Published By: Elementum
Published Date: Sep 03, 2018
While everyone is scrambling to make sure their income statements reflect a profitable year by squeezing procurement costs, it’s actually the balance sheet that tells the full story of long term financial health.
IBM Planning Analytics is the fast, flexible, planning solution that helps you align financial plans with corporate objectives linked to operational tactics and market events. In this quick, 10- minute guided demo, you’ll get hands-on experience with IBM Planning Analytics by building a book for revenue planning.
You’ll play the role of a financial planner and learn how to:
• Create a book for revenue planning in Planning Analytics Workspace
• Adjust the plan by increasing sales through an online channel by 20%
• Review the impact of your changes on net profit
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Sep 07, 2018
Innovate the supply chain, improve the business
For many companies, supply chain performance affects 100 percent of company revenue but only part of the income statement. Supply chain problems have significant impact across the rest of the business, as do supply chain successes. If you could improve the health and visibility of your supply chain and your business, wouldn’t you?
Together with Supply Chain Management Review (SCMR), Anaplan surveyed dozens of supply chain leaders about the effectiveness of their supply chain management strategies.
Survey data capturing trends in supply chain challenges and opportunities
Practical tips on improving supply chain performance
Insight on the important connection between supply chain and business performance
Accountants typically spend a great deal of time in the compilation of ?nancial statements for compliance purposes and for
measuring the historical performance of a company. However, all of the data in the balance sheet and income statement is
generated from historical information in the accounting system.
To be useful in helping to improve the ?nancial performance of a company, the raw ?nancial data needs to be distilled into
useful information so that it can be used in making strategic decisions.
Telecommunications expenses are among the largest cost items on the corporate income statement. According to leading industry analysts, many companies can lower their telecommunications costs by 15 percent or more without damaging their service quality. In this white paper, MBG outlines five steps that can lead to these savings.