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Oracle Introduces JD Edwards Financial Management Console

To to provide targeted financial performance metrics and compliance information to multiple stakeholders within the organization, Oracle has delivered Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management and Compliance Console. This new application enables JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers to define role-based views across a comprehensive set of performance metrics to deliver users relevant information within their areas of responsibility.

Built using core JD Edwards EnterpriseOne technology, the console extends JD Edwards EnterpriseOne financial applications and demonstrates Oracle's ongoing commitment to protect and extend customers' existing investments as part of Oracle's "Applications Unlimited" program.

Now, operational users are empowered with analysis capabilities at their desktops, enabling them to better communicate operational goals and quickly identify and address problems at the line-of-business level.

Easy to use, maintain and extend, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management and Compliance Console is a configurable, role- based console that contains 47 pre-defined metrics that can be adapted to hundreds of permutations depending on a company's requirements. Metrics include financial ratios, general accounting, accounts receivable, accounts payable and corporate governance.

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management and Compliance Console also includes seven categories of compliance alerts to support operational controls in an organization. Compliance alerts allow organizations to monitor changes to critical system settings such as credit limits and expense management policies, and also provides alerts that identify segregation of duties exposures.

Architected to be easily extended by customers and business partners using existing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools, custom metrics and alerts can also be attached to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Financial Management and Compliance Console.

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