Why Semi-Annual Financial Reporting isn’t Going to Work
Host Analytics’ CFO, Ian Charles gives us his perspective on quarterly vs semi-annual financial reporting. What are the different sides of the debate, how a CFO can reduce the reporting burden, and why quarterly reporting is still the way to go.
Forecasting Life Sciences Gross to Net Revenues
As part of Wise Up Wednesday, a new Host Analytics webinar series for quick tips and tricks from industry experts, Blue Line Planning walks us through the Life Science Gross to Net Revenue Solution, allowing life science companies to better accurately forecast sales and net revenues.
Analysts, Customers Love Host Analytics to the Moon and Back!
It’s been a big summer at Host Analytics! The past few months we’ve been on a roll – each week has been filled with lots of exciting accolades and top recognitions from industry analysts, independent research firms, and our very own customers -- Our cloud-based enterprise performance management (EPM) leadership have been recognized as a…
Business on a Page – In Depth Visibility in One Source
As part of Wise Up Wednesday, a new Host Analytics webinar series for quick tips and tricks from industry experts, Keen Vision walks us through the Business on a Page Solution. Bringing together the information important to both Finance and Operations.
Twice the Magic: Host Analytics Momentum Surges
This week Host Analytics was named a Leader in two Gartner reports: the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Financial Close Solutions and the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Financial Planning and Analysis Solutions. Host Analytics was named a Leader in both reports for the second consecutive year.
Dorel Sports Shifts into High Gear with Host Analytics
Finance teams find themselves buried in Excel tabs with myriad formulas and various versions. For many organizations, planning, budgeting and forecasting involve countless numbers of spreadsheets. It may work for a small company, but for a large international organization like Dorel Sports, spreadsheets won’t suffice.