Driving Results

Your data should tell you a story. A story about where your organization has been, where it is today, and where it is going tomorrow. For most organizations the challenge is in identifying the right data components and putting them together in a way that’s easy to understand and easy for users of all types and skill sets to understand. Our team at Revelwood is extremely proud of how we’ve helped hundreds of organizations get the right stories from their FP&A data. Read these select case studies to understand what our solutions can do for you.

Berks Homes in a League of Their Own with Enterprise Planning Using Workday Adaptive Planning

Berks Homes has been building homes since 1973, offering homes that combine practicality with inspiration. Berks Homes prides itself on building homes that “just feel right.” Today the company builds quality-made homes across Eastern Pennsylvania, in Berks County, Chester County, Lancaster County, Lebanon County and more.

Unified Planning and Reporting with IBM Planning Analytics

This unique asset management firm consists of boutique investment managers and offers its clients high-quality investment strategies. The company has a multi-manager, multi-strategy approach to meeting the needs of different types of clients and to generate compelling performance.

Rayonier Makes Better Use of Resources with IBM Planning Analytics

Rayonier, a real estate investment trust (REIT), is one of the largest private landowners in the U.S. The company owns, leases or manages approximately 2.7 million acres of timberlands in the U.S. South, U.S. Pacific Northwest.

Leveraging Complex Modeling in IBM Planning Analytics at New York Blood Center

Transforming financial planning and reporting for one of the largest independent, community-based blood centers in the country enables Finance to be seen as a value-added partner to the organization.

Regency Energizes Budgeting and Reporting with IBM Cognos TM1 and Revelwood

A financial performance management solution with minimal IT resources for a publicly traded energy company significantly reduces man-hours spent on the budgeting process.

Modernizing FP&A Systems for Speed of Business Forecasting

This financial services firm’s FP&A “secret sauce” is so secret, they didn’t want to share their company name with the competition. But they did want to share their success working with IBM Planning Analytics and Revelwood.