What happens when a global manufacturer plans to sell almost twice as much as it manufactures? How can your organization ensure that your plans don't contain such gaps? Connected Planning is a critical process to ensure that your organization stays aligned at all times.
What stops businesses from planning for the unknown? The sheer volume of inter-connected changes that can occur often paralyzes planning efforts. Developing a Connected Planning Platform can help an organization effectively test assumptions under different scenarios, to efficiently consider a wider range of potential outcomes and actions.
How can you be sure that your labor force is at optimal capacity? Our new eBook, Labor Planning: Agile Approaches for a Dynamic Environment, is intended to be a practical guide for organizations looking to understand how to effectively plan for labor levels in order to impact the bottom line while enhancing customer satisfaction.
Our new website is live! We're excited to share the evolution of our strategy with our visitors, and to engage a conversation about planning practices. Tell us what you think....
Continuously evolving business strategies require continuous planning, reflecting the changing goals of the enterprise.
As the need grows for increasingly rapid business decision-making, many companies have found that the traditional fiscal year forecast has lost its competitive edge.
Our recent blog on the future of Excel generated — not unexpectedly — a fair bit of response.
For most FP&A millennials, it's hard to imagine a world without Excel. But even in acknowledging its impact, the question remains: is Excel sufficient to keep pace with the changing needs of the FP&A world?
We're peering into our crystal ball to get a glimpse of how financial forecasting is primed to change to become a more effective tool for financial planning and budgeting.