Colleges & universities are adopting cloud-based EPMs at an increasing rate to support remote budgeting, reporting, and scenario modeling. Learn more!
Hospitals and health systems at every stage of COVID-19 response are experiencing significant financial and operational disruptions from the pandemic. A recent American Hospital...
"Follow the recipe, but add your own touches" - what does this mean for how your organization measures profitability? Read more!
The breadth of investments at a University should include a contemporary definition of capital resources for improved, more evolved resource planning and allocation in your institution.
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Read for a high-quality process for allocating capital resources, and how it fits into a recommended planning and funding cycle.
Demographic shifts, flat support from government sources, increased competition, volatility in the financial markets, and other factors may be affecting your institutions.
Leaders must thoroughly take into account the various operational and strategic tradeoffs, long-term ramifications, and need for sustainability.
Post-allocation management ensures continued alignment of financial performance with strategic planning cash-flow requirements. How much capital to spend and the initiatives in which to...
This blog discusses the continued importance of the branch network for financial institutions.
In this guest blog, Daniel Groom, Senior Vice President of Finance, shares his team’s experiences, offering six best practices for a smooth and effective implementation of customer profitability analysis.
Key insights into Baxter Credit Union's approach to profitability reporting, and interesting ways to visualize and better understand performance.
Learn how finance leaders can harness the components of FTP to benefit their institutions and support better analysis.
Hear Ken Levey's thoughts on the state of profitability analysis and strategies for improvement.
Since the financial crisis, the banking industry as a whole has been reporting record profits for several quarters, at least in terms of dollar figures. Unfortunately more meaningful measures of bank profitability–such as average return on equity, average return on assets, and net interest margin–have remained depressed or stagnant.