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Document: An Overview of Oracle Hyperion Planning

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This is another document from Hyperion Planning Beginner’s Guide Series. The document provides the overview of Oracle Hyperion Planning and the related products.

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1. Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting fundamentals......................................03 a. Planning Overview................................................................................03 b. Budgeting.............................................................................................03 c. Forecast................................................................................................03 2. Hyperion Planning……………………………………………………………..04 3. Challenges that Planners Face include…………………………………………04 4. Planning Features...............................................................................................06 5. Planning Components..........................................................................................07 6. Related Planning Components............................................................................07 7. Planning Architecture...........................................................................................08 8. Hyperion Workspace Overview...........................................................................09 9. Opening Planning Application……….................................................................14 10. Planning and Essbase Integration.........................................................................14 11. Planning Process Cycle..........................................................................................15…...

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