UG Summit and Role Based Intelligence

Digital transformation of the business technology channel is accelerating and financial leaders and operations officers are asking for more business intelligence features in their enterprise resource planning solutions than ever. A session at UG Summit Conference in Nashville offered a presentation slide that does a good job of illustrating what this change looks like from the perspective of financial and operations leadership roles. Stratos Cloud Alliance’s Jeffrey DeMaria was there to snap the photo below. You can see some of the upcoming 2018 A.I. features for Dynamics 365 in this Dynamics 365 A.I. blog post »

In essence the digital transformation enables proactive applications to help officers and managers do their jobs better. For example: In addition to traditional financial management through budgeting and spending constraints, intelligent financial systems forecast revenue and allocate resources for growth. Where apps were only expected to report on profit and performance, they are now expected to drive shareholder value through growth and cash flow.

Here is a breakdown of the above slide and key considerations by role for financials and operations apps:

CFO

  • Close my books faster
  • Optimize my assets and create new revenue
  • Maximize our compliance growth and profitability

COO/VP Mfg

  • Deliver ontime, in full and on target
  • Optimizize supply chain
  • Anticipate and avoid maintenance related disruption

VP Retail

  • Create personalized shopping experiences
  • Engage customers seamlessly across every channel
  • Have the right merchandise at the right place and the right time

Chief People Office

  • Find and attract top talent
  • Engage people and teams to deliver best results
  • Develop effective leadership succession

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