Tag: Analytics

Messy data inertia hindering your performance management? Here’s how to clean it up and put it to work

One of the common hurdles companies face when digitalising their performance management processes, is starting with ‘messy data’. Cleaning it up seems like a daunting task; tearing up  systems, disrupting business as usual and above all, costing time and money. It’s not difficult to see why operational transformation projects fail to get off the ground.

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Why CFOs should be Analytics advocates

CFOs sometimes feel removed from the specific decisions surrounding the undertaking of advanced analytics programs. The view is that working out the goals and implementation is for IT and the business partners. However, CFOs should be the first advocates of analytics programs as they have the most to gain from them.

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The Battle: Is MS Excel dead?

More debate than battle, but it certainly was heated with both sides bringing their A game!

“If you haven’t heard of the outcry for the death of Excel then you must be living under a rock. This highly emotive topic has gained a lot of high profile media attention, fake news and even changed the views of many finance professionals all the way up to the C-suite and Wall Street.

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