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Making sense of it all, with help from Deloitte
Delaney Turner 270002T14M firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  cfo cognos deloitte cfo_study
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Along with Business Analytics, Business Partners are essential contributors to client success. To that end, I'll be featuring partner contributions to this blog throughout the year. Today's post comes from Nat D'Ercole, CPA, an associate partner with Deloitte in Toronto. Below is an excerpt from his article, Making sense of IT all, which appeared in the March 2010 issue of CA Magazine. It follows yesterday's post about the repercussions for Finance in the IBM CFO Study:
A company that has inventoried its disconnected spreadsheets and SQL and Access databases more than once has done it one time too many. How are organizations solving the information access, quality and utility problem? What support do organizations need to solve the problem right the first time? This is not a new problem: organizations have tackled it over and over in the past decade. The only difference is that they have tackled the problem in silos, with a focus on func
What does best-in-class look like? In two recent surveys by Aberdeen Group, firms enjoying best-in-class performance shared several characteristics:
Like the article so far? You can read the full version over on CA Magazine's Web site or contact Nat through LinkedIn. To find out more about the IBM-Deloitte relationship, you can contact Marc Denner in New York.