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Written for administrators, dashboard and report designers, plus end users, and filled with background knowledge and step-by-step guides, this book deep dives into cube views, dashboards, reporting, and highlights the tools and tricks that will take user experiences to a new level.
We examine how leveraging the full power of the OneStream Platform will help you move beyond the standard interface, align your end-user experiences with your business and process requirements, promote user adoption through efficiency and ease of use, and truly maximize the value of your OneStream implementation.
By the end of this book, you will have a deep understanding of the components that drive the user experience and how and when to use them. You’ll walk away with a plethora of tools and ideas to incorporate into your application to deliver your very own user experience.
Written by: Roy Googin, Jessica Toner and Andrea Tout
Technical Editors: John Rodgers and Peter Fugere
OneStream provides a market-leading Intelligent Finance Platform that reduces the complexity of financial operations. It unifies corporate performance management (CPM) processes such as planning, financial close and consolidation, reporting and analytics through a single, extensible solution.
The OneStream Financial Close Handbook—written by expert authors—is a practical book for implementors, administrators, and end-users, that dives into the Financial Close with a specific focus on the Account Reconciliations and Transaction Matching solutions.
Written by: Ryan Connors, Kelly Darren, Jessica McAlpine, Mike Malandra and Mike Queeney
Technical Editors: Shawn Stalker and Jason Ruge
Hundreds of companies have turned to OneStream to solve complex planning, consolidation and operational reporting needs. OneStream’s unique ability to provide a multitude of solutions across dozens of industries is largely due to its dynamic Finance Engine which provides the capability to add industry- and company-specific business intelligence to data. Employing the full power of the Finance Engine allows companies to extend the platform and fully exploit the power of their investment.
Aimed at everyone from novices to seasoned veterans, this handbook—by OneStream Distinguished Architect Jon Golembiewski—will break down the Finance Engine and outline how to write Finance Business Rules and Calculations. Its insights will help propel OneStream applications to the next level.
Written by: Jon Golembiewski
Technical Editors: Eric Osmanski and Tommy Sandi
Aimed at OneStream Planning practitioners, administrators, implementors, and power users alike, as well as Financial close and consolidations practitioners, OneStream Planning: The Why, How and When is the first standalone book in the performance management space to cover the power and potential of Planning in OneStream. Drawing from real-world deployments, the book is rooted in easily understood business use cases, and explains approaches (with code) through a comprehensive exploration of the solution. All this is offered within a framework of top functional and technical practice as informed by the authors’ decades-long consulting and application development experiences.
Written by: Cameron Lackpour and Celvin Kattookaran
Technical Editors: Mel Lenhardt and Jon Golembiewski
The Definitive Reference to Design, Configure and Support Your OneStream Platform. In this practical guide, The Architect Factory team at OneStream Software explains each part of an implementation, and the design of solutions. Readers will learn the core guiding principles for implementing OneStream from the company’s top team of experts. Beyond offering a training guide, the focus of this book is on the ‘why’ of design and building an application.
Peter Fugere, Greg Bankston, Eric Osmanski, Jonathan Golembiewski, John Von Allmen, Todd Allen, Nick Kroppe, Jacqui Slone, Nick Blazosky, Andy Moore, Sam Richards, Terry Shea, Shawn Stalker, Jeff Jones, Tony Dimitrie, Jody Di Giovanni, and Chul Smith