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Perficient at IBM Vision 2014

Perficient and the Chickasaw Nation will co-present at the IBM Vision 2014 conference, the premier conference for financial and operational performance management, sales performance management, disclosure management and risk analytics professionals, which is being held May 18-21 in Orlando, FL.

DMF-1269: Transforming the Management, Analysis and Delivery of Critical Data at Chickasaw Nation with IBM Cognos Disclosure Management
Monday, May 19, 2014
11:00am – 12:00pm
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Experts Adam Stafford with the Chickasaw Nation and Abhi Majumdar with Perficient will discuss how the Chickasaw Nation, which operates a range of enterprises including hotels, casinos, banks, retail stores and radio stations, implemented IBM Cognos Disclosure Management to automate and govern the “last mile” of its monthly management reporting process.

The “last mile of Finance” covers the processes between the trial balance and the issued report packages. These processes are frequently labor intensive and they can be problematic for some organizations, with the risk of significant inefficiencies, financial errors and control failures. By attending this session, you’ll find out how Cognos Disclosure Management brought structure and automation to this critical process for the Chickasaw Nation.


Perficient is excited to be a Gold Sponsor of the Vision conference and we hope to see you at the show. Visit us at booth #2 in the Expo Hall, where you can hear more about the Cognos Disclosure Management implementation or learn how we’ve leveraged our analytics expertise to deliver exceptional solutions across all industries that drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable improvement.


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