Have a firm GRIP on
Business Upstream Planning.

Integrated Process for Business Project Requests,
Financial Planning, Resource/Capacity Planning
& Portfolio Governance

Bring four Upstream Planning Processes into one.
Create a concerted process with these features:

  1. Capture Opportunities - build Business Cases
  2. Build-your-own: Ranking and Prioritization rules
  3. Route to stakeholders for web-based approval
  4. Use in-built Financial ROI Engine or interface
  5. Receive - aggregate estimates from cost centers
  6. Implement rolling re-forecasts - track against Budget ongoing
  7. Detailed Resource/Capacity Planning - Full visibility on resource allocation and utilization:
    named resources, in-house and outsourced, on-hand and to-hire
  8. Business Projects Portfolio, Spend Portfolio, Resource Portfolio, Execution Portfolio
  9. Real-time Management Dashboard, Reporting and Metrics

Do not wait until the "Next Budget Season".
Get a firm GRIP on your Business Planning Processes.

  1. Cut down your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
  2. Enhance your level of management rigor
  3. Move beyond Best-In-Class (BIC) Business Practice
  4. Zero IT Overhead, with the latest technology:
    Cloud Computing and "mobile"-ized platform

Don't put that off any further.

  1. Move away from piece-wise implementations and manual hand-off points
  2. Avoid the slippage of time and money on redundancies and rework
  3. Focus your organization on value-added activities
  4. Overcome the inertia: by the time it lingers to decide,
    you could have made the rollout within just 4-6 weeks.

If you stand still, you are falling backward.
Overcome all "Common Objections":

  1. We already invested. Our processes are fine the way they are.
  2. This is not in my RADAR. I do not have time to get this done.
  3. I do not want to get into long-drawn ERP implementation.

Make it easy to make the switch.
Not just claims, but Key Differentiating Factors:

  1. Our Template-driven, Rapid Implementation Process
  2. Typical 4-6 weeks committed "time-to-go-live":
    with data conversion, configuration, user acceptance and rollout.
  3. Not just software implementation, but process transformation,
    training and engaging the organization
  4. Our "zero IT overhead" inclusive of support and upgrades
  5. Our engagement model - with no hidden fees and surpirses