Changing face of Integrations in EPM

Transitioning to the cloud is both a strategic priority, but also a strategic risk for many companies. With investments over the years in a combination of both on-premises and cloud technologies, any new EPM tool will require a hybrid approach to data management – where sourcing metadata and data from multiple sources is the norm, not the exception. EPM Cloud and the new features contained with the EPM Integration agent are a great step forward in delivering that new reality. This session explores various options available to make these integrations flexible and powerful with tips and tricks around the following topics: • Integrating on-premise systems using Integration Agent • Integrating cloud systems using the integration agent • Marrying Groovy and Data Management to deliver robust and reliable solutions • On-demand data load from sources – real-time data for your clients By the end of the session, you’ll have all the information to convert Data Management into a true Data Hub

Transitioning to the cloud is both a strategic priority, but also a strategic risk for many companies. With investments over the years in a combination of both on-premises and cloud technologies, any new EPM tool will require a hybrid approach to data management – where sourcing metadata and data from multiple sources is the norm, not the exception.
EPM Cloud and the new features contained with the EPM Integration agent are a great step forward in delivering that new reality. This session explores various options available to make these integrations flexible and powerful with tips and tricks around the following topics:
• Integrating on-premise systems using Integration Agent
• Integrating cloud systems using the integration agent
• Marrying Groovy and Data Management to deliver robust and reliable solutions
• On-demand data load from sources – real-time data for your clients
By the end of the session, you’ll have all the information to convert Data Management into a true Data Hub