A new class of EPM solutions enables stakeholders in the finance, HR, sales, marketing, IT, and supply chain departments to focus their expertise on business needs rather than technology challenges.
Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) is extending its reach beyond the CFO’s office to automate five critical aspects across the modern enterprise: strategy, plans, budgets, performance, and forecasts. The modern, cloud-based class of EPM that enables this transformation—called “connected EPM” by research firm IDC—is more than just a better way to plan. It’s a strategic competitive advantage for organizations.
If you’re ready to get more from your EPM investment, download IDC’s white paper, “Connecting Plans and Performance: It’s a New Day for the Enterprise,” to learn:
- Challenges faced by business leaders when managing enterprise performance with conventional tools
- Benefits of moving to connected EPM from siloed spreadsheets and traditional EPM solutions
- Examples of organizations in insurance, technology, and consumer packaged goods that effectively utilize connected EPM
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