Would you like to move beyond tactical financial planning to long range target setting? Can you quickly perform what-if scenario modeling? Are you still doing financial modeling and impact analysis in spreadsheets?
Advanced financial models reveal the impacts of strategic decisions on an organization’s bottom line, balance sheet, cash flow, and shareholder value. However, these models cannot be easily developed or maintained in conventional enterprise planning solutions and spreadsheets.
Watch a replay of our webinar featuring the Strategic Modeling product, embedded in Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (EPBCS), a feature rich financial forecasting and modeling solution that provides a complete integrated and closed loop solution to set targets, perform impact analysis, and present focused financial information.
Move from spreadsheets and inefficient modeling of your business performance to modeling with integrity and transparency to minimize risk and create efficiencies that address ever-changing market conditions.
Scott Costello, our speaker, provides a demonstration of the Strategic Modeling product, including how to:
• Perform on-the-fly “what-if” impact analysis based on dynamic decision variables
• Arrive at targets that can then be used within other enterprise performance management processes
• Model cash flow implications of debt
• Analyze trail feature to visualize model logic
• Create freestyle professional quality reports
Scott also shows how the Strategic Modeling product integrates strategic planning, treasury and financial modeling activities and how it can be easily deployed and implemented with minimal IT support.
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