Enterprise Performance Management (Budgeting, Planning and Reporting)

 Leverage Innovations and fix the Basics

The latest edition of PwC’s Finance Effectiveness Benchmark report shows that many finance functions are trailing in their adoption of latest technologies, and in most businesses finance struggles to find the optimal model to deliver real commercial impact effectively.

PwC Study: Stepping up: How finance functions are transforming to drive business results

How to adapt to the rapidly succeeding technological breakthroughs and how to treat them as opportunities?

How to navigate best through the turbulence resp. how helps an up-to-date enterprise performance management (EPM)?

We will discuss latest trends and developments. We will do so together with our clients and expert network to share real experience and challenges:

  • Key note speech: “Top Trends in Business Intelligence and Analytics 2018”, Herbert Stauffer, CEO Business Application Research Center (BARC), Switzerland
  • Key findings of the latest PwC report: “Stepping up: How finance functions are transforming to drive results”
  • Case 1: EPM at UEFA, Fabian Egli, Head of Corporate Controlling
  • Case 2: Driver-based Planning at an international Pharma Company (Tillotts Pharma), Oliver Isch, Corporate Controlling

The floor will be open for any questions, comments and contributions from your side. Following, you will have the opportunity to explore the potential of leading technological solutions and connect with people in person during an apéro.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to this event

Register online

Date and Time

9th November 2017
Start of the event will be 16:30

Venue

Mariott Courtyard
Max-Bill-Platz 19
8050 Zürich

Contact

Jana Moser
PwC
Tel.+41 58 792 4360
jana.moser@ch.pwc.com

 

Published by

Roger Kunz-Brenner

Roger Kunz-Brenner

Roger Kunz-Brenner
PwC
Birchstrasse 160
Postfach, 8050 Zurich
+41 58 792 27 46

Roger leads our ‘Finance’ (consulting) practice within PwC Switzerland. He has 17 years of experience in advising multi- national corporations on finance function solutions including aspects of treasury & financial risk management, organizational structure, strategy, policy and processes, systems, reporting and performance management.

Roger Kunz-Brenner has also a strong footprint in the middle market industry, where he focuses on companies in the ‘growth’ (development and execution of growth strategies, funding; market expansion, etc.) and in the ‘opening/exit’ phase of their lifecycle.