This SIG is being sponsored by Capgemini.
Chris Prins from BAT will present “Scorecards vs Dashboards at BAT. BAT recognised that a solution like SAP Strategy Manager met a business requirement that Dashboards couldn’t fulfil. This session explains why and how BAT chose to trial SAP Strategy Manager scorecards and what the findings were from that trial. We shall also look at some of the pro’s and con’s of SSM and some possible high level architectures for delivering KPI reporting. Session will include a quick demo as well.
Andrew Simmonite from Capgemini and Steve Taylor from SAP will discuss What’s new in BPC 10. Looking into the key differences between BPC 10 and 7.5 from both technical and functional perspective including a demo of BPC 10 to give an insight into the new look and feel.
Steve Taylor from SAP will present An insight into SAP Disclosure Management. He will examine how SAP can assist organisations take the closed books to report and publish the multitude of internal and external report publications, from monthly board packs to annual reports and submissions to the regulator. Join SAP to learn more about how SAP Disclosure Management can assist in a more efficient and robust disclosure, streamlining the process of producing the multitude of report packs, both internal and external as well as iXBRL submissions.
Tanbir Jasimuddin from Capgemini will discuss Intelligent and Integrated Planning. Planning is a key component of an organisations business performance management activities – but it’s not the only component. As well as gaining an insight into what organisations need to think about with respect to planning, there will also be an introduction to a practical business performance management model.
Craig Dale from UKISUG will give a User Group presentation. Within this presentation, Craig will discuss the User Group Conference and how to influence SAP.
We will be having a large Open Discussion session. This session will give you the opportunity to ask fellow peers, SAP and Capgemini about any issues you may be facing with your SAP systems. Within this session, you will also be able to have your say about the future of the EPM SIG and what direction you would like it to go.
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