Research recently released from Oracle, and conducted by Dynamic Markets, reveals senior business and IT managers across Europe, U.S., the Middle East and South Africa’s large organizations struggle with a lack of visibility into profits that is impairing financial performance, morale and business success. The research, entitled “Performance Management: An Incomplete Picture,” also highlights the significant issues with the data-gathering processes that are central in creating a dangerous “four-month” data lag. The research, conducted by Dynamic Markets, surveyed 1,499 managers in large organizations in 13 countries across the world.
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