25. 25.  Allows mapping logic to be specific to a data load rule  Not required to be specified  Only 1 data load rule can be specified for a mapping record  Enhancement filed to extend to data load rules of locations assigned a parent map Data Load Rule Specific Maps
  26. 26.  Intersection Validation ● Out of the box for HFM ● Scripting process possible to extend to Essbase  Check Report Data Validation & Quality
  27. 27.  HFM Journals  Data Protection  Consolidation  Run Time Sub Var Integration Enhancing Target System Integration
  28. 28.  FDMEE passes value at execution Run Time Sub Vars
  29. 29. Process Monitoring  Snapshot view of data load process across the organization
  30. 30.  Process Monitor Reports  Variance Reports  Location Analysis Reports (Mapping)  Listing Reports (Metadata)  Audit Reports (Data investigation)  Base Trial Balance Reports  Intersection Reports  Check Reports Reporting
  31. 31.  Inbound Data ● Flat file (single & multiperiod) ● Direct integration  Metadata  Data Writeback  Other Batches  Groupings for Security  No scripting required* Automation/Batch
  32. 32. Prebuilt Integrations System Version EPM Version Oracle eBusiness Suite 11.5.10 cu2 12 12.1.3 11.1.1.3+ 11.1.1.3+ 11.1.2.1+ PeopleSoft Financial Management 9.0 9.1 11.1.1.3+ 11.1.2.1+ PeopleSoft Commitment Control 9.1 11.1.2.2 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.0 Requires Tools 9.1 11.1.2.2 Fusion Financials 11.1.2.1.501+ SAP R3 / ECC 4.7 / 6.0 11.1.2.1.501+ SAP BW 7.0 11.1.2.3 PeopleSoft Human Capital Management 9.0 9.1 11.1.2.0+ 11.1.2.3
  33. 33.  Vastly better performance  Source & Target data on 1 screen Improved Drill Through
  34. 34.  Improved Multiperiod Load ● Import Formats applied  More Targets ● Account Reconciliation Manager (ARM) ● Essbase ASO  Security Enhancements ● Shared Service Groups are supported ● Security by Function, Report, Batch & Script Other Note Worthy Enhancements
  35. 35. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL SHARING PURPOSES ONLY. IT IS NOT A COMMITMENT TO DELIVER ANY MATERIAL, CODE, OR FUNCTIONALITY, AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON IN MAKING PURCHASING DECISIONS. THE DEVELOPMENT, RELEASE, AND TIMING OF ANY FEATURES OR FUNCTIONALITY DESCRIBED IN THIS DOCUMENT REMAINS AT THE SOLE DISCRETION OF ORACLE. THIS DOCUMENT IN ANY FORM, SOFTWARE OR PRINTED MATTER, CONTAINS PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THAT IS THE EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF ORACLE. YOUR ACCESS TO AND USE OF THIS CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL IS SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF YOUR ORACLE SOFTWARE LICENSE AND SERVICE AGREEMENT, WHICH HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND WITH WHICH YOU AGREE TO COMPLY. THIS DOCUMENT AND INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED, COPIED, REPRODUCED OR DISTRIBUTED TO ANYONE OUTSIDE ORACLE WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF ORACLE. THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT PART OF YOUR LICENSE AGREEMENT NOR CAN IT BE INCORPORATED INTO ANY CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH ORACLE OR ITS SUBSIDIARIES OR AFFILIATES. Safe Harbor – Under Penalty of Death
  36. 36.  Data Relationship Management (DRM)  Sub-ledger transactions for Account Reconciliation Manager (ARM)  HFM and ARM journal write-back  Tax Provision (HTP)  Fusion Commitment Control  EPM Applications Direct Integration
  37. 37.  Centralized data management  Flexibility  Drill Through & Writeback  Minimizes dependency on IT  Greater ROI Why FDMEE?
  38. 38.  Performance  Cost  Capability ● Text ● Data Warehouse data formats Why Not FDMEE?
  39. 39.  Scenario 1: Different Dimensionality  Scenario 2: Same Dimensions, Different Granularity  Scenario 3: Same Dimensions, Same Granularity Multiproduct Business Cases
  40. 40.  HFM: Entity, Account, ICP, Cost Center  Essbase: Entity, Account, ICP, Cost Center, Product, Market Key Questions  Do HFM adjustments/eliminations get loaded to Essbase? Scenario 1: Different Dimensionality
  41. 41.  HFM: Entity, Account, ICP, Division  Planning: Entity, Account, ICP, Product Key Questions  Do HFM adjustments/eliminations get loaded to Essbase?  Does Plan/Fcst need to be loaded to HFM?  Are these EPMA enabled apps?  Which application is the system of record? Scenario 2: Same Dimensionality, Different Granularity
  42. 42.  HFM & Planning: Entity, Account, ICP, Cost Center, Product Family Key Questions  Do HFM adjustments/eliminations get loaded to Essbase or duplicated/calc’d in Essbase?  Does Plan/Fcst need to be loaded to HFM?  Are these EPMA enabled apps?  Is drill thru needed?  Do individual users need to sync data? Scenario 3: Same Dimensions and Granularity
  43. 43.  Is drill thru required?  How does the dimensionality align?  How does the granularity align?  What is the timing required?  What is the performance expectation? (1644737.1)  What are the data volumes?  Who owns the process? In Summary
  44. 44. Questions Want to dive deeper into the fun stuff? Jython Scripting for FDMEE – It’s Not That Scary Room 617 Wednesday @ 11:15 AM

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