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Reporting & Analytics – KPI’s and Dashboarding

Reporting & Analytics – KPI’s and Dashboarding

Reporting & Analytics – KPI’s & Dashboarding

Trust your decisions. Have confidence in your data and analytics

'The main attention point is to streamline information as best as possible, according to the needs. CFOs need a dynamic dashboard that shows them in which domains they need to take action.’
Xavier Gabriëls, Head Financial Management

 

In today's digital age, the sheer volume of data available is increasing exponentially. A digital CFO is one who can go beyond this to turn data from insights into value. New data management technologies are giving CFOs access to real-time insights, allowing for better and more efficient decision-making, one that is based on data as opposed to intuition. Leveraging these capabilities to extract insights can help elevate CFOs' involvement in strategic investment choices and business partnering.

Management needs to know how business is going in order to manage operation. Reporting & Analysis describes the process of combining and displaying/distributing periodic business results for analysis —these results are made available to management to validate strategy, measure performance and guide business decision making.

Dashboards & KPI’s enable an organization to manage data and turn it into insightful, relevant and timely information which is relied on to drive action-oriented decision making. The reporting needs to be forward-looking and have the ability to formulate strategy, understand scenarios and use information related to both the past and the future to derive actionable insight.

KPMG can assist you with the following:

  • Bring your management reporting in line with the guidelines throughout the organization.
  • Build financial and performance reports, that reflect consistently and accurately the company’s performance.
  • Reduce the amount of Excel manipulations within your reporting process.
  • Make it possible to easily and quickly compare the budget, forecasts and actuals.
  • Allow detailed variance-analysis.
  • Drill down’ of the results to an ‘operational’ level.
  • KPI’s value trees in line with to your business model and strategy.

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