John Beringer

Articles by John:

Connected Planning for Higher Education – How Salesforce and Anaplan Can Drive Better Decision Making for Your Institution

18 Jul 2019

Universities invest in constituent relationship management technology to support student recruiting and engagement for a variety of reasons. A few examples include the simplification of the recruiting process, a one stop shop for all recruiting information, faster recruiting cycles, better engagement of potential students, among many others. The core objective of a CRM implementation for…
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Spaulding Ridge Introduces the World’s First Agreement Cloud Practice

05 Jun 2019

With agreements at the heart of almost every company’s business, it’s no wonder that there is a push to transform the way they are handled. Given that truth, DocuSign—known for offering the world’s #1 e-signature solution—announced a broader strategy and solution set under the banner of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud. And at Spaulding Ridge, we’re…
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Modern Planning and the Shifting Landscape of Higher Education

30 Aug 2018

Authors: John Beringer and Sam Kubek The landscape of higher education, once reliably stable, is seeing increased volatility. Changes in funding, budget and scrutiny into how money is spent put increased emphasis on transparency and planning across the organization. Universities are measuring performance at an increasingly granular level- not just by school or even an…
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How do you Bridge the Planning Gap? Connecting Sales & Finance

11 Jun 2018

Author: John Beringer Companies of all sizes are expected to not only grow their topline, but use that revenue growth to enhance their cash position to finance new market or channel development, reinvest capital towards major investments, or increase profitability. An integrated planning process is critical to achieving growth targets, but the connection between sales…
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The Core Tenets of Building a Data-Driven Organization

03 May 2018

These days, it seems like everyone is trying to build a more data driven organization.  Unfortunately, Gartner research suggests that over 50% of data projects are unsuccessful.  What can you do to learn from others, and make sure your efforts push your organization in the right direction?