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24 June 2012

Day one, the Kscope12 symposiums

Hmm, it has occurred to me that perhaps I should have put in yesterday’s post that I am going to attempt a daily update on what I surely most awesome EPM/database/Apex/BI/you-name-it-we-have-it technical-plus-more-a-whole-lot-more conference there ever has been or will be.  Phew, that was a bit of a run on sentence.  Anyway, I am going to try (note the qualifications because this is the first day of the conference and I’m already tired) to do it.


Wouldn’t it be great if I could show you some pictures?  Why, yes it would, but alas I cannot because everything at the EPM Symposium is embargoed under a “We at Oracle are telling you the future, although we reserve the right to deny we ever had this conversation.  Or even thought about having this conversation.  Or even thought about the thought about having this conversation.  You have been warned.”  


In other words, if you want to know about and hear from:
  • EPM Strategy, Balaji Yelamanchili
  • Financial Close Solutions Futures, Janette Kosior
  • Essbase, Gabby Rubin
  • Planning and Budgeting Futures, Shankar Viswanathan
  • Data Integration and Metadata Management, Rich Wilkie
  • EPM Foundation and Common Services, Kash Mohammadi
  • EPM Reporting and Integration with OBIEE, Mitch Campbell


Pretty big names, eh?  Only KScope delivers this.


I can’t tell you what I Shankar is (I am writing this post in his Planning session) talking about but trust me, and I really mean this, if you aren’t in the room hearing what’s coming you are missing BIG changes in Planning.  I am very excited and very sad all at the same time.  Why?  Because what is coming is awesome – that makes my inner geek excited.  But sad, because I can’t tell you one single word about it.

If you’re here, you know exactly what I’m talking about.  If you’re not here, you are missing out on BIG STUFF.  Yes, word will leak out eventually, although not from me, but I know about it now.  Do you?  You NEED to be here next year.  Come hell or high water, you can be sure I will.

2 comments:

Daniel Willis said...

what a tease

Cameron Lackpour said...

Oh yes I am.

:)

Come to New Orleans and leave the Antipodes next year -- I can safely say that it will be *awesome*.

Regards,

Cameron Lackpour