4 REASONS not to delay your projects of improvement

Posted by Charlotte Taylor on 19/03/18 17:19

Time on your hands? It is a fact that few of us have time on our hands these days.  In the finance function this is truer than most. 

As the dust settles on the hiatus of the year end and January month end thoughts turn to projects, and getting things underway before the summer holidays kick in. 

However your road map, can be mown down by the Juggernaut of business demands which hit your best laid plans, by tieing up your team, time and energy. So here are a few arguments for putting finance improvement first which the business will want to listen to. 

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Tags: Data Integration, finance change, finance transformation, financial forecasting, Reporting

Planning for the unexpected

Posted by Charlotte Taylor on 23/03/17 14:07
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Tags: finance change

Is 2017 the year to move Beyond Excel

Posted by Charlotte Taylor on 10/01/17 10:22

 

 

Does Excel deliver as a forecasting tool compared to solutions designed for the job.

2017 promises to be an interesting one. Political change, un-certain risks posed by currency volatility and increased compliance burdens, along with the impact of talent attraction and retention to name a few of the high profile areas which could impact.   Managing any uncertainty requires the ability to build flexible plans. There is a need for Finance leaders to be pro-active, and ready to act to manage the impact of change successfully.

So given that change is going to happen, is it enough to rely on Excel as the primary tool for planning and budgeting in 2017?

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Tags: Excel, finance change, Forecasting, FP&A, transforming finance

Take the leap

Posted by Charlotte Taylor on 16/12/16 13:03

A guide to getting the planning solution you deserve

You may know that your forecasting solution is falling short but is the process of getting new software delivered and working successfully enough to make you stop short of making the change?

Clients share concerns of delay, committing valuable resources, costs, and poor user adoption along with the risk of not getting the payback on the investment.

So we thought it would be useful to put together a brief guide to making your implementation project run smoothly drawing on our own lessons and those of our own customers to provide some really valuable insights. 

 

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Tags: finance change, finance solutions, Forecasting, P&L, transforming finance, project implementtion

Transforming finance

Posted by Charlotte Taylor on 10/10/16 15:46

 

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Tags: Integration, Editorial, finance change, financial solutions, new appointmment, New CFO, New FD, transforming finance, Uncategorized

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