The CPM (also known as enterprise performance management, or EPM) domain has always spanned multiple processes within the Finance organization, including FP&A functions such as strategy management, integrated financial planning, and profitability management – as well as accounting functions such as financial consolidation and reporting and disclosure management.
Recognizing that CPM spans multiple Finance processes, and the evolution in the way
These questions were answered by Nucleus Research in their recently-published CPM Value Matrix report. The 2016 report named Host Analytics as a leader in corporate performance management (CPM a.k.a. EPM) for the second year in a row. The report also highlighted high usability, analytics, and low cost of ownership as key features that provide the most value to buyers of CPM solutions.
This well-respected research and advisory firm has released some really insightful coverage of one of the most dynamic spaces in enterprise tech: Corporate Performance Management (CPM) — or Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), as we call it.
While things officially kicked off in early 2015 with the publication of the Magic Quadrant for Corporate Performance Management (CPM) Suites[i], in which
This report is another deliverable from Gartner’s overall Magic Quadrant process in which Gartner uses customer survey data to assess each vendor’s ability to deliver critical CPM capabilities matched to four specific use cases.
The critical CPM capabilities include the following: