what is an Integrated forecast plan?

Posted by Stephen Hambling on 10/12/18 10:15

balance sheet, P&L, Cash flow forecasts

A set of accounts has three inter dependant controls change one and it impacts another, take an entry on the profit & loss, this will change the balance sheet and with a small delay, the cash flow will move too. You can’t move one without impacting at least one of the others. So it makes sense to me, that when you forecast you can see the impact on all three when change happens. 

 

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Tags: Adaptive Planning, Cash Flow, Editorial, Forecasting, Profit & Loss

can you see cash flow in your financial forecasts?

Posted by Stephen Hambling on 07/08/18 07:07

It has long been said that cash is king and lack of it which  brings a company down. So to forecast using just P&L figures restricts the ability to see the impact of one of the key threats to an organisations ability to hit their targets. We take a look at why so many models fail to pull cash into the plan and what you can do to fix this with a few simple steps.  

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Tags: Adaptive Planning, Cash Flow, Forecasting, Profit & Loss, solution packs

Integrate your planning model

Posted by Stephen Hambling on 02/03/16 12:22

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.

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Tags: Adaptive Planning, Cash Flow, Editorial, Forecasting, Profit & Loss

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