Each year Gartner releases the latest Magic Quadrant for CPM Suites. Vendors are grouped into one of four quadrants but what does that really mean?
For the fourth year in a row, Tagetik scored among the highest in customer satisfaction, with near-perfect scores in twelve satisfaction categories including implementation, functionality, support, price value, and overall product quality.
This week, I had the pleasure of being in Washington D.C. for Microsoft’s 11th annual Worldwide Partner Conference. I was one of the approximately 20,000 other attendees to learn more about Microsoft’s vision around the cloud, big data, mobility, and other topics important to today’s enterprises.
Ventana Research recently published a paper titled “Cloud Financial Performance Management: Ready for the Large Enterprise”. In it they found that 54% of companies with employees over 1000 users are already using the cloud, and that only 14% have no intention to use it. That’s an astonishing rate from just a few years ago.
Tagetik will soon pass the 700 customer mark and we add around 100 new customers a year on average. It’s an impressive number but still relatively small compared to the number of customers of CPM megavendors or the growth rate of some highly leveraged SaaS CPM vendors; and we are fine with that.
There are many similarities between a football team, both game-related and for individual players, and an organization implementing and applying enterprise and corporate performance management (EPM/CPM) methods, analytics, and Big Data. What are the similarities?