Organizational Success: How Can Better Management of Information Help?

August 7th, 2008 |
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Join BearingPoint Senior Business Advisor Jaime Garza to discuss the call for better management of information to support profitability measurement and pricing in today’s U.S. interest rate environment. Changing interest rates affect all of us when it comes to our personal savings accounts and other financial services. The interest rate movements have begun to have an impact in new ways – especially for mid-size and larger institutions.

The key step to enhancing information is to look at the situation across your entire company to evaluate where the problem lies. Once you’ve focused on the business requirement, you can easily see where the technology fits in. When a company has enhanced information and data, they have a better chance at success. The organization also must have the ability to react to market changes, and better yet, be proactive.

Since the mid 1990’s, BearingPoint has been involved in multiple corporate performance measurement initiatives aimed at providing better management of information. It approaches this task in various ways: Focusing on strategy and design, sometimes even building the end solution from the current situation, and being tasked with end-to-end solutions, BearingPoint typically has teams that are both functionally and technically rich, leading to a great partnership for success.

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