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Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud Service vs. BlackLine
This post will focus on the key differences between BlackLine and Oracle’s ARM/ARCS.
Recent Blog Posts
Key Decisions for Variance Analysis Reconciliation
Variance Analysis is a key analytical tool in the period-end close. Learn if Oracle’s out-of-the-box tool is right for your company.
Oracle Cloud EPM or BlackLine: Financial Close & Account Reconciliation eBook
Download our new ebook sharing comparative analysis of Oracle and BlackLine — two key software solutions in the Close Automation space.
STX EPM Inaugural Event & Houston Astros Game – Recap
STX EPM sessions included an Oracle EPM product roadmap, breakout sessions, and a panel. Lastly, we finished the event at the Houston Astros game versus the Arizona Diamondbacks!
Oil & Gas Customer Use Cases for Oracle Cloud EPM
Read the following customer stories on how EPM has modernized finance and accounting business processes in the Oil & Gas industry.
Top 3 Cloud EPM Use Cases For SaaS
Oracle Cloud EPM is uniquely suited to streamline financial processes for rapidly growing Software as a Service companies. In this post, we outline three key EPM use cases for SaaS businesses.
EPMI’s Kscope22 Review
With representatives from Oracle, consulting partners, and EPM customers, Kscope22 is the annual focal point for our niche technology community.
EPM Integration Agent: Streamlining Finance & Accounting Processes
The following post will detail functionality specific to EPM Integration Agent, and where it fits with the other integration tools in Cloud EPM.
Cloud Maturity Model – Part 2: Oracle Financial Close, Data Management, & Account Reconciliations
Part 2 offers strategies for incorporating EPM functionality into an organization’s Close, Data Management, Account Reconciliations business processes.
Leveraging EPM for Rolling Forecasts: Top 6 Customer Questions
In this post, we answer the frequently asked rolling forecast questions we receive from our customers.