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Our Mission

To raise the financial IQ of organizations

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Meet the Nemo founder, Yemi Orogbemi. He and his team of experts have years of experience and has the highest skills in artificial intelligence and finance.

Yemi Orogbemi

Founder & CEO

Seventeen years of finance experience: senior accountant, financial planner, financial analyst, finance manager, sales controller, Python expert, and data scientist.

 

I've worked alongside finance teams and witnessed many failed IT reporting projects, which inspired me, seventeen years ago, to begin automating finance reports, including building four in-house applications for Macy's and Coach. I then joined an IT reporting project to understand their challenges, and it was clear that most data engineers lack the financial knowledge vital to creating useful reports. It's like asking an English-only speaker to write in Spanish. Furthermore, expensive self-service solutions are rarely utilized because information consumers want to be served like any other consumer.

I created Nemo to solve these problems. I speak visualization, finance, and IT, which are necessary to develop a low-cost solution to deliver real-time financial data. A solution I'm committed to ensuring exceeds all expectations and delivers accurate information to support corporate money managers.

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Why automation?​

Like a 2-year-old in a toy store, money, the lifeblood of organizations, tends to scatter around when you take your attention off it. Money is not static; it is an energy that requires constant motion and strong control.

 

With its many repetitive and standardized tasks, financial analysis is ideally suited for automation. The platform interacts with systems and applications involved in the process, mimics manual financial analysis 24/7, and sends alerts when potential cost overruns or risks are detected.​

Like an EKG machine, Nemo monitors the organization's financial performance so CEOs can focus on other priorities.

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Case studies

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Macy's, Inc. is one of the nation's premier omnichannel retailers

Problem:

Macy’s marketing only reviewed the budget once a month (reactive) which caused cost overruns and frequent restatements.

Solution:

Created algorithms to update the budget results daily, which made the team proactive and reported accurate numbers to HQ

Benefits:

Improved cost control

Minimized surprises

Improved accuracy

Fast management reports

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Coach is a luxury American fashion house specializing in leather handbags, luggage, and accessories, as well as ready-to-wear.

Problem:

The procurement department couldn’t report on historical projects financial information saved in different formats across 400 excel workbooks.

Solution:

Created algorithms to scan, clean, autocorrect, align, and create a database from 400 excel workbooks. We then used automation to help managers get information based on simple filters.

Benefits:

Improved cost control

Helped with planning and strategy

Information used for vendor price negotiation

Fast management reports

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Pace is a leading contemporary art gallery representing the most significant artists and estates of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Problem:

The gallery accountants didn't understand the company data and managers were making decisions in the dark.

Solution:

Created algorithms to understand the general ledger and chart of accounts to make reporting available to managers.

Benefits:

Improved cost control

Monthly P&L and Balance Sheet

Delivered daily reports to sales teams

Improved receivables

Fast management reports

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