EPM Roadmap

Road Whether you are at the start of your EPM journey, are considering adding to or upgrading your existing EPM system (or systems), or have a long wish-list of things you know (or think) you could/should be doing better, it is essential that you plan a clear route from here to there - an EPM Roadmap.

There are all sorts of inter-dependencies between EPM applications and the various business processes that they support.

  • What to do first? 
  • How to avoid excessive re-work? 
  • How to get the biggest 'bang for the buck' as early as possible?
  • How to maximise long-term business benefit?
  • How to de-risk - avoiding cross-project dependencies?

A bit of preparation and planning at this stage will save time, effort and heart-ache later on.  We've done this before - we have the experience and the expertise to help you avoid some of the worst pitfalls, and at least to warn you of those you're likely to hit that we can't completely avoid.

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Who's behind epmgurus?

Nigel Dahl

Nigel Dahl,

Managing Director of epmgurus, brings 30 years of diverse experience to bear in helping organisations and teams through change – of size, structure, systems, management or ownership.

Nigel has run, advised, supported or worked with Finance functions from one-person operations up to globally dispersed Finance departments of several thousand people. He knows what good (and bad!) looks like.

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What is EPM?

Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) is a broad term covering any business process that seeks to improve performance through a continuous loop of data collection, reporting, analysis and, most importantly, informed and targeted action.

In practice, Finance EPM is generally considered to cover at least Strategic, Financial and Operational Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting, Management Reporting (MI), Financial Consolidation, Statutory Reporting, Profitability and Cost Management, including Cost Allocation.