[Interview] Karl Mouantri, Managing Director of CCH Tagetik Asia-Pacific
LightARC recently had the chance to have a chat with Karl Mouantri, Managing Director at CCH Tagetik (Asia Pacific), who shared his insights into Corporate Performance Management (CPM) and why Tagetik ‘Get’s’ finance.
00:09 Introduction to Karl Mouantri
00:41 Where does Tagetik fit in the Corporate Performance Management market space?
01:30 What are your customers using Tagetik for?
02:14 How many customers does Tagetik have globally?
03:01 Are there any industries that Tagetik specifically covers or is it a multi-industry platform?
03:45 [Industry specific templates] Would that typically happen in a SAS environment?
Or would those templates be available in an on-premise/in-house environment as well?
04:23 When you implement a solution, does the use typically stay within the Office of Finance or does it go
beyond that to other departments as well?
05:35 What does Disclosure Management/Narrative Reporting mean for Tagetik?
07:20 [Narrative reporting capabilities] Would that process typically involve a single person updating that
detail or would it be a more collaborative approach?
09:15 How many users across an organisation might be involved in the installation/applications that are
developed from it? How many users would you typically have in an organisation?
10:20 What other types of business use applications are your customers commonly using the Tagetik
13:00 What are the stand out features of Tagetik?
14:15 From a development point of view, what does Tagetik see as the next wave of activity/collaboration
that will be undertaken in the industry?
16:00 When do your customers start to realize the true value (beyond their original reason for purchasing the
product) of a solution like Tagetik?
17:30 In your experience, after an implementation is complete, in which areas do you find the majority of
support/additional assistance is still required?
19:15 With the recent acquisition of Tagetik by Wolters Kluwer, what additional value/capability does this
21:25 LightARC’s contribution/role as a trusted partner