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Past Events

  • How to Comply with Mexico’s New Tax Requirements

    The Mexican government, through its taxing service (Servicio de Administración Tributaria or SAT), recently stablished new regulations regarding electronic accounting, effective July 1st, 2014.

    To help organizations who operate in the country, IT Convergence presented a webcast in Spanish featuring a solution to adapt Oracle EBS to the new regulation.

  • Why Upgrading Hyperion is Exactly What You Need?

    The influence of IT investments has never been bigger on CFOs. Using the latest technology is not an avoidable cost that should be minimized anymore. In fact, investing in IT has become the best opportunity to accommodate on-going business requirements while taking advantage of the latest functionalities for your finances.

    Hyperion EPM has never been more comprehensive and flexible. To help companies like yours understand why upgrading to the latest release is the key to building a modern finance department, we are inviting you to our webcast: Why Hyperion EPM Upgrade Is Something You Need to Do.

  • 5 Ways to Survive the End of Discoverer #2 OBIEE

    Are you looking to replace Discoverer? This time we present you the second part of our Webcast Series in Spanish: Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE), where we discussed this tool, the path that Oracle suggests for their users to take and if Oracle BI Foundation Suite is the best option to migrate for your company.

  • Everything you didn’t know about SLA

    Subledger Accounting is far from being a new term. Since its introduction in R12, Oracle changed drastically the way accounting is done. However, companies are still not familiar with the power and benefits SLA brings.

    In this webcast, we will help you understand how you can go beyond the standard use of SLA and take full advantage of its flexible and comprehensive capabilities.

  • Oracle EBS R12: The Key to a Successful China Expansion

    Undeniably, China plays a leading role in today's global economy. After 20 years of rapid growth and an increasingly open-door policy, the Chinese landscape offers nearly limitless opportunities for foreign businesses. Deciding to set up operations in the country is a sound strategic decision, but without the proper tools and expertise, the many challenges could plunge your project into chaos.