The Evolution of Enterprise Performance Management

Thurs., March 29, 2018 | 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET

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Now more than ever businesses are turning to finance to identify and drive the initiatives that support innovation, agility and growth. Enterprise Performance Management has been a powerful tool to enable these strategic initiatives and make finance a more prominent player in the organization.

EPM has evolved with advancements in professional skills, business processes, and EPM technology. Three distinct phases of evolution have emerged around these three elements: Reactive, Proactive, and Optimized. An optimized EPM environment is characterized by continuous, connected, and collaborative planning.

Join us for a live presentation as we take a deep dive into collaborative planning with Host Analytics MyPlan. By the end of the presentation you will have learned how this innovative new product designed specifically for the budget owner drives higher engagement, accuracy, and accountability in planning and budgeting for the entire organization.

About our Speakers:

Brian MartellBrian Martell
Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, Host Analytics
With an accomplished background in public accounting, corporate finance, and software consulting, Brian has expertise evaluating business problems and using business applications and process to solve them. He is a product and finance subject matter expert at Host Analytics - a market leader in cloud enterprise performance management. He works to define positioning and messaging of the company and its products, creates marketing content, supports marketing programs, and enables the sales team with the tools they need to succeed.

Kevin KarleKevin Karle
Sr. Solution Consultant, Host Analytics
Kevin Karle has more than 25 yeears of diverse financial management experience, with emphasis in the areas of ERP, accounting, and business planning and processes. He has worked with hundreds of customers across many industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, construction and professional services. He's been at Host Analytics for more than 6 years and has a degree in Finance from La Salle University.