Lunch & Learn Webinar Series: Corporate Performance Management: A Key Element to Mid-Market Transformation
Presented by BKD
Corporate Performance Management: A Key Element to Mid-Market Transformation
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
As business intelligence tools shift toward cloud-based platforms, many organizations are experiencing information overload. Connecting data, resources, results and budgets is key to efficiently managing the influx of data in a digital organization. This webinar will explore how Corporate Performance Management solutions are both affordable and critical in the digital transformation journey of mid-market firms.
-Define Corporate Performance Management
-Identify key successes and risk factors when implementing a Corporate Performance Management solution
-Discuss metrics delivered by a Corporate Performance Management System
Chad Back, Partner, BKD
Chad is the leader of BKD Technologies’ Enterprise software practice. He has more than 25 years of experience in the technology and operations areas of enterprises across multiple industries, including deep, international experience with manufacturing and distribution. He leverages his strategic, operations and technology experience to help companies assess their technology needs, develop strategic plans and implement business transformation objectives. He is an honors graduate of Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, with a B.S. degree in informatics, and an honors graduate of Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Indianapolis, with an MBA degree in supply chain management.
Scott Hastings, Senior Consultant, BKD
Scott is a Senior Consultant with BKD Technologies’ Enterprise software practice. His primary role is implementing Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with a focus on the financial modules. He has worked in the Financial Technology space for nearly a decade and has experience with ERP, CPM, business intelligence, payroll, and professional tax software systems. He is certified with both Microsoft and Solver and is a graduate of Kansas State University, Manhattan, with a B.S. degree in accounting.