Rolling Forecasts


Plan Often and Accurately to Keep Up with Change

Annual plans start to go stale on day one, unable to account for ongoing market volatility and shifting trends. Static information puts your business at risk when you make decisions without adjusting for today’s new insights or reframing the periods ahead.

Relying on static, outdated assumptions?
Struggling to manage your data?
Siloed budgeting processes?

Planful uses rolling forecasts to help your business adapt to sudden changes while staying aligned with your strategic goals. Continually rolling planning periods keep your forecasts current and your business agile because you can adjust key drivers. Give your team insight into the impact of decisions over the next 12 months, not time-boxed into the current fiscal year.

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How Planful Helps You

  • Gain Agility With Accurate, Versatile ForecastingReduce time spent updating forecasts. Automatically assess the impact of actuals on forecasted trends and use key drivers to update forecasts and adjust for changes and market shifts.
  • Improve Risk Analysis as You Adapt to ChangeIdentify opportunities and risks quickly as the business landscape changes. Adjust assumptions, alter budget allocations, and pivot spending as you promptly respond to shifts with more informed decisions.
  • Create Alignment Across Key Drivers and TeamsFocus your efforts on the most critical drivers to make a more significant impact on the business. Collaborate across departments, and align rolling forecasts in less time, with less effort, and with more attention to outcomes.

Plan To Win

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Scenario Analysis

Explore every option, ready to pivot at a moment’s notice

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Financial Consolidation

Automate your close, reduce risk, and report faster

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Financial Reporting

Deliver self-service reporting in real-time

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