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Changing the way organisations manage their future

This whitepaper by Michael Coveney, author of 'The Strategy Gap', defines common issues that businesses have in budgeting and formulation, and identifies what methodologies best practise organisations are using.

It further assesses BIDS™ as a new breed of application that is designed to fully support a ‘best practice’ approach to performance management.

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Changing the way organisations manage their future

The next generation of Government Budget Formulation

Budget formulation within Government has traditionally been a lengthy process that has not always fully benefited from or kept pace with advances in technology. With increased scrutiny of budgetary processes, and transparency being demanded by the public, plus requirements to be able to react quickly to economic change, governments are now placing greater emphasis on budget performance management.

To achieve these aims, governments should be looking for new approaches to Budget Management Systems – systems designed to be flexible enough to accommodate changing requirements, able to streamline the budget formulation and promulgation procedure, yet still maintain the appropriate levels of transaction integrity and security required.

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