Spreadsheets can provide rudimentary business performance management (BPM) capabilities. But there are many reasons to leave them behind: improved collaboration among users with data security and audit capabilities, greater accuracy of analysis and reports, real-time information, and more. Discover other benefits, as well as how you should approach and carry out the transition from spreadsheets to a BPM solution.
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curve. If not, most BPM systems have the tools to help create a data mart. Data challenges. A key issue at this stage is to determine whether your existing systems already provide the data the BPM system will require. Once key performance indicators (KPIs) have been chosen for display on the BPM dashboard, it often is the case that few source systems track and accumulate the detailed data needed to derive those KPIs. Assuming the data is available, how is it accessed and/or moved into the data mart? Compa