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How to find excellence in your BPC planning Master Data and Data Structure

Posted by Richard Hynes on Fri, Nov 30, 2018 @ 23:11 PM

This blog continues our series on how to find excellence in your BPC planning processes by looking at the area of Master Data and Data structure. This might seem like a dry subject, but getting it right is an essential part of an EPM system that delivers on your investment. Excellence in this area can make the difference.

Topics: BPC planning Master Data and Data Structure, BPC11, BPCv10 embedded, sap bpc

5 EPM System prep steps to take before budget season

Posted by David Den Boer on Fri, Jul 27, 2018 @ 13:07 PM

Summer brings days at the beach and the inevitable sunburn, while winter delivers snow and shoveling. Budget season? Well, that can mean a scramble to make sure your EPM software is 100% ready when entering a planning cycle. If your organization is like most, updating your EPM system is a priority during the off-season—especially if major improvements are on the punch list. The following five steps can ensure the smoothest possible experience—and keep the drama to a minimum:  

Topics: User Experience, Product Focused, SAP Analytics Cloud, sap bpc, SO - BPC v11.x, SO - BPC v10.x, SO - BPC v7.x, reporting, BPC, BPC v10 upgrade, Roadmap, tuneup, analytics tune up

Commonly Asked Questions from New SAP BPC Customers

Posted by Scott Kolka on Fri, Mar 16, 2018 @ 11:03 AM

New SAP BPC customers often have a plethora of questions – and that’s what we’re here for! Consultants at Column5 answer a variety of questions every day, constantly taking note of which ones come up repeatedly over time.

Whether you’re considering a BPC implementation or are already using BPC, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequent questions asked by inexperienced users to help you better understand the software and its available benefits.

1.  “How long will my project take?”

Project timing is dependent on many factors, including the project’s functionality scope, its impact on change management and the organization’s size. A correlation also seems to exist between organizational size, complexity and project duration. That said, here are some general rules of thumb when it comes to timing:

Topics: sap bpc, Functional, best practices for epm

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