Driving Performance with Enterprise Planning

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The dynamic business environment—technological advances, new disclosure requirements, wary investors—creates challenges and demands for accurate business planning and forecasting. With corporate performance management, you can improve enterprise performance through enhanced planning. Learn about the people, process, and technology issues you need to address to improve your company’s performance.

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