Title: Senior Hyperion HFM Developer
About the position:
We are looking for a mid-level developer with a thorough understanding of the inter-working of Hyperion Applications, including the configuration steps required for planning, designing, building and implementing Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) or Hyperion Enterprise solutions. The candidate will be expected to work independently and is expected to be a subject matter expert in Hyperion. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years development experience with two years of active advanced, specific experience in designing and implementing HFM or Enterprise. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required.
Title: Hyperion Financial Reports Developer
About the Position:
Looking for a Hyperion Financial Reports developer for a multinational organization in India. The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of Hyperion FR experience. HFM and Planning experience is a plus. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required
Deliver day to day service support on Hyperion applications; process and technical analysis and problem resolution
With software from SAP BusinessObjects you can leverage powerful data integration capabilities that enable you to:
Oracle, Cognos, etc.
There are some very complex and powerful options for BI deployments in large companies. All one needs is sufficient budget and time to implement and away you go!
What about everyone else? Open source components, smaller scope of work scenarios and so forth are the most likely options along with don't take on the effort at all. Of course that leaves out process optimization - another system to tackle at a later date.
What is the process of analysis in BI and EPM technology? The reason i ask often times i see the culmination of BI and EPM implementations result in Dashboards. These are based on design and requirements which were put on paper 5 months ago or at the start of the project. In the interim business changes, but there is no process to incorporate the changed need into the dashboards and the process of analysis. How are these changes incorporated in Dashboards and the delivery aspect of BI and EPM technology?
I was very pleased to see some great coverage today on SAP's Analytics and BI Strategy in the following article by Stephen Swoyer in Enterprise Systems: SAP Speaks Softly, but Carries a BIg Stick.
There's a reason that Hyperion® Essbase is the industry-leading OLAP solution. It simply offers more features and functionality than any other solution. ShowCase Essbase brings these technologies to companies using the IBM® eServer iSeries™ (AS/400®).
With Essbase, your company's managers, executives and analysts can:
This article is just to show the one of the features of OBI EE. It is not recommended to use this feature since it bypasses the metadata layer and executes direct database requests. If it has to be used in your environment, do it with utmost care and caution taking all the security into consideration.
OBI EE can execute user provided SQL on a database and can get the results back to the end user. By default this feature is turned off. In order to enable it, there are 2 steps that one would have to follow.