You can make your staff more productive, and more valuable to your firm, by empowering them with the front end tools they choose–along with achieving overall BI objectives
For strategies to be effective, CFOs must be proactive, not reactive–they need a robust BI solution that accesses future-oriented business intelligence from planning models that are dynamic, responsive to user input, and foster collaboration.
I am a Financial Analyst–I have more pressing things to do than data entry, data extraction, data sorting, or data filtering. Freed-up means being able to focus on value-added analysis and collaboration.
CEOs are taking Planning tools seriously, as a key element of their Business Intelligence strategy—one that will contribute significantly to their success in uncertain times ahead.
What separates a good financial model from a great financial model comes down to a number of core characteristics including scalability, flexibility, accuracy, and a flow that’s easy to follow by its intended audience.
Have you ever come across an organization that uses spreadsheets on an enterprise scale, and yet the staff seems perfectly in control of the situation? It’s still quite rare, but what you will probably find is that they are not using “just Excel.”