Posted on February 11, 2020
John McGale, Performance Architects
Annually, the Finance and Administration Division at a public research university in Ohio must calculate regulatory metrics from audited financial statements manually, in order to provide the CFO one of many means of analyzing and assessing the financial health of the university. This information is also shared with the State of Ohio Higher Learning Commission (HLC) in order to maintain accreditation for the university.
Register here to join the Performance Architects team on Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST for a live, free webinar which will discuss a recent client case study related to using Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OAS) to modernize regulatory financial reporting for the university.
This case study will provide an overall understanding of the university’s challenges with respect to analytics based on audited financial statements, along with a solid understanding of the main features and benefits of Oracle Analytics Cloud Service and Essbase, and further insights into the business benefits of this solution to the university.
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