Financial data quality management is a business issue, and is defined as the practice by which companies can effectively and consistently combine the following four factors: Financial data collection and transformation Repeatable financial processes Internal controls Audit trails What is Oracle/Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management (FDM)? Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management, is an out-of-the-box […]
Oracle E-Business Suite mobile apps enable users to perform needed tasks or take action on Oracle E-Business Suite transactions from mobile devices, such as iOS smartphones. The Oracle Mobile iProcurement for Oracle E-Business Suite app enables requesters to monitor their requisitions and take action on the go. Using this app, as requesters, you can: Track [...]
Happy happy birthday to my beautiful, smart, strong, and ferocious big girl. I've loved you since the second we met.
I cannot believe it's been a decade since I first laid eyes on this little sweetie. Her little smile has been lighting up my life ever since.
I think I need my head examined. I had the bright idea that Alli should have a sleepover for her tenth birthday party this weekend. And I let her invite ten people thinking at the most four would show. It is Christmas, after all - you never know how people are spending their holidays, Instead we had SIX RSVPs but I assured Ryan they were ten year old girls - what could be that hard?
Having spent the day attending a business meeting in London, I had the opportunity to test out a recent purchase, namely a Vodaphone 3G Broadband Data Card. I have to say I’m really impressed with the speeds one can attain using this card - I wish I had bought it sooner! I managed to access the internet at a speed of 1.8mbps from London Victoria Train station and was able to happily surf all the way on the train home. Now I should be able to blog, check e-mails or surf from anywhere in the country.
Last year I left my permanent job and I am now going to be contracting as an Independent Oracle Applications Consultant and Solutions Architect.
I sat in on a workshop recently and one of the slides had some interesting points about how we use our senses to register and retain information. It stated:
How we register information
How we retain information