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Plan Often and Accurately to Keep Up with Change
Cash flow is the most important aspect for protecting and growing the business, especially now. Pulling different levers to understand their impacts on cash should not be a manual, time consuming process. Ambiguous projections from an outdated, inaccurate view of your cash hinders your ability to provide clarity to the business.
Optimize cash, shore up your capital position, and extend your runway for business resilience. From a 13 week cash flow, to planning long term organic and inorganic growth, Planful provides driver-based cash flow forecasting and scenario analysis to fit your requirements.
Luiz Martinez Luna, Senior Analyst
“Being able to reforecast quickly and efficiently in the next 12 months is going to be hugely helpful for us as we pivot and redirect the ship with COVID-19″
Ensure Full Visibility into Cash Balances
Gain control and visibility over your cash to assess the impact of decisions. Provide clarity to key stakeholders on short term liquidity and long term positioning.
Course Correct In The Moment, At Any Level
Recognize trends and understand the levers to reallocate cash. Adjust investment opportunities through mitigating cash flow risk.
Improve Accuracy of Cash Inflows and Outflows
Move faster with precision when collaboration with cash managers, controllers, and business leaders happens on a single platform where data is centralized.
Adjust Key Drivers to Manage Your Cash Position
Use driver-based cash flow forecasting to address assumptions across the business. Build scenarios on how cash is paid and received down to the dollar.
Customize and Adjust to Current Market Dynamics
Choose from the Direct Method or Indirect Method and tweak assumptions at any granularity level. Plan for 13 weeks to long term cash flow models. Adjust forecasts instantly with breakback calculations applied across the business or to a specific unit.
Bring All Your Data and People Together
Automate your financial statement impact with integrated financial statements. Track submission status, assign responsibilities, stay ahead of deadlines, and collaborate with cash managers.