Dec 13, 2007

Answering Some Company Questions

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  12/13/2007 10:06:00 PM   No comments

I was reading an article in BPM Magazine recently about how mainly larger companies have been using many of there business performance management processes during a merger or acquisition to come up with a plan to overcome potential problems that might arise along the way to make life easier during the transition. I had never really heard about Business performance management before but I found a great definition also at BPM Magazine.

Business performance management is a set of management and analytic processes,
supported by technology, that enable businesses to define strategic goals and then
measure and manage performance against those goals. Core BPM processes include
financial and operational planning, consolidation and reporting, business modeling,
analysis, and monitoring of key performance indicators linked to strategy.
The company I work for just went through an acquisition/merger so it was good reading to answer some of my questions.
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