Want to get some added value from sitting at your desk and eating your lunch?
Then this 45 minute “Lunch & Learn” webinar session is for you. Led by Mike Weeks a veteran of 15 years and our evangelist in the Enterprise Performance Management space looks at the challenges of Sales & Margin planning, how the traditional restrictions of data volumes and dimensionality can be overcome using SAP’s latest deployment methodology for SAP BPC.
The session will also look at how, in real time, we can take a projection of next years sales at a detail level and then drive change through top down allocations by product group, channel or even customer and see the results instantly.
Finally we will take a look how we can benefit from real time master data synchronisation between ERP and Planning tools and how that doesn’t restrict us on planning for items that do not exist in ERP today.
Maximise your lunch-time on 28th June at 12.30 pm and sign up for the webinar today!
Mike Weeks - EPM & Named Account Manager - itelligence
Mike first started focusing on Enterprise Performance Management applications in 2001 with Hyperion Solutions. Since then Mike has held a number of roles within sales, marketing and business development across the breadth of EMEA for a number of software vendors, systems integrators and Value Added re-sellers. In that time Mike has worked with clients across both commercial and public sectors looking at how financial performance management applications can best be leveraged to drive efficiency and improve predictability. Mike is a blogger, tweeter, part-time photographer and father of 4.
Jeremy Preston-Hoar or Jezza to those who know him, is the Principal Solution Architect for Financials at itelligence.
Jeremy is able to bring 10+ years financial experience in a number of senior management roles and combine with extensive SAP knowledge from his earlier consulting career. Bringing together this expertise with his enthusiasm and commitment, allows Jeremy to share best practice and truly understand the requirements of the finance community. Leveraging this knowledge has led to the design and delivery of a number of innovative, integrated financial management projects.
He is a self- proclaimed ‘avid walker’ of the Cotswolds and occasionally further afield in his spare time, where Jeremy recharges and reflects on how to drive 'the office of the CFO' solution proposition forward.