4 Steps to Successfully Implementing Rolling Forecasts | Host Analytics
Does this scenario sound familiar?  It’s the final month of Q2, and the Finance department will soon be looking at mid-year financial results and comparing them to the original budget.
What is a Rolling Forecast?
Rolling forecasts are becoming a popular add-on or an alternative to the traditional approach of annual budgeting in organizations.
Rolling Forecasts – Transform Planning and Increase Business Agility
While the annual budgeting process is an important step in setting goals and defining resource allocations for the coming year, the pace of change in today's business world typically makes the annual budget obsolete after a few months.
Building a Better Budget with the Help of Rolling Forecasts
Budgeting is a concept constantly riddling the minds of CFOs. How can a company build a better and more efficient budgeting approach that will maintain accuracy, while improving agility?
7 Factors That Influence the Success of Rolling Forecasts
Remember the baseball great Yogi Berra?  One of my favorite Yogi quotes is "It's hard making predictions - especially about the future."  This is especially true in today's market.
Static Budgets vs. Rolling Forecasts: Which Is Right for You?
Static budgets and rolling forecasts are two drastically different approaches to achieving a similar goal - predicting the future finances of a business.
10 Tips to Improve Rolling Forecasts
To thrive as a business, you need to be able to predict your future earnings and expenses, so you can make smarter business decisions.
What are the Benefits of Rolling Forecasts?
Financial budgeting is the process of allocating resources based on projected sales, headcount, capital and operating expenses, in order to achieve financial objectives.