Proven Approach to Financial Progress Using Modern Best Practice
By "Jim Lein, Oracle Midsize-Oracle" on Jun 10, 2014
by Larry Simcox, Sr. Director, Oracle Midsize Programs
Top performing organizations generate 25 percent higher profit margins and grow at twice the rate of their competitors.
How do they do it?
Recently, Dr. Stephen G. Timme, President of FinListics Solutions and Adjunct Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, joined me on a webcast to answer that question. I've know Dr. Timme since my days at G-log when we worked together to help customers determine the ROI of transportation management solutions. We were also joined by Steve Cox, Vice President of Oracle Midsize Programs, who recently published an Oracle E-book, "Modern Best Practice Explained". In this webcast, Cox provides his perspective on how best performing companies are moving from best practice to modern best practice.
Watch the webcast replay and you'll learn about the easy to follow, top down approach to:
Identify processes that should be targeted for improvement
Leverage a modern best practice maturity model to start a path to progress
Link financial performance gaps to operational KPIs
Improve cash flow by benchmarking key financial metrics
Develop intelligent estimates of achievable cash flow benefits
Click HERE to watch a replay of the webcast.
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Senior Director, Oracle Midsize Programs responsible for supporting and creating marketing content ,communications, sales and partner program support for Oracle's go to market activities for midsize companies. I have over 17 years experience helping customers identify the value and ROI from their IT investment. I live in Charlotte NC with my family and my dog Dingo. The views expressed here are my own, and not necessarily those of Oracle.