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Introduction

Global government expenditure on enterprise performance management (EPM) systems will continue to rise, from $518m in 2015 to $667m by 2019. Effective EPM systems are enabled by governance and operating models as much as by technology choices.

Highlights

  • Failure to address the organizational challenges that accompany investment in the automation of performance tools will lead to a poor return, and can result in missed opportunities to deliver important efficiencies.

Features and Benefits

  • Discusses the challenges faced by public sector organizations when investing in the automation of performance tools.
  • Identifies the governance, technology, and operating models required to enable effective EPM.

Key questions answered

  • How can public sector organizations ensure their EPM investments are effective?
  • What are the organizational challenges associated with EPM implementations?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • Effective EPM systems are enabled by governance and operating models as much as by technology choices
  • Enabling effective EPM requires a framework that supports governance, technology, and operating models

Appendix

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