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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control the prioritization. A master of ceremonies—an arbiter—should solicit the reactions of every stakeholder on the project team, so the final set of priorities is a combination of the team's inputs. Assessing IT systems and people. With the project requirements prioritized, we recommend an assessment of IT people, processes, infrastructure, and systems as they relate to BPM. One approach is a gap analysis that identifies where current systems fall short of the BPM vision embodied in the