How Companies Leverage BizX Software to Drive Excess Shareholder Returnby SuccessFactors
Published on: 04/27/2012
Do companies that invest in business execution software and use it more extensively achieve higher shareholder returns than those that do not? Or do businesses that set goals on every level within the organization yield higher returns?
Those answers and more are provided in this in-depth paper highlighting the results of a study on what business execution practices are actually driving shareholder value. Read this now and learn why companies that aligned their goals, rated users on the achievement of these goals and leveraged business execution software to increase their execution achieved elevated raw and industry-adjusted stock returns.
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