Business planning services – Kelley PC http://kelleypc.com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 07:35:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kelleypc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/cropped-icon-32x32.png Business planning services – Kelley PC http://kelleypc.com/ 32 32 County’s IDEA coalition aims for ‘impact’ | News, Sports, Jobs https://kelleypc.com/countys-idea-coalition-aims-for-impact-news-sports-jobs/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 05:22:10 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/countys-idea-coalition-aims-for-impact-news-sports-jobs/ IDEA Coalition Project Director Leecroft Clarke Several organizations and businesses announced during this weekend’s June 19 celebrations the formation of the Chautauqua County IDEA Coalition to pursue inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility strategies in the community. The coalition’s goal is to make Chautauqua County a place where everyone belongs and has […]]]>

IDEA Coalition Project Director Leecroft Clarke

Several organizations and businesses announced during this weekend’s June 19 celebrations the formation of the Chautauqua County IDEA Coalition to pursue inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility strategies in the community.

The coalition’s goal is to make Chautauqua County a place where everyone belongs and has opportunities to prosper, especially those who have been historically marginalized. They are committed to addressing, prioritizing and giving voice to those directly affected by things such as racism and social injustice in the community.

“After the murder of George Floyd in 2020, we knew it was necessary to proactively address racism in our community,” said Amy Rohler, executive director of United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, which serves as the backbone of the IDEA Coalition.

Rohler added that the incident sparked several informal conversations with people from educational institutions, law enforcement, local businesses and nonprofit organizations across the county.

United Way of Southern Chautauqua County initially engaged Battle and Banner Consulting, a firm specializing in community initiatives and diversity, equity and inclusion training, to develop a strategic community change framework. The initial group, which included representatives from northern and southern counties in a number of different sectors, began meeting monthly in April 2021.

Amit Taneja, senior vice president and director of IDEA for the Chautauqua institution, is a member of the coalition’s steering committee. “The coalition is designed to serve as a bridge between those who have been impacted by racism and social injustice, prioritize their concerns, and then work collectively to create systemic and lasting change in our community,” he said.

Taneja added that coalition members want to better understand the needs of community members and incorporate those needs into their own strategic plans and goals.

“This coalition is necessary because we have a greater impact when we work together”, said Alize B. Scott, director of social justice and racial equity at YWCA Jamestown, also a member of the steering committee.

Steering committee members emphasized that while their initial efforts would begin by engaging African American/Black and Hispanic/Latino communities, they would expand efforts and conversations to other historically marginalized populations in the county.

In May 2022, United Way of Southern Chautauqua County hired Bishop Leecroft Clarke to be the IDEA Coalition Project Director. Originally from Jamaica, Clarke moved to Jamestown 22 years ago to work for SKF as a business development manager; he also worked for TitanX Engine Cooling for almost 10 years. Additionally, he held various engineering and project management positions for The Torrington Co. (located in Connecticut) for over 12 years. Clarke is currently the senior pastor of Healing Word Ministries Church of God. His extensive community service includes his roles as Chair of the Chautauqua County Addictions Department, Co-Chair of the Chautauqua County Racial Reconciliation Task Force, former Board Member of the HOPE Chautauqua Coalition and former member of the ESPRI working group.

“We are fortunate to have someone with Bishop Clarke’s diverse experience and skills in this important leadership position,” says Röhler.

Current coalition members include: the Chautauqua Center, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua Opportunities Inc, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, City of Dunkirk, City of Jamestown, Dunkirk Public Schools, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown Public Schools, Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation , Robert H Jackson Center, United Way of Northern Chautauqua, United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, UPMC Chautauqua and YWCA Jamestown. Participants in the year-long planning process included people from law enforcement, businesses, banks, local organizations, municipal governments in Dunkirk and Jamestown, and health and social services departments and economic development in Chautauqua County. With the public launch of the IDEA Coalition, membership is open to any organization interested in supporting its initiatives and signing the membership agreement.

In addition to investment from the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, the IDEA Coalition has received grants to fund its work through the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, and the Cummins Foundation.

“This Coalition is committed to both anti-racism work and broad social justice work,” Clarke said. At the two June 19 celebrations in Jamestown and Dunkirk, Clarke spoke at length about the work of the Coalition and its plans: “We plan to prioritize the concerns of historically marginalized communities in our county and create a collective, collaborative workspace that addresses those concerns.” Clarke added that this critical initiative would take time to implement, but everyone has a role to play in the strategy to make the county more inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible.

For more information on the Coalition, visit uwayscc.org/ideacoalition. Organizations and companies interested in becoming a member can contact Clarke at IDEA-Director@uwayscc.org.



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UPS Impact Summit: Advancing Equity and Economic Empowerment https://kelleypc.com/ups-impact-summit-advancing-equity-and-economic-empowerment/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 06:53:01 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/ups-impact-summit-advancing-equity-and-economic-empowerment/ UPS Impact Summit: Advancing Equity and Economic Empowerment Register online Rejoin UPS to history National Center for Civil and Human Rights for the very first of the UPS Foundation UPS Impact Summit! We will explore the rapidly evolving intersection of ESG, equity and economic empowerment. The goal is to empower stakeholders to think creatively about […]]]>

UPS Impact Summit: Advancing Equity and Economic Empowerment

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Rejoin UPS to history National Center for Civil and Human Rights for the very first of the UPS Foundation UPS Impact Summit! We will explore the rapidly evolving intersection of ESG, equity and economic empowerment. The goal is to empower stakeholders to think creatively about how we want to present ourselves as leaders and partners in the communities in which we work and live in this ever-changing space. Through dynamic discussions with some of the leading equity voices in Atlanta and around the world, the UPS Impact Summit will highlight the opportunity for stakeholders to move the needle on this critical topic.

The round tables include:

  • Equity as a Core Strategy for Atlanta Businesses (In-Person Only) – Unique approaches and opportunities Atlanta companies have taken to define equity as a business strategy.
  • Vaccine equity and the response to COVID-19 (Virtual only) – Humanitarian and logistics experts explain how they work together to deliver critical medical supplies to developing countries.
  • Support economic empowerment and community diversity (Hybrid) – How UPS partnerships with diverse SMBs are changing lives, creating jobs and supporting the backbone of the economy: small businesses.
  • Fireside Chat: Advancing the Black Community (Hybrid) – Partnerships and engagements can change the trajectory of future generations by creating jobs, increasing wealth and advancing the black community.

Speakers

  • Dr Njoh Andreas Ateke
    Deputy Permanent Secretary
    Cameroon Expanded Vaccination Program
    Dr. Njoh is a Cameroonian doctor specializing in epidemiology and control of infectious diseases. He has extensive experience in immunization, health service delivery in hard-to-reach and conflict-affected settings, and health care management at subnational and national levels. He is currently deputy director of the expanded immunization program in Cameroon. In addition, Dr. Njoh is a former WHO fellow and a Geneva Learning Foundation coach.
  • Jay Bailey
    President and CEO
    The Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs
    The Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs (RICE) is dedicated to empowering Black entrepreneurs and small business owners. Honoring the great legacy and visionary leadership of Herman J. Russell, Sr., the Atlanta-based center is designed to inspire ideas, create jobs, grow businesses, and increase community wealth.
  • Deisha Barnet
    President, Global Communications and Content Strategy
    UPS
    Deisha Barnett is an accomplished leader and board director who advises CEOs, strategizes, champions inclusion, and builds high-performing teams. She is a passionate driver of transformation and results, whether engaging media, investors, analysts, consumers, employees or community stakeholders. She is President of Communications and Content at UPS, where she leads storytelling targeting UPS personnel and external stakeholders around the world. His team guides company-wide editorial planning, social media, creative services, and environmental, social and governance communications strategy.
  • Daniel Buezo
    Designer & Co-founder
    children of immigrants
    Daniel Buezo is a first-generation Honduran American and the designer and co-founder of Kids of Immigrants, a Los Angeles-based streetwear startup. The brand aims to channel the sense of duality and pride that accompanies immigrant experiences into its clothing.
  • Nikki Clifton
    President, Social Impact and The UPS Foundation
    UPS
    Nikki leads UPS global philanthropy, social impact and international community affairs. She oversees the company’s efforts to meet the world’s most pressing social, humanitarian and environmental needs.
  • Nicquel Terry Ellis
    Senior Writer
    CNN
    Nicquel is an award-winning journalist who is the senior staff writer for CNN’s Race & Equality team. She joined CNN in November 2020 and much of her work focuses on health disparities laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic, the intersection of race and politics, and the advancement of women. of color.
  • Ayana Green
    Vice President of US Marketing
    UPS
    Ayana Green leads strategy and revenue channels for small and midsize businesses, which includes digital communications, retail channels, start-ups and various customer segments. Ayana talks about her passion and commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion through her role on the UPS Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee and Equity Task Force, justice and action.
  • Eva Kadilli
    Director, Supply Division
    UNICEF
    Eva oversees UNICEF’s global supply chain and market shaping functions. She is responsible for managing UNICEF’s supply response to humanitarian crises and is part of the COVAX facility governance team, overseeing UNICEF’s role as procurement coordinator and lead agency. leader in COVAX supply and logistics.
  • Anjalee Khemlani
    Senior Reporter
    Yahoo finance
    Anjalee is a senior reporter at Yahoo Finance and covers all things business, with a focus on healthcare. Khemlani has previously worked for a variety of media organizations which include Startup Digital, Legacy Daily News, International Broadcast and Local Radio. Her most recent position was as editor of ROI-NJ in New Jersey.
  • Jeremy Konyndyk
    Executive Director
    USAID COVID-19 Task Force
    Jeremy Konyndyk oversees the development and implementation of USAID’s COVID-19 response efforts, comprising resources approaching $10 billion that support more than 100 countries suffering from the devastating effects of the virus. He leads the agency’s engagement on COVID-19 with foreign government counterparts, partner organizations and global response institutions, including Gavi/COVAX, the World Health Organization and the Global Fund.
  • Laura Lane
    Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Affairs
    UPS
    Laura oversees public policy and government affairs, communications, sustainability, community relations and the UPS Foundation and is a member of the UPS leadership team.
  • Stephanie Liu
    Co-founder and CEO
    Xerophilic studios
    Stephanie Liu is a Chinese-American writer and director. She is co-founder of Xerophile Studios, a women-owned production company specializing in documentary shorts and branded content. Before making films, Stéphanie worked at the ABC News office in Washington and at the World Bank, where she produced multimedia from Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya and the Comoros.
  • Marc H. Morial
    President and CEO
    National Urban League
    Marc Morial is a leading voice on the national stage in the battle for jobs, education, housing and fair voting rights. The National Urban League is the nation’s largest historic civil and urban rights organization.
  • Ingrid Orozco
    CEO
    ULead International
    Ingrid has spent her career developing and implementing trade and investment attraction projects in Latin America and the United States. She is also an entrepreneur and has created several different businesses, including ULead International, a global trade promotion agency in Mexico. Ingrid is President of the International Organization of Women in Commerce (OWIT) and Executive Director of the Academy of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) in Mexico.
  • Jill Savitt
    President and CEO
    National Center for Civil and Human Rights
    Jill, President and CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, is a human rights defender specializing in the prevention of genocide and atrocities. She assumed this leadership role in March 2019, but has been involved with the Center since 2010, when she curated the Center’s exhibition on human rights around the world before the Center opened in 2014. Previously , Savitt was acting director of the Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.
  • Charlene Thomas
    Executive Vice President and Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
    UPS
    Charlene is Executive Vice President and Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for UPS and a member of the company’s leadership team. In her previous role as Director of Human Resources, she guided UPS transformation and HR initiatives to optimize the talent, leadership and culture of the company’s more than 528,000 employees worldwide.
  • Monique Villavicencio
    Co-founder
    Xerophilic studios
    Monica is an American writer and director of Filipino and Nicaraguan descent. She is co-founder of Xerophile Studios, a women-owned production company specializing in documentary shorts and branded content. Monica was previously an NPR Kroc Fellow and has written and produced for various media organizations.
  • Kevin Warren
    Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer
    UPS
    Kevin is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at UPS. In this role, he is responsible for U.S. and international marketing, The UPS Store, digital channels, revenue enablement, business planning, forecasting and pricing, digital marketing, customer experience. , the relevance of the brand and the company’s Ware2Go subsidiary.
  • Wes Wheeler
    President of Global Healthcare
    UPS
    Wes oversees UPS’s first vertical business unit and focuses specifically on pharmaceuticals, medical devices, wholesalers, retail distributors and customers who store or move regulated healthcare products.

Additional speakers to be confirmed.

About UPS

UPS (NYSE: UPS) is one of the world’s largest companies, with 2021 revenue of $97.3 billion, and provides a wide range of integrated logistics solutions to customers in more than 220 countries and territories. Focused on its purpose statement, “Moving our world forward by delivering what matters,” the company’s 534,000 employees embrace a simple and powerfully executed strategy: customers first. Directed people. Focused on innovation. UPS is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and supporting the communities we serve around the world. UPS also takes an unwavering stance on diversity, equity and inclusion. Further information is available at www.ups.com, about.ups.com and www.investors.ups.com.

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Fearless brings digital business tools to New Jersey https://kelleypc.com/fearless-brings-digital-business-tools-to-new-jersey/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 20:50:44 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/fearless-brings-digital-business-tools-to-new-jersey/ A new digital tool for small businesses in New Jersey is helping entrepreneurs jump-start their operations, the latest example of how government technology providers and public agencies are using digital tools to streamline permits and licensing. Baltimore-based digital services company Fearless built the state’s online Navigator portal, according to a company spokesperson. Since the site […]]]>

A new digital tool for small businesses in New Jersey is helping entrepreneurs jump-start their operations, the latest example of how government technology providers and public agencies are using digital tools to streamline permits and licensing.

Baltimore-based digital services company Fearless built the state’s online Navigator portal, according to a company spokesperson.

Since the site went live in late 2021, it has attracted 66,500 users and now averages around 300 daily users, the spokesperson said. Government Technology by email. Since mid-April, 950 of those users have started businesses in New Jersey through the online site.


No immediate comment from state officials was available.

More than a dozen state organizations in New Jersey support the state’s 900,000 businesses and often use manual, not digital, processes to serve these business owners. The drive to make government enterprise approval and assistance more digital reflects broader trends playing out in the government tech industry.

An example of this comes from May.

That’s when Kansas-based CivicPlus, which builds websites and software for local governments, launched software designed to manage permits, planning, zoning, business licenses, code enforcement and fire inspections through a single interface.

The tool provides “end-to-end documentation, workflow management, and public engagement functionality for code enforcement officers, public works managers, community development officers, firefighters and other local government leaders,” according to a press release for the product.

Then, in June, budget management technology provider ClearGov entered the permitting and licensing market through the acquisition of CityGrows.

The software sold by CityGrows enables local agencies to digitize and automate authorization and licensing workflows. The technology also processes online payments and offers what the company calls a “smart dashboard”.

As for Fearless, he says the New Jersey Navigator program helps aspiring business owners create roadmaps for their businesses, including helping develop business plans and securing necessary financing and forms. and state required tax identification numbers.

The company is also currently working on an API that would make it easier to communicate with the New Jersey Treasurer’s website so that business owners could create digital dashboards containing all the information the state has about their businesses, as well as timelines and funding data.

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Otonomo presents mobility intelligence solutions for https://kelleypc.com/otonomo-presents-mobility-intelligence-solutions-for/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/otonomo-presents-mobility-intelligence-solutions-for/ LONDON, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MOVING 2022 — Otonomo Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: OMO), the platform powering the mobility economy, today showcased its Mobility Intelligence solutions focused on three high-growth categories: Electric Vehicle (EV) Adoption, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and town planning. These solutions expand Otonomo’s existing curated data product offerings with new […]]]>

LONDON, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MOVING 2022 Otonomo Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: OMO), the platform powering the mobility economy, today showcased its Mobility Intelligence solutions focused on three high-growth categories: Electric Vehicle (EV) Adoption, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and town planning. These solutions expand Otonomo’s existing curated data product offerings with new actionable insights derived from the application of proprietary data science, machine learning and advanced analytics. Otonomo is exhibiting at the MOVE 2022 conference in London this week, where attendees can see demonstrations of the new mobility intelligence solutions at Otonomo booth #307.

Otonomo Mobility Intelligence’s proprietary machine learning and data science creates a digital twin model with over 30 unique indicators that enable predictive modeling of the real world. Otonomo’s technology assesses human movement, analyzes real-world personalities, context, intent, driver segmentation, preferences and needs, then transforms large-scale data into actionable mobility intelligence.

The differentiator of Otonomo’s data-driven insights lies in the fusion of rich data sources to understand multimodal human movement. The depth and breadth of data includes daily, up-to-date and near real-time physical sources from mobile devices, municipalities, charging networks, micro-mobility performance and will soon incorporate multi-layered connected vehicle data of Otonomo.

“I am delighted that Otonomo is expanding our offering from the connected vehicle data that our customers apply so effectively in their products and services, to solutions where we apply our own data science to empower new and existing customers with deep actionable insights. With our mobility intelligence platform, our customers can understand travel patterns in their cities and reduce CO2 emissions through the use of electric vehicles, smart urban planning and more accessible mobility services” , said Ben Volkow, CEO and co-founder of Otonomo.

Otonomo’s Mobility Intelligence Dashboard gives users access to new solutions:

  • MaaS intelligence: Otonomo enables MaaS providers to optimize operational efficiency and increase ROI through access to traffic demand groups through Otonomo’s intelligence platform with data feeds and customer data flows and applications. Otonomo helps mobility service providers match supply with up-to-date demand data by deploying stations in optimal locations based on predictive performance metrics, reallocating their resources, and rebalancing their fleet to maximize efficiency. traffic. It also helps cities foster positive modal shift by increasing the accessibility of mobility services to those most likely to use them.
  • VE Intelligence: Otonomo enables EV charging providers, OEMs and EV-adopting cities to optimally deploy charging stations and sites, maximizing return on investment and service accessibility. Otonomo can forecast demand and work with EV charging station operators to determine optimal locations to place future charging stations. Data-driven EV planners have access to accurate metrics of demand for EV charging sites in every city, accurate mapping of underserved areas in key EV corridors. It also gives EV automakers insight into which charging station operators might be best for partnerships in specific geographies.
  • Urban Intelligence: Otonomo provides urban planners and transportation with unique visibility into mobility needs and multimodal demand, necessary to plan and operate efficient and sustainable urban transportation networks. Otonomo provides up-to-date visibility into mobility patterns in specific areas, including detailed origin and destination matrices, ridership rates, and traffic flow and volume, to enable city planners and planners design and plan networks based on hyperlocal multimodal mobility needs. Adding socio-demographic profiles and trip purpose creates even more value for city planners who were previously limited by basic transit “count” data.

“As large cities must find solutions to livability and sustainability issues caused by traffic congestion, noise and emissions, more systematic use of real-time mobility data has become essential,” Claire said. Elnécavé, senior consultant at PTOLEMUS Consulting Group. “Using non-siloed and open-to-all data intelligence is a major part of the solution to build multimodal transport and mobility as a service (MaaS) and reduce the environmental footprint of transport. Otonomo clearly aims to be part of the solution.

Mobility Intelligence is an additional tool of the Otonomo smart mobility data platform that powers the mobility economy across connected vehicles, fleet, insurance, urban planning, electric vehicles and mobility services . By leveraging the data and insights provided by Otonomo, businesses, municipalities, and government institutions can all make informed decisions to drive growth, save money, and transform their bottom line.

Otonomo at MOVE 2022 – June 15 and 16, 2022
Otonomo will host technology demos at booth #307, highlighting the business impact of its smart mobility data platform and how it powers the mobility economy. Additionally, CMO Fred Kohout will present on the “Smart Cities” track on June 15 at 1:50 p.m., addressing the ways mobility data can bridge the activation gap.

To schedule an onsite meeting with Otonomo, please visit: https://info.otonomo.io/event-move-2022

About Otonomo
Otonomo (NASDAQ: OTMO), the platform powering the mobility economy, launches a new generation of mobility experiences and services. With Otonomo, suppliers in the transportation, mobility, insurance and automotive industries are finally able to harness mobility data and insights and turn them into strategic assets and business advantages.

Our partners have access to the widest and most diverse range of data on connected vehicles, mobile phones, public transport, electric vehicle infrastructure and MaaS with one contract and one API. Vehicle and multimodal mobility data is reshaped and enriched to provide deep visibility and actionable insights and enable planning, deployment and operations.

Built with privacy and security by design, our platform is compliant with GDPR, CCPA and other privacy regulations, ensuring that all parties are protected and businesses remain privacy compliant in all geographical areas of the world.

Otonomo has an R&D center in Israel and a presence in the United States and Europe.

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This announcement contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws, including statements regarding the services offered by Otonomo, the anticipated technological capability of Otonomo, the markets in which Otonomo operates and the expected future financial and operating results of Otonomo. ‘Otonomo. These forward-looking statements are generally identified by the words “believe”, “project”, “expect”, “anticipate”, “estimate”, “intend”, “strategy”, “future”, “opportunity “, “plan,” “may,” “should,” “will,” “would,” “will,” “continue,” “will likely result,” and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements are predictions, projections and “other statements regarding future events that are based on current expectations and assumptions and, therefore, are subject to risks and uncertainties. Many factors could cause actual future events to differ materially from the forward-looking statements contained in this announcement, including, but not limited to, the ability to implement business plans, forecasts, and other expectations, the ability to identify and realize additional opportunities, and changes and development. ents in the highly competitive data market. The foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive. You should carefully consider the foregoing factors and other risks and uncertainties described in Otonomo’s Annual Report on Form 20-F filed with the SEC on March 31, 2022 and in other documents filed by Otonomo from time to time with of the SEC. These filings identify and address other important risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events and results to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they are made. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, and Otonomo undertakes no obligation and does not intend to update or revise such forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Otonomo does not guarantee that it will meet its expectations.

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Enterprise performance management market worth $8.3 billion by 2027 https://kelleypc.com/enterprise-performance-management-market-worth-8-3-billion-by-2027/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/enterprise-performance-management-market-worth-8-3-billion-by-2027/ CHICAGO, June 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new market research report “Enterprise Performance Management Market by Component, Application (Enterprise Planning & Budgeting, Reporting & Compliance), Business Function, Deployment Type, Organization Size, Vertical & Region – Global Forecast to 2027″released by MarketsandMarkets™, the global EPM market size is expected to grow at a compound […]]]>

CHICAGO, June 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new market research report Enterprise Performance Management Market by Component, Application (Enterprise Planning & Budgeting, Reporting & Compliance), Business Function, Deployment Type, Organization Size, Vertical & Region – Global Forecast to 2027″released by MarketsandMarkets™, the global EPM market size is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.0% during the forecast period, to reach $8.3 billion by 2027 from $6.0 billion in 2022.

EPM The solutions help analyze, understand and report critical business activities. These solutions help companies tie strategies to their planning and play a critical role in executing those strategies by measuring and managing performance against goals. They focus on clearly communicating a company’s strategic objectives and goals and have various applications, such as corporate planning and budgeting, financial consolidation, reporting and compliance, integrated performance management, etc. . (supply chain performance management, workforce planning, risk strategy management). , profitability and cost control). Main advantages of EPM solutions include automating financial planning, reducing errors, reporting and consolidation processes, accelerating cycle times, unifying finance and operations, improving cross-departmental collaboration, and more .

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EPM software market vendors across the globe are adopting innovative solutions to support organizations in financial planning and budgeting to improve the financial condition of their businesses. The evolution of the latest technologies enables vendors to offer financial budgeting and planning solutions to enable organizations to take appropriate action. Organizations need software solutions to manage larger business information. It becomes difficult for an organization to bring together data from different departments available in different data formats. EPM solutions facilitate the management of information at different levels and lead to informed decision-making. The goal of EPM solutions is to improve business performance and help companies improve their decision-making process. Organizations in all industries use EPM solutions to increase operational efficiency and productivity.

Market expected to be driven by business process optimization and growing demand for mobility

The growing demand for mobility solutions has driven the growing adoption of cloud-based EPM software. On-premises EPM software lacked application programming interfaces or embedded technologies to connect it to mobile devices. Organizations are moving towards a flexible working environment after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cloud-based EPM solutions are designed to help organizations grow faster and overcome geographic constraints. Additionally, EPM systems support business processes by enabling organizations to manage and automate day-to-day business activities from an integrated solution, resulting in improved business performance and increased operational efficiency by ensuring accurate business planning and reporting. EPM systems provide a streamlined business process that eliminates the risk of manual errors and provides faster response time to key decision makers in the organization. Because data serves as a key metric to measure business performance, EPM systems automatically collect and consolidate data, reducing implementation time. These factors act as drivers of the enterprise performance management market.

EPM helps organizations achieve regulatory compliance and improve security protocols

Compliance regulations are in place to help organizations identify the information security strategy by defining the set of rules and guidelines depending on the type of industry and the data an organization keeps. EPM systems help the organization to meet the compliance security standard set by the organization. EPM systems also help prevent data integrity and confidentiality. Thus, companies are increasingly adopting EPM solutions. For example, Oracle has implemented various security compliance features, such as encrypted password for secure EPM automated access, transport layer security (TLS) for communication, and restricted network access. These features help organizations meet security requirements and avoid a data breach. With evolving tax and regulatory procedures for financial reporting, EPM supports various reporting standards with accurate and up-to-date information, eliminating the need for multiple financial reporting systems and improving cycle time. process. These driving factors are contributing to the growth of the market.

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Asia Pacific to grow at a highest CAGR in the global enterprise performance management market

Asia Pacific is one of the world’s digital hubs. Businesses in the region quickly identified the benefits of cloud technology as an enabler of digital transformation. The main Asia Pacific countries, such as China, Japanand South Korea spend on cloud technologies. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it more imperative for businesses across Asia Pacific increase their rate of cloud adoption, providing many market opportunities for EPM vendors. Oracle, Anaplan, SAP, SAS, and IBM are some of the leading EPM vendors that offer various solutions and services in the region. In addition, various small and medium enterprises offering EPM services and solutions are expanding their reach in Asia Pacific offer tailor-made offers to local customers. Growing private sector investments, strong government support and the availability of a huge population are expected to drive the growth of new and emerging technologies in Asia Pacific.

The Enterprise Performance Management Market is dominated by companies such as Unicom Systems (US), Planful (US), Unit4 (Netherlands), OneStream (US), SAP (Germany), Oracle (US), IBM (US), Infor (US), Anaplan (US), Workday (US), Epicor Software (US), BearingPoint (Netherlands), Broadcom (USA), Board International (Swiss), Luca Net (Germany), Prophix (Canada), Vena Solutions (Canada), Solver (US), Kepion (US), Jedox (Germany), Wolters Kluwer (Netherlands), corporator (Norway), Insight software (USA) and others. These vendors have a large customer base and strong geographic footprint along with organized distribution channels, which helps them increase revenue generation.

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Need help planning a trip? How to find a trustworthy travel agent https://kelleypc.com/need-help-planning-a-trip-how-to-find-a-trustworthy-travel-agent/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 19:41:15 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/need-help-planning-a-trip-how-to-find-a-trustworthy-travel-agent/ by: Better Business Bureau Job : June 11, 2022 / 2:41 p.m. CDT Updated: June 11, 2022 / 2:41 p.m. CDT Consumers spend billions of dollars each year on travel. With the convenience of the Internet, it is sometimes difficult to find a trustworthy third-party travel service. Sometimes well-known names are spoofed, or scammers trick […]]]>

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Consumers spend billions of dollars each year on travel. With the convenience of the Internet, it is sometimes difficult to find a trustworthy third-party travel service.

Sometimes well-known names are spoofed, or scammers trick users into thinking they are dealing directly with the hotel or airline.

Recognize a good travel agent:

  • Takes the time to learn your travel needs, preferences, tastes, budget, and personal limitations such as medical conditions or phobias.
  • Make comparisons to find the transport, accommodation, attractions and services that will give you the greatest satisfaction at the best price.
  • Keeps abreast of new developments in the travel industry that may benefit you, such as price reductions and special offers on airfares and hotels.
  • Is very knowledgeable about local attractions and customs in popular destinations and can provide advice that will help you choose among options and ensure your trip goes smoothly.
  • Will be able to stay up to date on any travel restrictions or alerts that may arise and impact your trip.

How to find a good travel agent:

  • Whenever possible, do business with a local travel agent. Take advice from friends and business partners who use an agent they trust and always check company profiles on BBB.org.
  • Visit or call several agencies to find the one that best suits your needs.
  • Consider everything from the appearance of the office to the agent’s willingness to listen and answer questions.
  • Ask about the work history of a specific agent. For example, what type of training or education they have had.
  • Contact the American Society of Travel Agents to verify if a travel agent you are considering using belongs to that organization.

Find a travel agent near you. Go to BBB.org/travel to see more tips. To report a scam, go to BBB.org/ScamTracker.

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Mitsui and KDDI create a new company to promote City DX using AI https://kelleypc.com/mitsui-and-kddi-create-a-new-company-to-promote-city-dx-using-ai/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 01:43:29 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/mitsui-and-kddi-create-a-new-company-to-promote-city-dx-using-ai/ Mitsui and KDDI created GEOTRA to promote urban DX by providing a data platform capable of using AI to analyze and visualize geospatial data, especially personal activity. In March 2021, Mitsui and KDDI developed an analytics platform and services that can monitor and predict various aspects of personal activity, such as means, time and purpose […]]]>

Mitsui and KDDI created GEOTRA to promote urban DX by providing a data platform capable of using AI to analyze and visualize geospatial data, especially personal activity.

In March 2021, Mitsui and KDDI developed an analytics platform and services that can monitor and predict various aspects of personal activity, such as means, time and purpose of movements, through the use of AI and smartphone location data. On June 9, 2022, GEOTRA will begin providing these services as the GEOTRA geospatial analysis platform.

In recent years, expectations have risen for smart city companies that use digital technology to enrich city life. Towards the realization of the Japanese government’s “Society 5.0” concept, calls have been made for productivity improvements and business innovations through the use of digital technologies, and local businesses and government organizations are promoting DX initiatives . One of the requirements for the development of a city is the ability to monitor and predict future personal activity.

By providing the platform, GEOTRA aims to improve the business planning and policy decision-making processes of various entities, such as commercial companies and local government organizations, in areas such as the development of smart cities. GEOTRA has already started using the platform in collaboration with Mitsubishi Estate Corporation to improve the attractiveness of the Marunouchi (Otemachi, Marunouchi, Yurakucho) region, including business planning review to increase its convenience and realize MaaS . In Shibuya District, the platform is used in a “City Dashboard” system (https://shibuya-data.jp/), which collects data to quickly and accurately identify issues facing this area, and visualizes and analyzes the conditions prevailing in said neighborhood. This system will make it possible to follow the transport needs and the characteristics of the zones and spaces. GEOTRA will continue to address themes that will contribute to the enrichment of people’s lives.

Mitsui maintains global business networks, while KDDI has in-depth knowledge of DX. The two companies aim to use their respective strengths to deepen their collaboration not only with regard to the development of smart cities, but also in areas such as mobility, energy, infrastructure, entertainment and healthcare.

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Alera Group quadruples its assets under management with the acquisition of Wharton Business Group https://kelleypc.com/alera-group-quadruples-its-assets-under-management-with-the-acquisition-of-wharton-business-group/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 15:05:52 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/alera-group-quadruples-its-assets-under-management-with-the-acquisition-of-wharton-business-group/ Alera Group Wealth Services, a growing division of national insurance and financial services company Alera Group, today announced the acquisition of Wharton Business Group, an employee-owned RIA in Malvern, Pa., which manages over $3.5 billion in assets for business owners and establishments The deal takes Alera’s investment advisory arm from $1.2 billion to $4.7 billion […]]]>

Alera Group Wealth Services, a growing division of national insurance and financial services company Alera Group, today announced the acquisition of Wharton Business Group, an employee-owned RIA in Malvern, Pa., which manages over $3.5 billion in assets for business owners and establishments

The deal takes Alera’s investment advisory arm from $1.2 billion to $4.7 billion in assets under management. The terms of the contract are not disclosed.

“The team shares our fierce commitment to collaborate, and we look forward to leveraging his expertise to strengthen our existing wealth management services and national presence.said Alera CEO Alan Levitz.

Founded in 2017 with backing from private equity firm Genstar Capital, Alera has brought together 24 property and casualty insurance, pension and wealth management firms, and combined revenue of $150 million. The integrated company now generates approximately $1 billion in revenue with more than 130 offices nationwide.

The company is now focusing on wealth management, with the goal of growing both assets and geographic reach, executives said.

“We recognize that there is an ability to meet customer needs in a multifaceted way,” Alera explained. Tina Hohman, Executive Vice President and Practice Leader of Wealth Management Services.

Founded in 1992, WBG specializes in investment advisory and business continuity services, including leadership succession and estate planning – typically working alongside other business owners’ advisors. Investment services include portfolio evaluation, investment policy development, manager selection, security selection, ongoing active management, portfolio rebalancing and investment cost analysis.

Under Alera, WBG will retain its brand and control over investment strategies, while utilizing Alera’s back-office capabilities.

According to BJ Webster, Founder and Managing Director of WBG’s three-person team, the need for internal succession planning and Alera’s business structure were key factors in the decision to enter into the partnership.

“We can’t very well go out and preach succession and leadership planning without doing it ourselves,” he said. “And it’s very important to be responsible for what you’ve built. That’s what we’re doing here.

“We have a very focused strategy and a great team,” Webster said. “As being part of the Alera group, we will continue to provide these services, but we may also offer to connect clients to a network of experts and advisors in other planning areas whose interests are aligned with theirs.

“Alera is emerging as a major future player in the RIA space,” according to David DeVoe, CEO and founder of RIA strategy and advisory firm M&A DeVoe and Co., who served as WBG’s sole financial advisor while throughout the transaction.

Noting the positive benefits for both parties, he said, “This level of a transaction helps them take their wealth management business to the next level.”

“WBG represents the type of company we want to partner with,” Hohman said. She said Alera will continue to acquire wealth management companies, seeking those with unique investment strategies, niche expertise, and will focus on geographies already served by other business divisions. ‘Alera.

Alera hopes to grow its wealth management services arm to $10 billion in assets under management over the next year, she said. With an existing RIA firm based in the Midwest, the addition of WBG brings a wealth management foothold to the Mid-Atlantic region and, she said, opportunities have already been identified in the Northeast.

“So we are really focusing on the West, South Central and South East regions for larger companies to acquire and partner with our existing offices and other divisions,” he said. she stated.

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Launch of the Ericsson Innovation Awards 2022 https://kelleypc.com/launch-of-the-ericsson-innovation-awards-2022/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 07:06:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/launch-of-the-ericsson-innovation-awards-2022/ Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) invites university students around the world to propose innovative technology solutions to help meet the challenges of sustainable development. Impact Our Sustainable Future is the theme of the Ericsson Innovation Awards (EIA) 2022 challenge, with over €50,000 in prizes up for grabs. Heather Johnson, Vice President, Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson, said: […]]]>

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) invites university students around the world to propose innovative technology solutions to help meet the challenges of sustainable development. Impact Our Sustainable Future is the theme of the Ericsson Innovation Awards (EIA) 2022 challenge, with over €50,000 in prizes up for grabs.

Heather Johnson, Vice President, Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson, said: “There are less than 10 years left until the conclusion of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and it will take a collective effort from all sectors of the society to achieve them. Ericsson is a champion of the role technology and innovation can play in scaling sustainability efforts.

She adds, “University students around the world are among the most passionate and determined advocates of the need for action to address the global challenges of sustainable development. That’s why we’ve chosen sustainability as the central theme for this year’s Ericsson Innovation Awards to help catalyze action.

Participating university teams are encouraged to draw inspiration from The 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) identify a sustainability challenge to address with a technology solution that can bring lasting change.

Interested teams of two to four students currently enrolled in university studies should submit team names and ideas by 1:00 p.m. (CEST), August 5, 2022.

As an added incentive, tThe first seven submissions per region at 1:00 p.m. (CEST), June 16, 2022, will have the opportunity to access additional support and feedback from Ericsson mentors.

Johnson adds, “Imagination is the only limit to the range of ideas that can be submitted. From past experiences with the Ericson Innovation Awards, we know that university students are exceptionally talented at coming up with and developing creative solutions.

Price

Overall winner: 25,000 euros

As a Nobel International Partner, Ericsson will also offer the winning team the opportunity to participate in a virtual conversation with a Nobel laureate.

Overall Finalist: 15,000 euros

Third place overall: €5,000

Social Media Awards: 2,000 euros

Ideas from the three finalists will be uploaded to @ericssoncareers Instagram. A public vote – in the last 24 hours before the Grand Final – will determine which team that wins the 2,000 euros.

Regional winners

Each of the seven regional winners will receive 1,000 euros.

In some cases, additional special recognition and prizes will be offered in the respective region.

The 14 semi-finalists, including regional winners, will receive eight weeks of comprehensive mentorship from Ericsson innovation and business experts, as well as recognition on Ericsson’s social and digital media channels.

Further details, including registration information, are available at Ericsson Innovation Award to place.

About the Ericsson Innovation Awards (EIA)

The Ericsson Innovation Awards have been distributed annually since 2015. The competition aims to give students around the world the opportunity to develop innovative ideas supported by Ericsson’s technology and business planning experts.

The EIA awards have replaced the Ericsson Application Awards, an R&D initiative aimed at stimulating application development and innovation. Ericsson app prices took place from 2009 to 2014.

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Cerulli-Invesco tool lets financial advisors see how practices measure up https://kelleypc.com/cerulli-invesco-tool-lets-financial-advisors-see-how-practices-measure-up/ Mon, 30 May 2022 23:44:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/cerulli-invesco-tool-lets-financial-advisors-see-how-practices-measure-up/ Want to know how your business stacks up against the competition? A new product from Boston-based Cerulli and New York-based Invesco may provide answers. The product, called The Practice Innovation Index, is part of Invesco Total CX, an all-in-one platform that includes content and coaching designed to help planners communicate with clients and maximize both […]]]>

Want to know how your business stacks up against the competition? A new product from Boston-based Cerulli and New York-based Invesco may provide answers.

The product, called The Practice Innovation Index, is part of Invesco Total CX, an all-in-one platform that includes content and coaching designed to help planners communicate with clients and maximize both client feedback and business results. Cerulli, who has been collecting wealth management data for over 30 years, provides the data that powers the comparison. Invesco provides resources that help planners address weaknesses in their practices.

The Practice Innovation Index works like a questionnaire. A planner spends approximately 20 minutes answering 35 questions in the areas of practice management (which includes succession planning, billing and technology), new business development (new clients, referrals and external strategic partnerships ), client services (client experience and communications) and wealth management (service offerings, assets under management, portfolio construction and results). The index then ranks a planner against their peers by assigning a percentile for the general topics and sub-topics explored in the questionnaire.

Armed with knowledge of practice areas that could benefit from specific attention, planners then have access to an online library of articles on how to consolidate everything from back-office technology to customer experiences. They can also benefit from personal coaching. Use of the index and tracking resources and services, company representatives said, are free.

A soft launch of 300 planners rounded out the index in early May, but none scored in the 100th percentile in any of the four categories, said Asher Cheses, associate director of wealth management at Ceruli. “Every adviser has areas they need to improve on,” he said.

Three points of differentiation
Paul Brunswick, who heads Invesco Global Consulting, said most advisers know there’s room for improvement, but they aren’t necessarily able to identify areas of weakness in their practices. Also, they don’t always know what they can do to solve problems.

“The index bridges the gap between knowing and doing,” Brunswick said. “Bridging the gap creates success.”

There aren’t many diagnostic tools on the market, Brunswick said, adding that this product has three points of differentiation.

First, his calculations are based on Cerulli numbers. This company already has a significant amount of data on wealth management companies and the amount of information will increase as more and more people use the index.

Second, the index works for all types of planners, from independent practitioners to large brokers.

Finally, Brunswick said, the indexing tool connects planners to a set of solutions.

“Perhaps your practice would be better if you had a wealth management checklist,” he said. “We are related to one of them.”

Planners can access approximately 100 articles and other tools that help improve various aspects of a practice.

So far, planners using the index have seemed particularly interested in whether they offer a full wealth management experience to their clients.

“They like the checklist,” Brunswick said.

Planners’ interest was also strong in understanding and connecting with customers, stratifying customer groups, conducting effective customer reviews, optimizing employee performance and leadership, managing meetings effectively. , career development and succession planning.

“We didn’t have any areas that people find uninteresting,” Brunswick said, although some index users are less interested in technology. This is at least partly because the circumstances of the job can control the planner’s decisions about technology.

What kind of practice do you want?
A person who wants to play basketball well probably cares more about their free throw average than someone who is mostly interested in ice skating. Likewise, planners who use diagnostic tools to see how they stack up against their peers will have more productive experiences if they first develop a sense of what they want from their practices, said Cameo Roberson, Founder of Atlas Park Consulting in Union City, California.

“Products like this are good for telling you how well you’re doing,” Roberson said, “but I don’t know if they’re good for helping you figure out what you want to do in the first place.” A financial planning practice should be based on the owner’s values, goals and lifestyle. “Once that’s identified, you can figure out what you need to build to help you achieve those goals,” she said.

Many people, including those in the wealth management industry, tend to think that every firm wants to maximize assets under management and build as big a business as possible. For some, especially wirehouses, that’s still true, Roberson said, adding there’s nothing wrong with this model.

But she also sees a shift toward planners crafting practices that make sense to them and their values.

“I have a client who wants to work with single people approaching retirement. He builds a lifestyle practice. I also see clients developing assets under management and letting that income subsidize passion projects,” Roberson said.

When planners use a product that compares them to their peers, they should keep in mind that peers may share their height or other demographics, but may not share their vision.

“Don’t decide you’re not successful because you’re not like them,” Roberson said. “Your vision centers you, brings you back to what you think is important and how you want to build your practice.”

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