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IBM Planning Analytics “top-ranked” in 25 KPIs and named a “Leader” in 13 more by BARC in "the world's largest survey of planning software users."
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In a famous scene from the baseball movie, Bull Durham, Kevin Costner’s character, a disillusioned minor-league catcher, tells a young protégé who...
You might have read my previous blog posts on things to look out for when evaluating enterprise planning applications. As you can see, some applicatio...
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Why read this: To understand the quality of your data and drive better decision making. The payoff: Two new expert resources from IBM Business Analyt...
The end of one year and the beginning of another is a happy time for most of us. But for those of you who work in finance, the cheer is dampened by so...
IBM Analytics University 2017 is happening this October in two great cities—Berlin and New Orleans. For three days (three and a half in Berlin), you'll get all kinds of practical, in-depth information about getting the most from your IBM solutions. If you're in finance, you don't want to miss it. Here 5 reasons why.
UK-based analyst FSN surveyed nearly 1,000 senior finance executives from around the world and we’ve been discussing the results of that survey in the Business Analytics blog. This week we’re looking at the topic of continuous planning and rolling forecasts.
FSN surveyed nearly 1,000 senior finance executives and compiled the results in a report called The Future of Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting." Chapter 3 of the report addresses the promise of cloud deployment while also examining the shortfalls.
The word “seismic” refers to earthquakes and things that behave like earthquakes. It’s the word analyst Gary Simon uses when he talks about changes taking place in today’s corporate finance organizations.