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Posted by Christie Abatecola on October 2, 2013

Linium Webcast Recording: Avoid the Common EPM Implementation Pitfalls

New York, NY, October 2, 2013 – Linium’s webcast entitled Avoid the Common EPM Implementation Pitfalls: Strategies for Effectively Transforming Your EPM Technology Solutions is now available on demand.

Are you investing significant cost in Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) solutions and not realizing the benefits? Are transformational challenges impeding your organization from realizing the full potential? Find out how you can overcome these challenges by joining us for a complimentary webcast.

In this webcast, you'll learn more about:

  • Effectively developing and measuring EPM ROI 
  • Common areas of transformation that are typically overlooked
  • EPM technology enablement best practices
  • EPM transformation through a case study perspective

View the recording today!  

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Topics: webinar, Enterprise Performance Management, Financial Management, Oracle Hyperion, EPM, Insight

This post was written by Christie Abatecola