The role of FP&A is evolving with advancements in people, process, and planning technology.
Today’s competitive business environment demands more from the FP&A function. Innovation, agility, and growth are competitive necessities, and now more than ever businesses are turning to finance to identify and drive the initiatives that support these strategic goals.
The evolution is characterized by three phases –
- 1.0 Reactive
- 2.0 Proactive
- 3.0 Optimized
In this guide, in partnership with Planful, we will explore how the deployment of this structure, and by extension the value that FP&A can provide to the business, is an evolution, and why organizations find themselves at different stages of development.
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