Why is Corporate Performance Management Important for Financial Institutions?

January 2005
Bank Technology News;Jan2005, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of corporate performance management (CPM) for financial institutions. The financial services industry struggles with data silos, inaccessible legacy systems, and incompatible data formats. CPM allows organizations to achieve data mastery and with data mastery, operational transparency so that the people at the top actually know what is going on in the enterprise. CPM's robust analytics allow you to measure the business, providing a lot of value to your business users who make customer service and pricing decisions.


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