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FP&A Hyperion Systems & Reporting-DRM Production Lead, VP
at MUFG Americas
Hyperion System Maintenance & User Support: DRM metadata maintenance and definition updates, user support (access, functionality, Hyperion Planning administration (calendar, production, forms, budget transfers issue resolution, Business Requirements Framework (BRF) owner and Management Reporting Change Council enhancements.
Hyperion Project Liaison: Coverage view, Management Reporting Transformation Program, FTP MRA Remediation, Process improvements, Cost allocation, Management reporting rules documentation, Mirror RC reassessment, Customer and product profitability, etc.
Level 2 Error Remediation: Americas cube data integrity issues and audit remediation, Branch and Bank Coverage maintenance
10+ years of experience in Oracle's Hyperion Suite/EPM - administration, DRM management and maintenance, system development
3+ years of experience in consulting engaged in Hyperion solution design/implementation
- This position typically requires a degree from a four-year college (e.g., B.A., B.S.); advanced degree or MBA is strongly preferred
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