Episode 5: Automating the Boring Stuff with Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud

December 8, 2022

More time is spent in data validation than any other step in the entire close process. How much of this time is truly value-add and how much could better be spent doing almost anything else? Whether we’re reconciling accounts using traditional Oracle PM tools, Excel, Blackline, or the power of humans, our time is literally going towards seeing if this number equals that number. You might think you’re really good at it! I mean, cavemen were asking at a point in time, “Does this rock look like that rock?” But truthfully, this is not a good use of our higher-level thinking (we have thankfully evolved). We now have technology to handle this robotic process automation, and it’s extremely quick to implement. Give us 60 days, and we’ll give you the world (or at least, a large amount of your time back that you could then spend doing things like conquering the world).

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The burning question: is it realistic to think that you can really make an impact in less than 60 days? Yes, yes, YES! Edward Roske will give you the down and dirty on Narrative Reporting, Enterprise Data Management, Account Reconciliation Cloud, Scenario Modeling, and more. After this session, you’ll know which of these amazing EPM areas is right for you as you journey into 2023 in a better state than ever before.

Highlighted Speakers

Edward Roske

Edward Roske

Chief Performance Officer | Argano

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