Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Amortization, and Depreciation (“EBITDA”):
EBITDA is a financial metric used to evaluate a company’s net profitability and operating performance. This metric looks at a company’s earnings before non-cash expenses like interest, taxes, deprecation, and amortization
Enterprise Performance Management (“EPM”) system:
An enterprise performance management system (EPM) is a software a business or organization deploys to plan, manage, and analyze the business or organization’s performance. An EPM often contains budgeting, forecasting, financial consolidation, and reporting functionalities. Some examples of EPM systems include Anaplan, OneStream, and Oracle ERP.
Enterprise Resource Planning (“ERP”) system:
An Enterprise resource planning system, or ERP, is a software solution that a business or organization deploys to manage various business processes and resources. Functionality of an ERP include automated finance, human resources, supply chain, customer relations, and more. Some examples of ERP systems include NetSuite, SAP Business One, and Acumatica.
Exploratory Data Analysis (“EDA”):
Exploratory data analysis, or EDA, is a method of analyzing data. Often involving statistical and visual techniques, EDA is used to identify underlying patterns, relationships, and outliers. Using EDA canhelp form hypotheses, validate assumptions, and make informed decisions.