Richard Chaplin – Adaptive Biotechnologies
Host Analytics | Aug 03 2016
Richard Chaplin, Senior Finance Director from Adaptive Biotechnologies discusses how Host Analytics helped them get out of an Excel based environment into a dynamic financial reporting ecosystem. The key benefits they realized as a company was the time, efficiency and the improvement of life in the finance department. The team went from being spreadsheet builders to providing insight and data that assisted with important business decision making.
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