Finit Ranked in Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Companies for the 10th Consecutive Year!

Finit is proud to be included in the 2016 listing of the fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine.  Finit’s inclusion in the 2016 listing represents the 10th consecutive year that Finit has made the Inc. 5000 list.

Another OneStream First at Finit - Account Reconciliations

Finit's relationship with OneStream has been a story of firsts...

KScope16 has wrapped up but not before we discussed new products and features

Finit's Erich Ranz sits down at KScope16 to talk with Greg Barrett about Oracle's cloud version of HFM and newest EPM product, FCCS, and all of its new features.

Cindy Eichner Discussing her KScope16 Presentations

Check out Finit's Director of Planning and Essbase Practice, Cindy Eichner's, presentations at KScope16!

Attention all Oracle EPM customers…Are you attending KScope16 in Chicago on June 26-30, 2016?

Be sure to catch all the FInit sessions being offered. We’re pleased to be presenting 10 sessions throughout the week. Finit’s 10 presentations are a reflection of our dedication to providing unmatched solutions to our customers. If you have anyfalse

All Things Chart of Accounts

Determining the chart of accounts is a pivotal step in the development of any EPM solution, regardless of the product that is being implemented. Finit will be hosting a webinar to discuss various topics that should be considered when deciding on a chartfalse

FCCS in Detail

In our previous entry, we discussed the 5 W’s of FCCS. 

The 5 W's of FCCS


FCCS stands for Financial Consolidation & Close Cloud Service (one of the C’s is silent). It is Oracle’s latest EPM tool for the cloud and the first one specifically targeting the financial close. Per Oracle product management this is notfalse

Splash is here! Catch Finit's Exciting Presentations

OneStream’s Splash user conference has begun and we are excited to be presenting the sessions below:  

Query Designer – The Prius of EPM Reporting

What is the Query Designer? It just looks like another ad-hoc grid to me…

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