An Out-of-the-Box, Configurable Profitability &
Cost Optimizer That Integrates Easily and Leverages
Data From Multiple Sources
Packaged Analytic Applications
"Most organizations are struggling to move beyond backward-looking performance monitoring."
Performance management began with business activity monitoring and the adoption of structured metrics such as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). As the discipline evolves to incorporate more sophisticated modeling activities, organizations are increasingly implementing analytic applications to optimize business success.
pVelocity's out-of-the-box Profitability & Cost Optimization Software integrates easily with your existing systems to leverage ERP and BI data. Developed using deep technological and domain expertise, it serves the analytical requirements of even the most complex operating environments. It is also the only application with advanced simulation capabilities, providing real-time, detailed insight into projected customer, product and asset performance.
Making use of web-based Dashboards and Scorecards, pVelocity's software combines business logic with an appealing interface, so it's easy to access, and even easier to use. Aimed at the business manager with operational responsibilities (Production & Supply Chain | Sales & Marketing | Product Management | Finance), the solution encapsulates everything a business user needs to understand what affects product, customer and asset profitability. Going far beyond blueprints, pVelocity's Profitability & Cost Simulation Solution can also be configured to match individual and organizational requirements.
BI Systems and Spreadsheets
"Despite all the advances provided by transaction-processing applications… business managers and executives still struggle to understand what drives performance and how to make decisions that will achieve their strategic goals and objectives."
ERP, CRM and SCM applications monitor past performance, and lack the reporting capabilities to model scenario changes. Failing to meet the role-based needs of the business manager, their complex data structures make it difficult to access information quickly. So it's tough to make informed, competitive business decisions in the face of fluctuating economic conditions.
As a result, many business users have developed their own solutions. The most common is the spreadsheet. Applied in many different ways from one department to another, these documents quickly become unmanageable and out of date, often contain significant errors and don't encourage effective information sharing and collaboration.