StrategoÂ®, Bitamâ€™s fully integrated strategic planning suite, provides organizations the ability to measure their enterprise performance against corporate goals and objectives. Using scorecards and strategy maps, StrategoÂ® provides a common framework to define strategies, communicate accountability and responsibility, monitor performance against objectives and initiatives, and analyze results to determine cause and effect relationships.
With Bitam StrategoÂ®, you can:
View the status of goals and objectives through a variety of visualizations such as stoplights and trend arrows. Sort goals and initiatives by status, type, owner and trends. Create custom views of stakeholder responsibility. Evaluate progress of initiatives using Gantt chart representations. Examine cause and effect relationships to highlight interdependencies. Perform trend analysis of key goals and metrics with user-defined charting capabilities. Drill into underlying detail and analysis. Receive alerts to issues that require immediate attention and action.
Bitamâ€™s StrategoÂ® solution gives you the power to know, in less than 60 seconds, the overall performance of your organization versus your goals, how you are trending, and who is accountable for what aspect of the enterprises performance.
Scorecards StrategoÂ® provides advanced scorecard capabilities that support the evaluation of established goals by comparing them to the objectives performance. This allows users to quickly identify deviations of the strategy and to make corrective actions. Users can perform advanced analysis by drilling into the underlying detail through complete integration with the Bitam Artus business intelligence suite. In addition, users can receive alerts through the notification engine that works upon the pre-setting of rules and conditions.
Strategy maps Strategy maps enable users to visualize how processes and metrics support the corporate strategy. A user can communicate strategic goals clearly and consistently across an organization by illustrating cause and effect relationship between departments, processes and initiatives.