Razza 2004 to Explore Benefits of Hierarchy Management

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Razza 2004 is a three-day conference dedicated to hierarchy and master data management, focused on the benefits for enterprise reporting and analysis. Several Fortune 500 companies will deliver case studies, while technical tracks, roundtables and individual expert sessions will offer in-depth content. John Kopcke, CTO for Hyperion, will give the keynote.

Attend Razza 2004 to find out what most of the top 10 banks in the United States already know: hierarchy management is an effective way to kill multiple birds with one stone: increasing the accuracy of enterprise data; shortening close cycles; improving the speed of reporting and analysis applications; and, perhaps most importantly, extending the reach of business intelligence environments.

John Kopcke, CTO for Hyperion (NYSE: HYSL), will deliver the keynote, which will address the importance of hierarchy management in enterprise reporting and analysis, while outlining the synergies of Hyperion Essbase 7X and Razza Dimension Server, the flagship product of Razza Solutions, Inc. Razza’s President, Douglas Cosby will host a product roadmap, inviting participation from the company’s client base and prospects to help determine which new features will be included in 2005 releases.

The main conference runs from Oct. 17-19 at the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, TX. For a schedule, registration and more information, go to: http://www.be-seen.net/razza. A half-day session will be offered on Wednesday, Oct. 20, for in-depth discussions.

Case studies delivered by Fortune 500 and other large corporations will focus on a range of issues, including:

  •     integration with data warehouses and OLAP applications;
  •     reverse inheritance as a means to solve business problems;
  •     integration with SAP and other applications;
  •     improving visibility, shortening close cycles and integrating with OFSA;
  •     integration with Hyperion Essbase and Enterprise;
  •     building a summarized G/L cube with drill-through to Oracle.

An array of technical sessions will give in-depth information on using specific features of RazzaDS, including: inheritance, the Automator, derived properties and the formula editor, security, making the most of properties, managing balanced hierarchies, managing the Hyperion analytic environment, and the new Razza API.

Cosby notes the importance of user involvement in the development of RazzaDS: “The Razza Dimension Server was initially created to meet a very specific need in the banking world, and since then, each new release has been driven by user requests. Today, RazzaDS is used by nearly two-dozen Fortune 500 companies, across a range of industries, including financial services, oil & gas, healthcare, transportation and others. We look forward to hearing from our customers and prospects as we move forward.”

For more information, visit http://www.razza.com.

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