Author: Anaplan


5 ways that IDC recognizes the changing landscape of EPM

Effective enterprise planning is critical to business performance and, as the era of digital transformation continues to unfold, harnessing the power of cloud-based Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) technology has become top-of-mind for finance leaders. Cutting edge features like multi-dimensional databases,

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Ultimate Guide to Sales performance management

What is sales performance management? Sales performance management (SPM) is a set of operational and analytical functions that automate and unite back-office operational sales processes and is implemented to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness. SPM capabilities include incentive compensation management,

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3 demand prioritization tips to compete in an omnichannel market

Competing in an omnichannel global market means increased complexity in matching supply and demand for today’s supply chains. Demand management is the science—perhaps art—of collaboratively balancing the organization’s supply and demand by optimizing demand across the network to realize planned

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Connected Planning Xperience

What to pack for Connected Planning Xperience (CPX) 2019

With less than a week to go, we’re counting down to the welcome reception at Anaplan’s annual conference—Connected Planning Xperience (CPX). Haven’t registered yet? There’s still time. Over 2,000 planning leaders, executives, customers, and celebrity speakers will join forces in

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strategic planning

How to turn strategic planning into a successful strategy

Executing strategy in a fast-paced environment is a crucial focus for every business executive. Developing strategies around uncertainty and tough decisions can be a challenging process. So much so, in fact, that research commissioned by Anaplan recently found that only

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demand planning

Demand Planning Beginners Guide

What is demand planning? Demand planning is the supply chain management process of forecasting demand so that products can be reliably delivered and customers are always satisfied. Effective demand planning can improve the accuracy of revenue forecasts, align inventory levels

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