Jumpstart Planning in the Cloud with PARC's Oracle PBCS Accelerator
Considering a new Oracle PBCS for Oracle Hyperion planning implementation? PARC has developed our PARCway PBCS Accelerator to enable companies to go live on Oracle PBCS within weeks. It leverages best practices accumulated over decades of experience by PARC’s team of experts. This includes pre-built Oracle Planning and Budgeting solutions for income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow planning. PARC also offers industry-specific templates for banking and financial services, manufacturing, and retail sectors.
The PARCway Accelerator provides a standardized approach which facilitates the quick and easy movement of your company’s planning process into the Oracle cloud. You will be planning in the cloud within weeks by leveraging the power of Oracle’s Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) combined with PARC’s configurable templates.
Based on our experience in the Oracle planning process and tools, PARC has parameterized a complete finance solution for income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow planning. These templates still allow for customizations to be applied to align the standardized best practice processes with your company’s unique methods. These turnkey Oracle PBCS solutions provide all the functionality to power your planning cycles.
Along with the standard financial planning solutions, PARC has taken advantage of our decades of experience to compile industry-specific templates for financial services, manufacturing, and retail markets.
Each PARCway Accelerator module provides a stand-alone Oracle PBCS planning solution from loading GL data through producing executive reports. Content within the Accelerator includes:
- Planning forms
- Standardized reports
- SmartView templates
- Data load processes
- Metadata load processes
- Business rules
- Process automation scripts
- Three months of managed service support with additional support options available
Oracle PBCS Industry-specific application examples for the PARCway Accelerator:
- LOB expense allocations
- Branch planning form
- Asset quality report
- Current ratio report
- Product line profitability
- Allocation models
- Supplier quality
- Inventory turn report
- Same-store sales analysis
- Store labor planning
- 53rd-week functionality
- New | closed | relocated | remodeled store modeling