Friday, May 22, 2020
Foresight During Uncertain Times
Finance professionals are facing increasing pressure to manage the financial implications of this disruption and position their company for continued success moving forward. But after spending weeks or months on your 2020 budget, forecast, and personnel plan, it’s frustrating and overwhelming to realize they’re no longer relevant. Now, you’re tasked with the challenge of quickly pivoting plans and outlining how your organization should move forward.
Join GraVoc and Prophix Software on May 22nd as we tackle corporate financial planning during COVID-19. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the challenges, concerns and questions surrounding financial planning in this uncertain time and demo how you can achieve your goals more successfully with Prophix’s innovative Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software.
Given these uncertain times, with CPM software, finance teams can quickly and effortlessly evaluate the crucial profitability measures at the individual product level, product line or even by project. Most importantly, CPM software can also help the Finance team evaluate ways to improve profitability and analyze the impacts that potential adjustments may have.
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During this webinar, we’ll show how easy it can be to:
Automate budgeting processes to increase accuracy and collaboration
Reduce time building reports with a simple, non-technical report writer
Self-serve with interactive dashboards to keep your finger on the pulse in real-time
Develop what-if scenarios and forecasts to make strategic decisions based on market conditions
Register for our free webinar by clicking the button below!
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