In an ideal world, a robust enterprise performance management system should be enabled by business application software, with fully integrated components that is accessible to everyone in the organisation and gathers and reports data in real time or near real time.
However, CFO Innovation's recent survey of Asia’s finance directors, controllers and other senior executives, sponsored by Oracle, reveal otherwise.
- Strong confidence in enterprise performance management
- Actual practice falls short of the ideal
- The quality of EPM in Asia is judged to be generally ‘adequate’
- Business intelligence and strategy setting are the weakest areas
- Focus on financial management: Failure to manage uncertainty
- Focus on business intelligence: Ambivalence about gut feel
This free report will help you benchmark your company’s EPM practices and spark ideas about how to enhance productivity, efficiency and competitiveness in the post-recession business environment.