make life a little easier,give everyone a break and invest in the right kit to budget, forecast and report in 2018 everyone will thank you for it .
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Customers and users of Adaptive Insights as well as prospective customers will find this round table valuable. Get first hand insight into how the finance team at Adaptive Insights uses it's own software.
During the discussion the team will cover:-
What is the case for moving beyond Excel?
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?
Why compromise with hand-me-down forecasting solutions.
Many of our clients are experiencing fast growth. What they tell us,is this demands a forecasting solution which can keep up and able to: -
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.
Common forecasting issues
This Month we'll be running a webinar on 19th July for finance teams and leaders who are looking to get a more successful forecasting model working for their business. We'll identify common issues when building a forecast, and some learning tips on how to overcome them.
The practical impact of Brexit on financial forecasting
The result of the EU referendum in the UK has created uncertainty in the market and in business, and turmoil in politics. I am not a political pundit or an economist so don’t worry I’m not about to ‘join’ the debate. For an analysis on the impact of Brexit, there is a useful article from Deloitte .
There is a good deal of focus these days on finance leading the way and how financial planning and analysis is critical to business strategy. All true and valid, yet many of you are probably still grappling with finding a solution which can deliver the basics, such as a forecasting system with up-to-date, accurate and reliable information.
Three controls needed for accurate, agile control of your planning
On first observation, helicopters & Cash flow forecasting don’t appear to have a great deal in common. I am in the lucky position to have flown helicopters and I admit to a weakness for the speed, agility and control you get from a very simple set of controls. Ever since seeing those opening credits of Magnum (which I know ages me) showing T.C’s chopper swooping along the coast of Hawaii I wanted to fly one.