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EPM stands for Enterprise Performance Management and is supported by software that enables group consolidation, reporting, forecasting opportunities, providing analysis and business insight.

What is EPM used for?

It is used to coordinate strategy and execution for an organisation as well as provide regulatory compliant reporting for listed markets or shareholders. The different forms of EPM software are designed to provide a company’s management with accurate consolidated figures on which to base their decisions, forecasts and long-term strategic investments.

It can be used to accurately look at the past and identify areas for growth and capitalise on opportunities whilst adhering to a yearly budget. There are a number of EPM tools available, each with a slightly different focus and value proposition. SystemsAccountants is currently recruiting for EPM job vacancies around the world. Read on to find out more about the EPM jobs we recruit for and our current EPM job vacancies.

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It is typically used for financial planning, forecasting, reporting and analytics as it allows multiple users to make real-time amendments to the spreadsheet for analysis application to scale the enterprise.

It is capable of storing and organising mass amounts of data without taking up too much RAM. IBM Cognos TM1 allows users to combine multiple data sources with inter-departmental or team input to underpin business decision making with detailed data-supported business models.

Any user that makes an amendment to any cell can be viewed by all users of the spreadsheet simultaneously, allowing for fast and co-ordinated collaboration and project development. The IBM Planning Analytics platform, in addition to the TM1 database server, includes an ETL tool, server management and monitoring tools and a number of user front ends which provide capabilities designed for common business planning and budgeting requirements, including workflow, adjustments, commentary,

Finance Systems Director

As a Finance Systems Director, you’ll bridge the gap between clients and the software system, understanding issues, developing solutions, and explaining limitations. This role will manage the ERP and Financial System department in driving client experience and growth.

Finance Systems Manager

The Finance Systems Manager will initiate and drive continuous improvement in financial reporting and associated systems, processes, and policies. The finance systems manager will support users of finance systems providing specialist knowledge of business systems and processes.

EPM Project Manager

EPM Project Managers continually implement and improve NetSuite in the business. Project Managers are responsible for planning, organising, and directing the completion of specific projects for an organisation while ensuring these projects are on time, on budget, and within scope.

EPM Business Analyst

Business Systems Analysts are dedicated to researching and analysing a company’s IT processes to identify areas for improvement or streamlining. In contrast to a Functional Consultant, BSAs tend to have much more contact on the side of users and will have to communicate directly with management and colleagues around the company.

Financial Systems Administrator

A Financial Systems Administrator is a vital cog in a business’s IT department, as They implement the technical strategies designed to overcome the Issues encountered during systems analysis. You’ll work as part of a Team to brainstorm the best scalable workarounds and fixes for Problems great and small. Being able to think creatively is a must!

Financial Systems Accountant

The Finance Systems Accountant will lead key workstreams of Implementation including requirements, design, build, test, training, and rollout of the new system. To develop systems and processes to ensure the effective and efficient processing of financial and non-financial data and to further extend the range of management tools and reports used to inform the business.

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