A complete platform for budgeting, planning, and forecasting with robust reporting and analysis capabilities.
Prepare for anything so that downstream decisions deliver the outcomes your business expects.
Speed your time to close while maintaining control over disclosure of sensitive financial information and meeting audit requirements.
Enable end-users to produce a wide range of interactive financial and management reports, providing valuable insights leveraging one source of truth.
Seamlessly build management and financial reports and presentations directly within Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Create dashboards using a simple, intuitive, drag-and-drop interface. There is no need for any coding or training.
In the essence of a “Dear Abbey” advice column, we at Planful are trying to tackle your biggest financial process questions. This series of blog posts called, Dear Mr. EPM will look to answer questions on some of your challenges. Have a question for us – email us at email@example.com.
Technology has, in just the past few years, dramatically altered the way we do nearly everything, from sharing selfies to collaborating with coworkers. How it has affected the finance profession is no different.
Demand marketing is an ever-evolving, squishy, and fluctuating forecasting nightmare most of the time, but with the right strategic partnership with Finance to build a flow-based model you can have a smart discussion around you budgetary needs. So you can ultimately celebrate with donuts and trophies.
As the chief marketing officer for a company that makes enterprise financial software, it’s a bit risky for me to admit this but: I think budgeting is pretty painful. It’s a process that consumes far more of my time than I want (or have) to spare. Yet, budgets are essential if I want to get optimal value from my department’s resources. So, like many marketing professionals, I’ve worked hard to master the art of budgeting, planning, and forecasting.
As the final days of summer tick away, many organizations are beginning to think about their planning and budgeting for the 2018 fiscal year. What's your approach?
It’s that time of year. Come September, many organizations will begin the budgeting and planning process for 2018. What’s your approach going to be?
For many organizations, the budgeting and planning process is the initial driver for adopting packaged enterprise performance management (EPM) applications.
Over the past few years, the zero-based budgeting (ZBB) approach has gained renewed interest and is being adopted by a growing number of organizations.
Budgeting, planning, and forecasting are critical steps in the enterprise performance management (EPM) process.
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