Replacing a Financial Management System (FMS) Is One Of The Most Significant Projects An Energy Sector Business Will Undertake

Replacing your Financial Management System (FMS) is one of the most significant projects a business will undertake.

Add into the mix the emerging importance of Business Intelligence and the process of change can appear quite daunting.

Not sure where to start?

If you are a Finance or IT Professional in Oil, Gas, Renewables and Mining, and have been charged with such a project – then this complimentary half day masterclass is a MUST attend event for you.

Master Class: Selecting & implementing a new financial management & BI solution Agenda at a glance

Drivers for change Why do organisations change systems, what are the tell-tale signs change is needed and what is the alternative to change?

The change process Where do you start, what are the main considerations and what are the key stages in the selection process?

The importance of Business Intelligence According to Gartner, the must have application that CFO's and CIO's will look to implement over the next 24 months is some form of BI /Enterprise Performance Management solution, why?

FMS & BI in action SunSystems 6.3 and d/EPM are market-leading solutions form Infor. See the power of a contemporary FM & BI solution up close.

The Cloud has changed everything The global and UK market for FMS & BI software has undergone major change, even more so since the adoption of "Cloud Technology", so who are the movers and shakers?

Implementation Planning Finding and selecting the right FMS/BI solution is only the start of the challenge. How do you plan an implementation and ensure successful delivery?

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