Business Performance Management

Enterprises today are operating in rapidly changing business environments and facing various business challenges. From increasing sales to enhancing productivity, these challenges inadvertently affect a company’s overall performance and profit. Without clearly defined goals and metrics, it would be quite a difficult task to dissect the vast amount of data available in order to determine if a company’s performance targets were achieved. Business performance management is a set of performance management and analytic processes that enables the management of an organization's performance to achieve one or more pre-selected goals.

Bell.One™ applies advanced technologies for Business Performance Management that consist of consolidation of data, data accessibility, digital dashboards and “What-if” modeling for businesses and organizations.

Key Features

  • Consolidation of Data: The ability to combine data from various sources provides organizations with a broad overview of business performance across multiple departments. Decision makers no longer require the need to manage multiple spreadsheets and eliminate versioning issues as they can access accurate information in real time, at the enterprise-wide level.
  • Data Accessibility: Companies are sometimes required to make critical business decisions and need immediate access to data. Business process management tools help decision makers to get access to real-time data that improves their ability to respond quickly in an ever-changing environment.
  • Digital Dashboards: By consolidating data in one centralized area, decision makers can use a dashboard, which delivers real time information in various ways, such as charts, graphs, and spreadsheets.
  • "What-If" Modeling: Fact-based decision-making is at the core of every business. However, organizations must be able to react to environmental volatility that exists in the real world. Business process management provides "what-if" modeling that is built based on uncertainties that every organization must face. These data models can be used to mitigate risks and ultimately make stronger, more informed business decisions.


  • Value Based Strategy Alignment
  • Enterprise Value Management
  • End-to-End Operations Simplifications
  • Accelerated Initiative Execution