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Drive more accurate forecasts by connecting and aligning operational planning processes with financial planning.
When competing at today’s speed of business, there’s no time for disconnected spreadsheets and manual processes across departments. You need collaborative processes that join the dots between operational and financial data; easily bring together diverse data sources; analyze and predict alternative scenarios without missing a beat. EPM transcends the Finance department to every area of your business. Whether you’re in Sales, Marketing, IT, HR, or Operations, fact-based planning and informed decision making is a necessity.
Today’s CIOs are under pressure to perform an extreme balancing act between business innovation and operational excellence. IT leaders have a role in leveraging technology to drive new revenue streams, lead product innovation and build customer relationships. Yet CIOs are still expected to “keep the lights on” and maintain day to day operations.
Align IT to run and grow the business with a robust IT Financial Management solution. Provide transparency for IT shared services, optimize IT investment decisions, and promote partnership with the Business.
In today’s sales environment, territories, and scenarios are constantly changing, and you must adapt quickly or lose revenue. That’s why optimizing your sales planning processes is so important. With the majority of sales planning and forecasting still being managed via disconnected spreadsheets, there’s a significant need to innovate and drive performance improvement within sales operations.
Combining Oracle’s Planning Cloud for Sales Performance with your current SFA investment can help remove risk by providing predictive forecasts for accurate results. Make informed decisions with rich analytics for deeper insights, and better plan with extensive modeling capabilities to ensure higher achievement of targets.
Corporate strategy is only as good as the organization’s ability to execute. HR now, more than ever, has the responsibility for working together with the lines of business and Finance to ensure that your organization has the workforce to deliver on your strategy.
Plan the right skills, at the right place, at the right time, and at the right price. Align your HR strategy with corporate and line-of-business priorities.