Watch our webinars & product demos to learn more about Corporate performance management

We are happy to share our knowledge and experience with those interested in Corporate Performance Management, and that’s why we decided to conduct a series of webinars in which we are trying to teach business executives how to streamline their processes through technology. 

Webinar of the Month

Making Complex Financial Models More Effcient

Making Complex Financial Models More Efficient

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn how to increase your modeling efficiency, speed and power.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to increase the speed and power of your financial models by using a systematic approach to address three foundational strategic considerations:

– Optimizing how the model is built

– Streamlining and automating data ingestion and reporting

– Improving collaboration with other stakeholders

Past webinars

Planning Automation

Corporate Planning Automation

Demo video-Budgeting for 2021

Demo video-Budgeting for 2021

Your A to Z Guide to Budgeting Season

Your "A to Z" Guide to Budgeting Season

bEYOND EXCEL - Moving Away from Spreadsheets for Financial Planning

Demo video - modelling and planning with collaborative cloud software

Demo video - Agile Budget and forecasting

TEMPLATES AND TIPS TO HELP YOU BUDGET AND FORECAST YOUR BUSINESS

THE MODERN CFO MEETS THE BUSINESS PLANNING CLOUD​

Reforecasting and Scenario Planning in Times of Uncertainty

Dashboards and Self-Service Reporting

forecasting

4 steps to improve forecasting

Demo Video - 5 Steps to getting your business on board with rolling forecasts

Rolling forecast

5 Steps to getting your business on board with rolling forecasts

Active planning for Life Sciences Industry with Adaptive Insights

Active planning for Nonprofit Organizations - Product Demo

Active Planning for Professional and Business Services

Active Planning for Healthcare Providers

Active planning for SaaS Companies

product Demos

Accounts receivable Demo

Accounts receivable (AR) is the balance of money due to a firm for goods or services delivered or used but not yet paid for by customers.

The longer receivables are outstanding, the higher the risk will never be collected.

Watch our Demo and learn more about this Solution.

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