Software for Next Corporate Performance Management Generation
The certificate course entitled “Controlling” at the Institut für berufliche Hochschulbildung (IBH), a higher education establishment in Cologne, Germany, now has Corporate Planning as its new industry partner. As part of this cooperation, the Hamburg software house is to check that the course content has a practical foundation and will be of relevance to the everyday professional lives of the emerging corporate performance management staff. Corporate Planning comes with twenty-eight years of experience in the implementation of corporate performance management projects at businesses of many different sizes and industry sectors.
Tobias Krippendorff, managing director of IBH, says of this new cooperation: “We’re delighted to have an industry partner in Corporate Planning that has many years of experience in operational and strategic management and supports its customers in the digitalisation of corporate performance management. For our graduates too, the digitalising of processes is a core competency that they’re going to need in the job market.”
Further Education for Corporate Planning Customers
The users of the Corporate Planning solutions stand to benefit just as much from the partnership. Simone Doerfner, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer at Corporate Planning, explains: “We have always been supporting our customers with expertise for them to use in their professional lives. In the Controller (Univ.) course, we can recommend an excellent education opportunity to our users in which they can develop their professional skills and apply their new corporate performance management knowledge straight away with our software on a daily basis.”
About the Controller (Univ.) Course
The Controller (Univ.) course is a further education course consisting of two certificate courses: Controlling and Management Accounting. It is aimed at skilled professionals wishing to continue their education as well as at career switchers who are eligible for university admission. Find here more information about the Controller (Univ.) course.