The importance of an information strategy

If data-driven businesses in the digital world are to be successful, they must have an effective information strategy in place to drive growth and provide value.

Unlock HR Data with Workforce Management Analytics

HR departments strive to monitor various KPIs relating to staff productivity, assess learning and training, improve employee relations.

Learn to Manage and Adapt to Today’s Rapidly Changing Workforce

Business Intelligence provides a holistic view of the organisation’s workforce in one place to improve the measuring, reporting and analysis of key metrics.

The Hidden Costs of Static Planning

In this post, we look at the drawbacks of static planning, and why an active approach is best for finance teams to navigate a changing business environment.

The Advantages of Active Planning for Your Business

Finance teams need to rely on accurate, agile planning and forecasting to keep up with the dynamic changes in today’s marketplace.

Decision Inc. acquires majority stake in UK-based Copperman Consulting

Decision Inc. has acquired a majority stake in Copperman Consulting, UK-based SAP EPM specialists. The move forms part of Decision Inc.’s global expansion strategy, using the strong foundation provided by

Adoption Strategy: Driving the effective use and adoption of information in your organisation

Data has permeated every facet of an organisation. Without it, no business can succeed in a real-time digital environment. Of course, data itself is just one piece of the puzzle. Perhaps more critically important is how to effectively adopt it inside the business.

Supply chain faces automation disruption

By Sean Young, Senior Client Partner at Decision Inc. Even though automation can enable warehouses to support the same-day and next-day delivery expectations of customers, companies first need to have

Overcoming financial planning challenges in retail

By Allan Saffy, Executive: Financial Planning & Analysis at Decision Inc. South African retailers face numerous macro-economic, socio-economic, political, and operational challenges. In a world where finance departments are driving

The time has come for digital transformation

By Hein Taljaard, Client Partner at Decision Inc. Using technology to drive business transformation is hardly a new thing. In fact, reducing paper and automating processes are goals many organisations

Trust: How To Earn It, How To Keep It And Why It’s Important

The 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer found that only 37% of those who responded felt that the CEO was credible and only 48% thought employees were trustworthy.

Decision Inc. invests into education with Mother of Peace

Decision Inc. has been working closely with Mother of Peace, a non-profit organisation that provides a home to more than 25 orphaned and abandoned children.

Decision Inc.’s CEO is named in the 30 Top Influential SA Business Leaders

“I don’t ever want a challenge to slow me down,” Bell says. “You can let a setback derail you, or you can use it as an opportunity to learn and carry the business forward..."

Transforming Financial Planning in Retail

When it comes to developing relevant operational plans, the finance teams of South African retailers must be able to adjust for the unique challenges of this environment whether it is the likes of mobile e-commerce or real-time data analysis. The growth of mobile requires an effective view of multi-channel financial reporting and planning ...

XBRL compliance

XBRL compliance enables better business insight. By Hannelise van Wyk, Enterprise Performance Management Engagement Manager at Decision Inc. Becoming compliant with the XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language) is not something that has happened overnight. The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has been working on implementing the standard for the past several years.

Embracing the Science of Data

By Reghard van Jaarsveld, Engagement Manager at Decision Inc. The importance of data in the digital society cannot be underestimated. Companies need to constantly review, analyse, and interrogate the data