Media & Entertainment


How is your product mix impacting your financial performance?  Is new media driving more profit than “old” media for your business?

Tagetik 4 is the answer. This unified, collaborative approach makes it easy to unify processes for financial, statutory and management consolidation, budgeting, forecasting and reporting. In a single solution, you can comply with the new and changing regulatory requirements, standardize reporting and analysis across all products, lines of business and companies.

Tagetik will give us a greater degree of automation which will significantly free up staff time for other tasks, automate processes we were struggling to manage efficiently with Infor FDC, and provide us with greater transparency. Stephen Lane, Group Financial Controller, Trader Media Group

With Tagetik 4, Media companies gain numerous business benefits, including:

  • Link editorial and production costs with advertising (planning and performance analysis on ad sales agencies), broadcasting (personnel planning and related costs) and administration expenses (overhead)
  • Use ABC and other cost allocation analysis to monitor production, publishing and resales
  • Consolidate financial planning and investment management processes dealing with broadcasting rights
  • Streamline regulatory reporting for public service organizations
  • Aggregate budgeting processes at strategic, corporate and operational levels
  • Manage complex statutory and management consolidation processes, for powerful
    control audits and automate processing that ensures data traceability

Tagetik 4 is built the way your business works. As part of our strategic partnership with Microsoft
and SAP, we’ve recently added sophisticated industry-specific functionality to Tagetik 4 for Business
Intelligence (BI), Financial Analytics, Collaboration and Communication. Learn More...

Media leaders who have selected Tagetik

Case Study

Case Study: Mediaset

Consolidation, IC Reconciliation, Budgeting, Cash Flow, Profitability Analysis, Reporting

Customer Interview: Johnston Press