Tennis Australia promotes participation and performance in the sport. It also facilitates player development, stages local and international events and invests in tennis facilities around Australia. It organises the Australian Open event and partners with the seven state and territory associations across the country.
They were using a legacy, on-premise system for reporting and limited planning. However, based on business requirements, they wanted to replace it with Workday Adaptive Planning, which would support their budgeting, forecasting, workforce planning and reporting process.
Learn how Tennis Australia worked with QMetrix to achieve these goals:
- All finance and Human Capital Management data sources integrated, with one system looking after all budgeting, forecasting, workforce planning and reporting
- The same, dynamic information is available to things can be worked on in real-time, hence improving efficiencies and collaboration
- Ability to conduct multi-dimensional planning, scenario planning and have better version control
- High user adoption for an intuitive and user-friendly platform – for both finance business partners and other business users
Nirash Amarasinghe, Systems Accountant at Tennis Australia, says, “Our financial – actuals and plans – are integrated and consolidated. This means no more loose Excel sheets and we have an overview of everything that is being worked on. We do budgeting, forecasting, workforce planning and reporting on one system.”