Here’s the scenario: You and your team implemented Adaptive Insights to replace your inefficient spreadsheet-based budgeting and planning process a while back and, by all measure, it was considered it a success. You rightfully patted yourselves on the back and then got back to business. Initially, most of the finance team happily used it as they had the support of an internal “superuser”, who was the go-to person for questions, data uploads, and model updates. Then that high-value individual moved to a different part of the business or left the[...]
Carlson Thought Leadership in Finance & Technology
Carlson Manufacturing CPM, powered by Adaptive Insights, is a ready-to-implement Cloud solution that gives manufacturers the ability to align budgets with strategy, standardize and optimize finance practices, improve collaboration, and plan for long-term success.The Carlson Manufacturing Corporate Performance Management Solutions offers the following benefits:
As an award-winning Adaptive Insights Platinum Partner with more than 175 corporate performance management (CPM) solution implementations in place, we are often asked about the key steps that ensure successful projects. Indeed, we have gained the reputation as being the “go to” firm for the most complex implementations so we’ve accrued quite a bit of knowledge and experience in that area.
I recently attended a CFO RoundTable event at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts. I had heard positive reviews about the organization so when Ethan Carlson, CEO of Carlson Management Consulting, asked me to take his place due to a business trip abroad, I jumped at the chance. I was very impressed with the well-attended event. The keynote presentation was provided by Bob Bixby of the Concord Coalition, who spoke in a sobering yet often humorous manner about the growing debt crisis in the country. I also had the opportunity to meet Becky[...]
I recently visited a client in Tokyo which was an interesting and exciting experience. I have traveled extensively through Asia in the past and have worked abroad in my career, but had never been to Japan. I was visiting Wacom, the world’s leading manufacturer of pen tablets, interactive pen displays and digital interface solutions. Before I continue, I would like to express my gratitude to my hosts, Usuda-san, Okino-san, and Hattori-san, who made the trip both memorable and productive.