What we’ll be covering:
The role of the FP&A team is meant to be strategic, forward-looking, and influential. However, the team is often relegated to manually generating and iterating on reports for individual business units, which takes up too much of their time.
In this eGuide, we will examine the 4 key best practices that FP&A can apply to improve the quality of the data they work with, as well as more effectively serve the needs of individual business units.
We’ll discover how FP&A can free up valuable time and resource to focus on higher-impact work, such as managing company performance, reacting more quickly to changing conditions, and making better strategic decisions.
It manages the financial status of the company, gathers insight and analysis on how the company is performing, forecasts its financial future, and helps to empower and enable both short-term strategic decisions and long-term success.
However, studies have shown that finance organisations typically spend almost half of their time just creating and updating reports, rather than providing the kind of strategic insights they can and should to the organisation.
So how can finance teams meet the existing demands from all of their business stakeholders, and still find more time to focus on analysis and insight?
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