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Boost Revenue and Profit Performance With Oracle IBPX [Webinar]

Focus And Dedication Got Her Far

Global manufacturers face various challenges when trying to incorporate and deploy sales and operations planning and execution (S&OP) processes into broader financial forecasting. But they do share one common theme: no single view of the business plan, and the resultant uncertainty on how to execute on it.

Regular market disruptions are commonplace and can have an adverse impact on business operations and financial forecasts. It’s critical to be aware of these market disruptions early on, so that you can act and revise financial forecasts accordingly.

Oracle Integrated Business Planning and Execution (IBPX) brings together stakeholders in finance, business line management, and production to track progress and respond to interruptions and opportunities – improving collaboration and delivering a more accurate and timely business plan.

Join us to learn how to organize your company around a common set of forward-looking metrics to achieve optimum performance of your S&OP and S&OE strategy.

Discussion will include:

  • Creating a direct link and data flow between Oracle EPM and Oracle S&OP
  • How Perficient has incorporated IBP best practices into these combined suites of tools
  • Leveraging Consolidated Planning Dashboard with end-to-end view and drill-down capabilities
  • Gaining powerful insights that will allow businesses to react quicker to changing market conditions

Come prepared with your questions for Perficient’s team. We’d love to have you attend our live event. But if you’re unable to make it, all registrants will receive links to the presentation materials and a recording of the on-demand webinar post-event. Register today!

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Susan Welton

Susan Welton is a Senior Marketing Manager at Perficient.

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