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Page 1: Driving a future ready enterprise

© 2014 IBM Corporation

Driving a Future-Ready Enterprise

Fredrik Holmgren, IBM Business Analytics

2nd June 2014

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Strong business foresight defines a future-ready enterprise

Analytics applied to new and emerging data sources

Finance

IT

HR

Procurementsourcing

Customerservice, case management

Sales

Marketing promotions

Cross-channelcommerce,fulfillment

Foresight

Automated recurring analytic processes

Predictive intelligence applied to steer the business and adapt to risk more reliably

Integrated financial and operational information to deliver deeper insights

Key characteristicsKey characteristics

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Transform the system of

engagement

Span finance and operations, risk &

performance management

Infuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

Guided business processes, mobile, collaboration

Financial & Operational Performance Management

Narrative Reporting & Disclosure Management

Sales Performance Management

Governance, Risk and Compliance

Predictive intelligence and scenario analytics

Three analytics imperatives drive a future-ready enterprise

Big data platform

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• Tailored user experiences

• High participation and greater frequency

• Guided business process engagement

• Integrated social collaboration

Engage all the right people when needed

Finance Executives Managers Line of business IT

Transform the system of

engagement

Transform the system of engagement

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Drive collaborative performance management

Transform the system of

engagement

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Span finance & operations, risk & performance management

SalesMarketing FinanceOperations HR

• Campaign scorecards

• Promotion plans

• Customer and product profitability

• Revenue plans

• Sales dashboards

• Sales forecasts

• Incentive compensation

• Quota plans

• Territories

• Sales channels

• Enterprise scorecards

• Strategic financial plans

• Profit and loss

• Balance sheets

• Cash flow

• Workforce KPIs

• Headcount plans

• Salary and compensation

• Staffing plans

• Training and development

• Operational KPIs

• Strategy and operations plans

• Capacity and inventory plans

• Product allocation

• New products

Strategy and activity-aligned organization

Span finance & operations,

risk &

performance

management

Establish one comprehensive, analytic, planning, and scorecarding platform

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Assemble management and performance reports rapidly

• Daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly board books and presentations

• C-suite and board packages

• Performance reporting

• Save hundreds of hours / year

• Reduce errors

• Accelerate understanding

Narrative reporting

Workflow and approvals

Businessrules

Security

Span finance & operations,

risk &

performance

management

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Apply scenarios and range plans to account for uncertainty

and risk

• Model

• Build scenarios reflecting range of

future market conditions

• Collaborate

• Collaborate across business units

and functions

• Capture variability of input drivers

• Report & Analyze

• Create range of outcomes

• Analyze sensitivity of outcomes to

variability in drivers

• Plan

• Plan for multiple outcomes

Range of OutcomesRange of Outcomes Driver SensitivityDriver Sensitivity

Scenario analysisScenario analysisInfuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

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• Model multi-dimensional operational and financial business structures

• Integrate predictive models for statistical impact - examples

• Customers most likely to buy specific products or services

• Customer most likely to turn to a competitor

• Employees most likely to succeed

• Incorporate predictive outputs into scenario models and plans

Likelihood of churn

Credit worthiness

Future lifetime value

Consumer data

Transactionhistory

Social mediahistory

Transactionhistory

Profitability analysis on retention,

performance and patterns

Bring profitability analytics forward

Infuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

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Demohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqRBS6p2KwI

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IBM Solutions: On-cloud or on-premisesDeployment flexibility to meet your needs today, and tomorrow

Cloud On premises

Our place or yours?

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IBM is the ultimate partner to drive a future-ready enterprise

Valu

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alu

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Analytic Data ManagementAnalytic Data Management

MaturityMaturity

AligninformationAligninformation

Optimizeoutcomes

Optimizeoutcomes

Best PracticesBest Practices

Strategy – Aligned OrganizationStrategy – Aligned Organization

Analyzepatterns

Analyzepatterns

Span Finance and OperationsSpan Finance and Operations

Process AutomationProcess Automation

Enterprise-wideTransformationEnterprise-wideTransformation

ContinuousSteering

ContinuousSteering

• Managing multi-dimensional performance information

• Financial Consolidation and Close

• Budgeting

• Incentive CompensationManagement

• Managing multi-dimensional performance information

• Financial Consolidation and Close

• Budgeting

• Incentive CompensationManagement

• Span Financial & Operations

• Leading & External Indicators

• Driver-based modeling

• Scenario Analytics

• Rolling Forecasts

• Span Financial & Operations

• Leading & External Indicators

• Driver-based modeling

• Scenario Analytics

• Rolling Forecasts

• Metrics and Scorecarding

• Strategy Management

• Metrics and Scorecarding

• Strategy Management

• Product and CustomerProfitability

• Predictive Analytics

• Big Data Analytics

• Product and CustomerProfitability

• Predictive Analytics

• Big Data Analytics

• Planning, Analysis, and Forecasting

• Collaborative and Narrative Performance Reporting

• Disclosure Management

• Sales Performance Management

• Planning, Analysis, and Forecasting

• Collaborative and Narrative Performance Reporting

• Disclosure Management

• Sales Performance Management

• Agile enterprise

• Risk-adjusted Value Management

• Agile enterprise

• Risk-adjusted Value Management

Accelerate& Link

Accelerate& Link

EngageFrontlinesEngageFrontlines

Value Integrators Performance Accelerators

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Take proven next steps

Business value assessment

Align business capabilities with business strategy, and recommend a road map for improved value.

Solution workshop

Lay out the path ahead, from immediate improvements to a common future vision.

Proof of concept

Prove the path forward, starting small and scaling up.

1Visioning workshop

Whether via web seminar, at your facility or in an IBM solution center, we can begin charting a course.

2

3

4

Best PracticesPerformance Blueprints

Best PracticesPerformance Blueprints

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