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Automate variable-based pay programs for enterprise and midsize organizations

IBM Incentive Compensation Management enables organizations to automate the process of administering, calculating, reporting and analyzing variable-based pay programs. It enhances incentive compensation management by increasing accuracy, reducing costs and improving visibility into sales performance and compensation plans. IBM Incentive Compensation Management is offered on-premise or as a cloud solution to help you get up and running more quickly, and reduce the burden on IT teams.

IBM Incentive Compensation Management provides:

IBM Incentive Compensation Management

An intuitive, easy-to-use interface with wizards and drag-and-drop features to increase your organization's agility and sales force alignment.

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Sales and compensation dashboards

Highlight individual performance measures, key performance indicators (KPIs), graphs and charts on dashboards and reports for each sales person.

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Team performance details

Build a flexible data model that can accommodate data from transactions, products, customers and more from virtually any source system.

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An intuitive, easy-to-use interface

Workflow management and audit tracking

Reports, dashboards, analytics and modeling

Automated processes, scheduling and task management

High performance and scalability

Collaboration, mobility and unified analytics

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