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IBM's Dan Beer discusses the role of Watson predictive analytics in mitigating risk from the CFO's office to the entire enterprise. Presented at the Smarter Business Summit in Montreal, Sept 17, 2014.

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Driving a Future-Ready Enterprise

Dan Beer, Director, Performance Management, IBM Business [email protected]

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New dynamics put new pressures on CFOs

In the U.S., non-financial companies have a record $1.45 trillion in cash (Forbes)

“...growth and job creation are still too weak. New risks are arising while several old risks remain.” (IMF)

75% of security breaches are driven by financial motives (Verizon)

Business model innovation

Uncertainty and volatilityRegulatory environment

• Changing nature of transactions (e.g., mobile)

• Partnering for speed• Growth in emerging markets• Cash-rich balance sheets

• Uneven economic recovery• Growing shareholder expectations• Changes to currency and financial

institutions • Globalization and demographic shifts

• Higher levels of transparency

• New cybersecurity / information

security regulations

• Focus on corporate governance

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19Middle East and Africa 51

Asia Pacific

Central and Eastern Europe

57Western Europe

155

Japan

98

North America

102

South America

94

CFO insights from the IBM Global C-suite Study: 576 CFO interviews from around the world

Source: Question E--Participant Country

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CFOs rank second only to CEOs in collaborative C-suite influence

C-Suite collaboration partners

Source: Question B6--Which of your C-suite peers do you work most closely with in support of the enterprise?

78%

65%

24%

CEO CFO All others

Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

Finance has a role in bringing balance to the funding of innovation. We play a role in challenging ideas and callingout where they are not working.Finance applies discipline to theprocess

CFO, Life Sciences, Unites States

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The gaps between importance and effectiveness have grown since 2005, demonstrating growing business pressures

Largest gaps between importance and effectiveness

58%

19%

46%

34%

42%

37%

27%

33%37%

205%

increase

35%

increase

Drive integration of information

across the enterprise

Develop talentin the financeorganization

Optimize planning,budgeting and

forecasting

Execute Continuous

finance process improvements

Measure/monitorbusiness

performance

2005

2013

Source: Question CFO1--How important are each of the following areas of responsibility to your enterprise? CFO2: How effective is your organization in the following areas?

Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

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Finance organizations continue to rely on spreadsheets and intuition two-thirds of the time

Intuition Spreadsheet ERP Analytic tool

14% 52% 19% 15%

50% 100%0%

Capabilities/tools used to support Finance

Source: Question CFO6--What capabilities / tools does your organization use for the following activities?Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

We need to ensure we deliver value through changing technology versus being a slave to our systems

CFO, Insurance, United Kingdom

“”

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Flashback: The 2010 Global CFO Study identified 4 Finance profiles, with one group, Value Integrators, outperforming the rest

Low

High

HighLow

Value Integrator

DisciplinedOperator

ScorekeeperConstrained

Advisor

Finance Efficiency

Enterprise-wide information standards

Standard financial chart of accounts

Common finance data definitions and data governance

Standard/common finance processes

Operational planning and forecasting capabilityFinance talent developmentCommon planning platform

Value IntegratorPerformance optimizationPredictive insightsEnterprise risk managementBusiness decision making

Disciplined OperatorFinance operations focusedInformation provisionPerformance interpretation

Constrained AdvisorAnalytics focusedSub-optimal executionFragmented data

ScorekeeperData recordingControllershipMultiple versions of the “truth”

Business Insight

Finance efficiency and business insight

Source: IBM Institute for Business Value, The Global CFO Study 2010, The Global C-suite Study 2013

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* Value Integrators are 30% and Performance Accelerators are 7% of the overall CFO population interviewed.

High

Business Insight

High

Finance Efficiency Value Integrator

Value Integrator *

Performance Accelerator

Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

Performance Accelerator

Profitability and economic analysis

Pricing

Demand planning and forecasting

Product and services development

Mergers and acquisitions

Flash forward: Value Integrators are pushing the boundaries of efficiency and insight–a subset are emerging as Performance Accelerators

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Evaluate market trends and competitor actions

Performance Accelerator’s strong focus on data analytics enables them to excel in delivering stronger business foresight

Effectiveness of Finance

Apply predictive modeling to improveforesight and trigger action

Collaboratively create timely, reliable forecasts to steer business performance

44%

59%

31%

74%

92%

59%

30%

60%

Challenge business partner’s assumptions, business cases and plans

Performance Accelerators Remaining Value Integrators

Source: Question CFO7--How effective is your organization at performing the following?Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

My objective is to move the finance staff from a state of transaction thinking to one of analytical thinking

CFOInsurance company, Canada

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

Valu

eV

alue

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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McCormick protects profit with detailed understanding of customer value and uncertain prices

Challenge

Significantly reduce the profit at risk due to volatile commodity input prices

Solution

Collect and analyze sales plan data by customer and across over 30,000 SKUs

Evaluate the resulting profit contribution of product inputin the “bill of material”

Results

Diagnosed profit improvement moves ahead of time; commodity price increases can be passed on to consumersor renegotiated with industrial customers

Conducted value engineering with operations to reformulate flavors using commodities from different regions and suppliers

TM1 and Cognos helped McCormick record $56 million in cost savings from their Comprehensive and Continuous Improvement program

McCormick is a global leader in flavor. With more than $4.0 billion in annual sales, the company manufactures, markets and distributes spices, seasoning mixes, condiments and other flavorful products to the entire food industry—retail outlets, food manufacturers and food service businesses in more than 110 countries.

CHALLENGE

SOLUTION

RESULTS

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Mueller, Inc. uses advanced business analytics to transform its business model, becoming an information driven enterprise

Challenge

Needed to analyze its business processes and performance to assess how well employees were adapting to its new business strategy shift from manufacturing to retail

Implemented business analytics technology that enables all company employees to view and analyze company data in near-real time

Empowered workers to measure individual performance and assess how their work affects the bottom line

113% ROI through use of business analytics 20 – 30% reduction in scrap metal manufacturing waste 20% return on assets resulting from rapid identification and

tracking of business process improvements

Based in Ballinger, Texas, Mueller, Inc. manufactures prefabricated steel buildings, roofing and construction products. In business more than 80 years, the company serves customers in the southwestern United States. Mueller employs more than 500 people and operates three manufacturing and distribution centers in Texas.

CHALLENGE

SOLUTION

RESULTS

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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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Demonstration

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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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• 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 forwardInfuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

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IBM Watson Analytics – consumable predictive intelligence

Infuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

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IBM Watson Analytics – sign up to use at no charge

http://www.watsonanalytics.comhttp://www.watsonanalytics.com

Infuse scenario and predictive

intelligence

Register Now!Register Now!

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Technology is of ever-increasing importance to CFOs–the key moving forward is capturing its potential

2010 2013

Macro-economic factors

Market factors

Technology factors

Regulatory concerns

People skills

Geopolitical factors

Socio-economic factors

Environmental issues

Globalization

We need to have the right information on time and give it the interpretation value. There is a need to frame information in a financial focus

CFOIndustrial Products company, Mexico

“”

Source: Question E8--What are the most important external forces that will impact the enterprise over the next 3 to 5 years?Source: “CFO insights from the Global C-Suite Study”, IBM Institute for Business Value, 2014

Most important external forces

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Deployment flexibility to meet your needs today, and tomorrow

Cloud On premises

Our place or yours?

All IBM Solutions: On-cloud or on-premises

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Build your agenda

Datacollection

New business modeling

Profitability and pricing

Performance scorecarding

Errorchecking

Decrease effort Increase focus

Processmonitoring

Increase in value from analytic initiatives

Transform the system of engagement

Infuse scenario and predictive intelligence

Span finance and operations risk &

performance management

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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

IBM Big Data & AnalyticsPerformance Blueprints

IBM Big Data & AnalyticsPerformance Blueprints

Take proven next steps

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Next Steps

• Meet me in the Social Café to continue the conversation

• Find more information about Performance Management at https://ibm.biz/BdFzuE

• Please join us at Insight 2014, the conference for Big Data and Analytics, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, October 26 – 30. More information is available in the Social Café or you can visit https://ibm.com/ibminsight

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