Scorecards help you define, monitor and manage your company's critical metrics. By translating tactics and strategies into specific, measurable objectives, scorecards help you link corporate strategy to operations and ensure that your company's goals are consistently defined, understood and communicated.
Companies rely on its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to help manage finances, manufacturing, and the supply chain. Learn how one companied increased productivity while managing risk with a reliable, efficient and adaptable solution.
This quick guide will identify some of the most popular metrics that you should be measuring, look at ways in which you can measure them, and how to utilize these measures to improve your service delivery.
This on-demand webcast investigates performance management and analytics tools that can help drive success in finance and risk management. Watch now to discover product updates, best practices, and more.
Increase revenue. Decrease costs. Reduce development time. Every day you strive to meet these goals. And each business decision you make either enables you to advance toward them - or impedes your progress. Read this paper to learn more.
This report provides a clear understanding of the capabilities a successful data loss prevention solution must deliver. It also incorporates insight into the capabilities that companies require from their solution.
To regularly monitor and measure performance, senior managers require a link between their company’s strategic and operational plans. Oracle Hyperion Performance Scorecard can help you define a methodology-neutral strategy and measure performance against goals, monitor progress on a regular basis, and communicate across your entire enterprise.
This white paper demonstrates how running a responsible business and high levels of performance do not have to work against each other. And it makes a case for why sustainability issues should simply be part of a company’s overall performance management practices.
Robotic process automation (RPA) bots can be divided into three modes -- unattended, attended and hybrid -- depending on how they operate within the enterprise. In this infographic, we compare the main similarities and differences between the three modes and examine how organizations can benefit from each of them.