Cutting through the clutter of managing and gaining insight into the incredible volume of data that exists today is a constant challenge for businesses. In spite of significant Business Intelligence (BI) investments, just a relatively small percentage of companies consider their BI programs a success. Many continue to struggle with how to best adapt to changes in the business and evolving system needs. Unfortunately, many organisations are not making the most of their BI spending. And that generally comes down to one simple reason: they cannot get users to actually use the BI programs that have been put into place.
Join Steve Freeman as he walks through the six components that make up the FRA2ME methodology. FRA2ME provides systematic and repeatable best practices around increasing end-user adoption. It is exclusive to Protiviti, allowing every client to maximise their BI investment, turning business users into advocates and dramatically growing the adoption of BI throughout their organisations.
- Explore the six steps to building the FRA2ME methodology in your organisation
- Learn how FRA2ME helps organisations delineate between information and insights
- Understand how a continuous "Build, Adapt, Outreach" approach helps your end users adjust to the constant cadence of change in your organisation
- Discover how implementing the FRA2ME methodology will have your end users saying "I don't know how I'd do my job without this."
Steve Freeman, a Managing Director in Protiviti's Data Management and Advanced Analytics practice, developed the FRA2ME methodology to help clients generate "raving fans" among end users. Responsible for Protiviti's SAP Analytics practice, Steve also serves on the firm's Financial Services practice leadership team. He has held numerous roles in sales and executive management in the Business Intelligence and Analytics space including: SAP BusinessObjects, Oracle, Verint and Cognos. A thought leader in analytics and end user adoption, Steve's expertise also centers on Customer Insight Analytics, Sales & Financial Forecasting, and Organisational Optimisation.
Duration: 49 minutes
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