Enterprise Performance Management

Enterprise performance management (EPM) combines forward-looking planning, budgeting, and forecasting with timely, reliable, and accurate consolidations and reporting to form a comprehensive view of business performance. By bringing together business processes and technology, EPM enables data-driven decision making by putting relevant, streamlined information in the right hands at the right time. Implementing effective EPM solutions requires a partner that can understand your business, processes, and corporate performance management objectives in the context of a complex and ever-changing technology landscape.

 

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Why MorganFranklin?

With expertise across traditional on-premise solutions as well as emerging cloud and software as a service (SaaS) solutions, MorganFranklin partners with organizations to guide them from vendor selection through successful go-live by identifying and designing the appropriate EPM solutions to meet their specific business needs. Our rigorous approach to project management and focus on end-user adoption—coupled with lessons learned over the course of numerous successful projects—is designed to identify and resolve the challenges that companies can expect to face during implementations. Clients value our ability to bring together expertise in people, processes, and technology to prepare for growth, manage risk, and improve operations.


Capabilities

  • Full life cycle implementations
  • Requirements gathering
  • Vendor selection
  • Design and architecture
  • Build and configuration
  • Automated data integration
  • End-user and administrator training
  • System, unit, user acceptance, and parallel testing
  • Business process design and optimization
  • Data management and governance
  • Project, program, and change management

Impact & Value

  • Standardize close, consolidation, and reporting processes
  • Streamline and enable driver-based planning, budgeting, and forecasting
  • Heighten controls and improve governance
  • Provide faster, more accurate reporting to internal and external stakeholders
  • Shorten monthly, quarterly, and annual close cycles
  • Deliver in-depth analysis to support strategic decision making
  • Respond faster to auditor requests for information
  • Increase agility to scale for growth and future acquisitions
  • Improve data quality, reliability, and transparency
  • Establish single source of truth for financial information