The research assessed the maturity by examining the people, process, information and technology competencies required to make the most effective and efficient use of analytics. The research reveals that organizations are aware of the value analytics can have in improving an organization's performance, but fall short in their deployment and use in many ways. The findings offer significant new insights into how analytics are used by finance organizations and the insights and metrics they provide. It found most organizations are immature in the Process category, one of the four categories in which we assess maturity, and most mature in the Technology category. Yet in each category most organizations are not realizing the fullest benefit from finance analytics; in none of them do as many as one in five reach the top Innovative maturity level.