Host Analytics MyPlan Makes Budgeting and Forecasting Easier for Business Users: SVP of Marketing Perspective
As the senior vice president of marketing for a company that makes enterprise financial software, it’s a bit risky for me to admit this but: I think budgeting is pretty painful. It’s a process that consumes far more of my time than I want (or have) to spare. Yet, budgets are essential if I want…
5 Reasons Why You Hate Budgeting
Budgeting, budgeting, budgeting...the concept of budgeting for business has been around for over a century.
Will You Be Trick-or-Treating or Copying-and-Pasting This Halloween?
It’s mid October. At most companies, planning season is in full swing.
How to Transform Budgeting for 2018 With Continuous Planning – Webinar Recap
As the final days of summer tick away, many organizations are beginning to think about their planning and budgeting for the 2018 fiscal year. What's your approach?
Continuous Planning – Transform Your Approach to Budgeting for 2018
It’s that time of year. Come September, many organizations will begin the budgeting and planning process for 2018. What’s your approach going to be?
6 Ways Consolidation Functionality Can Transform Planning
For many organizations, the budgeting and planning process is the initial driver for adopting packaged enterprise performance management (EPM) applications.
What Is Budgeting vs. Planning?
Budgeting is the process of setting revenue and expense targets for a specified period of time, with the budget that results from the process being used to plan and control the allocation of resources.
Is Zero-Based Budgeting Back in Vogue?
Over the past few years, the zero-based budgeting (ZBB) approach has gained renewed interest and is being adopted by a growing number of organizations.
Budgeting, Planning, and Forecasting in 2017 & Beyond
Budgeting, planning, and forecasting are critical steps in the enterprise performance management (EPM) process.
5 Best Practices for a Less Painful Budgeting Process
Here we are in mid-March, and by now, most of you should have completed your 2017 budgeting process. But while the memory is fresh, this is a good time to evaluate how well your process went.