Kimberly Clark

Services description

Business results

Metora provides Overhead Cost Planning for Kimberly Clark creating a single source of truth and input for 2,000 Cost Centre Owners for 11,000 Cost Centres across 70 Countries. We built and support a Financial Model (Forecasting and Budgeting) Model which manages a spend of $3 Billion USD. We also built and support a model to plan compensation cost for 45,000 employees and Intercompany Transfers.

Key takeaways

“Metora is incredibly talented, immensely adaptable, flexible and flawless in their execution, and have become a critical partner to both our monthly operational planning processes and our global planning portfolio.”
Michael Fox
Director MID Kimberly Clark
“Telekom Malaysia has had the pleasure of working with Metora for the past 3 years for business planning and financial  reporting. On the numerous projects that we have undertaken with  Metora,  they  have  shown good understanding of the business requirements, possessed the relevant subject matter experts, and engaged well with our team.”
Ahmad Fairus
General Manager, Finance Planning & Analysis
“Metora has taken the extra miles in terms of their ability of understanding our business model and process as well as the strong commitment from their management team.”
Sereen Teoh
Chief Financial Officer Air Asia BIG
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Air Asia

An FP&A model was designed to support the forecasting of Profit & Loss & Balance Sheets across multiple lines of business

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Customer Objective
Telekom Malaysia wanted to replace its old actuals and budget consolidation system as it had been affecting their key management reporting timeline goals. The leaders in the Group Business Reporting team wanted a solution that was scalable, agile and user-friendly.

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Financial Planning & Analysis is the intersection between finance and corporate management. It comprises all management measures for coordination within the finance division, and the intersection between finance and the service division. One of the most important objectives of FP&A is to safeguard liquidity, i.e. the company’s ability to meet its payment obligations at all times. Financial planning, budgeting and forecasting are the primary instruments used to ensure liquidity. FP&A also includes financial consolidation. It enables precise group reports, fast financial statements and comprehensive financial control. In addition to maintaining liquidity, maximizing profits or increasing shareholder value is another goal. Consequently, FP&A coordinates the company’s financial resources in such a way that investments in performance will lead to an increase in value.