Simpson Associates win award for TM1 solution at Nottingham Trent University

Simpson Associates win "Best use of Technology" category, at the Nottingham Trent University Procurement Supplier Awards.

Having been nominated by Sue Reader, Corporate Finance & Planning Manager at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) for our work done in helping NTU build an integrated solution in Cognos TM1 we are delighted to announce we have won the “Best use of Technology” category, at the Nottingham Trent University Procurement Supplier Awards.

The Nottingham Trent University Procurement Supplier Awards 2015 is an in house award ceremony and recognises the best work done by suppliers across the institutions diverse supply chain.

Sue Reader had this to say on Cognos TM1 implementation;

"It is vital that the planning process is connected from student intake through to resource planning and financial forecasting. We have been working in this more connected way at Nottingham Trent for some time now.

Our recent investments in IBM Cognos TM1 have provided us with an integrated 5 year planning process which allows us to combine devolved and detailed bottom up budgeting and planning, with University level performance analysis. Decision making is supported by the ability to model the impact of different scenarios"

Sue Reader, Corporate Finance & Planning Manager, Nottingham Trent University

Simpson Associates are a software and services consultancy specialising in delivering budgeting, reporting, forecasting and business planning solutions built on IBM Planning Analytics (formally known as IBM Cognos TM1), and the IBM Cognos suite. With clients including The University of Oxford, Symington’s, Holman Fenwick Willan and Nottingham Trent University we have the experience and expertise to help you discover, implement and adopt the technology.

Find out more about of Cognos Planning Consultancy Services here or contact us to book a demonstration.

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