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Financial Reporting Insights - March 2018

Published on: Mar 27, 2018

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Empowering Analytics through Change

Your organization likely uses one or more analytics tools – after all, measurement has been a primary focus for businesses during the last three years. However, analytics tools only provide data, and without significant attention on how to employ these tools, they often tend to provide very little value as a result.

In other words – it’s not just about gathering data; it’s about using the data, which is where the real value lies for analytics. To unlock the potential of analytics, you must select the right data fields and structure the relationships in those data fields.

Join Nicole Deschamps, Senior manager at Deloitte, as she explains how using analytics in an organization should not be a simple check-the-box type of exercise. Analytics has gained a lot of attention as an important business concept, but too many organizations stop at basic implementation.

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