Why doing nothing about your cash flow during COVID-19 is hardly an option

Date: 08/05/2020

By Marcus Dietrich, Associate Consultant at PMsquare

The bottom line is that every organisation is impacted by COVID-19. Some of you may know how your business is being affected. For others, the impact may not have been felt, yet or are uncertain about how your  business is being affected. However, the fact is that the current crisis demands a response from everyone. Continuing business as usual is not an option as we prepare to emerge stronger in a post COVID-19 world.

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TM1 at scale

Date: 30/04/2020

By Yuri Kudryavcev, Associate Consultant at Cornerstone
I recently had a chance to work on a very large TM1 system and one of my colleagues asked ‘so what can we learn from it?’ This question got me thinking a bit past the usual ‘just don’t do this’ banter and lead to this post.

 

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Being Useful in a Time of Pandemic

Date: 21/04/2020

By Steve Bows, Anaplan Practice Lead

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How WaterNSW transformed their financial planning with Cornerstone

Date: 03/03/2020

By Chris Banaszak, Principal Consultant, Cornerstone Performance Management

In the weeds with spreadsheets

If you live in or around Sydney, you probably heard of WaterNSW. They operate the rivers and water supply systems across the state (including 40 dams), supplying two-thirds of all water used by the regional towns, irrigators, Sydney Water Corporation and local water utilities. But did you also know WaterNSW owns and controls the largest surface and groundwater monitoring network in the southern hemisphere?

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How to free up your IT budget with InfoArchive

Date: 31/07/2019

By Chris Tolhurst, Practice Lead, Cornerstone Performance Management

Organisations are faced with stricter regulations and data compliance policies requiring companies to preserve data for longer. Often our clients have strategic initiatives to lower the cost of IT whilst balancing the need to retain more data and having a mix of structured and unstructured data (and terabytes of it).

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