Is your existing planning process creaking at the seams, struggling to keep up with new pressures to forecast more frequently, more accurately, and with input from across the whole organisation?
Do you spend too much time reconciling and manipulating data and files from multiple data silos? Does this prevent you from creating detailed analysis and forecasting across demand plans, capex plans, and labor plans?
How easily can you respond to sudden events and test different scenarios when a situation requires decisive—yet well informed—action?
If you can relate to any of these points, it’s probably time to revisit your financial planning software and consider alternatives. But how do you know what to look for?
In this guide, Eight Key Factors to Consider When Evaluating Continuous and Extended Financial Planning Software, we outline specific operational and strategic considerations to work through when evaluating which software is right for you.