1. Do an internal audit and understand your environment first. If you don't have the time, energy or internal resources, seek a third-party auditor. You'll likely be surprised at what other cost efficiencies you can find during this stage.
2. Once you understand your licensing environment, you'll be in a better position to go back to Oracle to talk about the unused and unnecessary Hyperion Planning modules.
3. Depending on when these unused licenses were ordered, you may have other options that allow for restructuring around the excess.
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