Enterprise Performance Management in volatile times
Is Finance in the lead?
EPM is evolving to a full automated process making use of AI and Machine Learning for creation of financial budgets and forecasts.
This changing process in finance goes hand in hand with the volatile economic times, however will we as finance professionals remain in the seat?
Join us on June 25th to learn and share our experiences during the Controllersday 2019. Subscribe today to make use of the early bird fee.
Date: Tuesday 25th of June
Agenda: 08:30 – 18:30
All details can also be found in the Program brochure
EPM in volatile times :
- Jeroen Kerstens, Wealth Manager @Econopolis
For the better & the worse: impact of EPM
- Rikard Olsson , Managing director @Beyond Budgeting Ltd, Sweden
- Michel Hofland, Group Financial Controller @Urgo Group France
Creating Value with EPM :
- Alex van der Kooij, Finance Director – Digital Analytics Europe Ecolab
Use cases – testimonial use cases facilitated by :
Is finance still in the lead?
- Tom Van Cauwenberge, Partner @Deloitte
- Michiel van den Nieuwenhuijzen, Director @Deloitte
Rikard Olsson, Managing director – Beyond Budgeting Institute, Sweden
Rikard Olsson is the Managing Director of the Beyond Budgeting Institute, which also includes the international Beyond Budgeting Round Table (BBRT) network and the Beyond Budgeting Advisory group. In addition, Rikard is a Partner at Ekan Management, a Swedish consulting company specializing in helping private and public organizations improve their management practices. Before joining the Beyond Budgeting Institute, Rikard worked 15 years in various finance and management positions in international companies.
Rikards’ career started at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Göteborg. Rikard has also studied International Politics and has a Diploma in Business Performance from The Stockholm School of Economics. Rikard have been holding lectures in Management at Universities in Sweden, as well as courses in Financial Management, The Modern Finance Function and Beyond Budgeting for several years. He is also been a speaker and chair on international conferences regarding the subjects above.
Michel Hofland, Group Financial Controller – Urgo Group France
20-year experience in finance, within large but also mid-sized multinational companies marketing multiple-branded products on a varied of specific segments, through different distribution BtoB or consumer channels:
Consultant specialized in mergers, acquisitions, and post-merger integrations, within the American consultancy Arthur D. Little for six years, on life science, telecoms, aerospace…Then joined the L’Oréal group for eight years, assuming business controlling and financial management responsibilities in Europe and Asia, at local entity, division and regional level (26b€ sales, 83,000 employees in 150 countries). Since 2012, Group Financial Controlling Director for the Urgo Group (medical devices and consumer healthcare, 695m€ sales, 3500 employees in 23 countries)
During his career, he witnessed and took advantage of the technological evolutions impacting both back-office administrative teams as well as business analytics and decision taking. In this respect, he conducted shared service center implementation or Marketing Mix Modelling projects with different levels of sophistication and resources involved.
Alex van der Kooij, Finance Director – Ecolab
Alex van der Kooij has a broad experience in finance and decision support in consumer goods and business-to-business industries. On the cross-road of business, finance and analytics, Alex has created new capabilities that enable informed decision-making by providing actionable and relevant insights. Having worked on both the receiving and providing end of management information, he understands business needs and technological possibilities.
Currently Alex leads the newly established Digital Analytics for Ecolab Europe, where customer centricity and technology are at the heart of delivering impactful solutions: Performance Management delivered through “Zero Operations”.
Location: Salons De Waerboom, Groot-Bijgaarden
|Tickets||Non BIMAC member||BIMAC member|
|Early Bird < 31.05.2019||€ 650||€ 325|
|Standard ticket > 31.05.2019||€ 750||€ 375|
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