Aligning Strategy and Execution with Performance-Management Systems
Sponsored by Anaplan
How can performance-management systems and Big Data drive strategic improvements within your organization?
Cloud and data analytics technologies are seemingly ubiquitous, yet finance chiefs today still find their organizations chained to spreadsheets and legacy applications. While these tools might have their place within the organization, new technology offers opportunities to engage a much broader set of users across the company to execute more quickly and more strategically.
Modern performance-management solutions provide your firm with capabilities that go beyond dashboards. They can help senior executives to integrate their managerial methods in one place, allow business users and analysts to build real-time models that leverage vast data sets, and provide real-time navigation for the organization.
During this Webcast, a distinguished panel of experts will explore:
- Why business intelligence and planning solutions are important to your organization;
- How Big Data and analytics can help your organization answer more questions and ask even better ones;
- How to evaluate needs to determine systems and application delivery models that will elevate your company; and
- How to manage adoption of performance-management systems to ensure that your company can realize its full potential.
About the Panelists
Frank Diana, Principal, Digital Transformation, Tata Consultancy Services
Frank Diana brings more than 30 years of executive-level experience to his role as Principal of Digital Transformation with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Prior to joining TCS, Mr. Diana led a business analytics growth initiative for enherent Corp., and managed the development of a social computing and advanced analytics platform at Aelera Corporation, where he served as Chief Product Officer. Mr. Diana served as CEO of Traxian, Inc., a software start-up, and as Chief Technology Officer of Fujitsu Consulting. He began his career with AT&T, where he held senior roles, including CIO of the company's international financial operation.
John Lucker, Principal, Deloitte
John Lucker is Deloitte's Global Advanced Analytics & Modeling Market Leader and a leader for Deloitte Analytics. He is also a leader of Deloitte's Advanced Analytics & Modeling practice, one of the leading analytics groups in the professional services industry. He provides clients with end-to-end strategy, business, operational and technical consulting services in the areas of advanced business analytics, predictive modeling, data mining, scoring and rules engines and numerous other advanced analytic business solution approaches.
Mr. Lucker has developed numerous individual advanced analytic business solutions and methods as well as the technical implementation tools to realize the latent value of the solutions. He often speaks about these topics for industry and professional organizations and writes frequently for a variety of publications. A co-inventor of four predictive modeling patents and two pending patents, Mr. Lucker holds a BA and an MBA from the University of Rochester.
Dr. Eugene Roytburg, Managing Partner, 4i
Dr. Eugene Roytburg is the premier thought leader in bringing science, advanced analytics and consulting to business problem-solving and decision-making. He has a combined 22 years of corporate, academic and consulting experience, including positions at CNH, SPSS, Nielsen and Moldova Academy.
Dr. Roytburg has led strategic management consulting firms such as Booz, A.T. Kearney, 4i Consulting Group and Business Management Consultants. He is responsible for 23 publications and seven patents. Dr. Roytburg received his MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University with an emphasis on strategy, operation, and innovation, and holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota in systems engineering with a minor in mathematics.
Mark Sarbiewski, Chief Marketing Officer, Anaplan
Mark brings a wealth of experience to Anaplan. Prior to joining Anaplan, he held senior product and marketing roles with HP Software, Mercury, and InterTrust Technologies Corporation, as well as serving in a consulting position with Pittiglio, Rabin, Todd & McGrath and as an application software engineer with IBM. Most recently, Mark held the CMO position at Clustrix. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from University of California, Davis, and an MBA from the University of Virginia's Darden Graduate School of Business.
About the Moderator
Celina Rogers, Vice President and Editorial Director, CFO Publishing
Celina Rogers is vice president and editorial director for CFO Publishing. In that capacity, she sets the editorial agenda for the company, including CFO magazine, CFO.com and CFO Research.
In her ten years with CFO Publishing, Celina has researched and written on a variety of topics in business and corporate finance, including performance management, information technology, regulation, corporate governance and strategic decision making. She is a frequent speaker in the United States and in Europe on finance and business topics.
Prior to joining CFO Research, Celina served as an associate at Ropes & Gray, a leading national law firm, and as managing editor on the Boston College Law Review. A graduate of Boston College Law School and Harvard University, Celina is based in Boston.
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