Measuring profitability is a key requirement. The objective of any profitability model is to drive profit and monitor performance along key dimensions. The market is flush with applications catering to this need. The bases for selecting an app include profit drivers, data granularity, data processing volumes, and type of reporting.
In a three-part blog series, an Infosys expert considers the following aspects of profitability modeling:
How best to model profitability for financial institutions (part 1 of 3)
The importance of effective profitability modeling for financial institutions as they look for an enterprise tool.
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How best to model profitability for financial institutions (part 2 of 3)
A comparative analysis of two Oracle Stack applications: Oracle Financial Services Profitability Management and Hyperion Profitability Cost Management.
How best to model profitability for financial institutions (part 3 of 3)
Factors businesses must consider while investing in technology play like internal functional requirements and revenue for money.
Vandana Vasudev Nayak, Consultant, Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Center of Excellence, Infosys
Vandana Nayak has more than five years of IT experience with expertise in the areas of enterprise risk, performance management and across Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA), Hyperion Planning modules and Oracle E-Business suite of applications. She can be reached at
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