We’re accessing Workday Adaptive Planning from more than 50 locations across North America so our managers can plan and model even more effectively from wherever they are.
Rodney Engel, Director, Performance Control, Engie, North America
Plan and budget across different departments, generation plants, and geographic locations. Model revenue streams and trading strategies. Monitor critical cost metrics across remote power generation plants, track costs associated with capital projects, plan fixed assets and equipment depreciation, and even manage scheduled downtime.
Put intuitive, always accessible planning and analytics software into the hands of remote plant managers. Workday Adaptive Planning offers cloud-based reporting capabilities and dashboards that make it easy for managers across different locations to monitor operational KPIs and take appropriate action in a timely manner.
Deploy capital spend and labor efficiently in the face of ever-increasing energy demand. Align capital projects based on projected demand and seasonality, and forecast labor costs. Get quick visibility into profitability so you can better manage margins. Workday Adaptive Planning gives you the flexibility to plan and model effectively across different parts of the business, such as generation, distribution, grid operations, and trading.
Our dashboards deliver instant visibility—from corporate headquarters to plants—into KPIs such as capital expenditures, utilization, capacity, energy costs, outages, personnel costs, and more. Slice and dice dimensions and metrics like energy type, capital category, safety, output, efficiency, and much more. No more spreadsheets, no more guesswork.
Detailed planning and forecasting is a central management tool for our business. It is the primary mechanism for controlling cost, which is critical for managing cash flow in a volatile business environment. This more disciplined financial management tool produces more reliable budgets, more timely re-forecasts, optimal allocation of resources and improved decision-making overall.
The Doe Run Company