Webinar: How to make the right choice for your new FP&A tool?

Thinking of improving your Finance Department processes and performance? While it all starts with finding the right talent, up-to-date FP&A tooling is also crucial.

Numlix event: How to make the right choice for your new FP&A tool?

But how to pick the right tooling? It’s for sure not that obvious. That’s why our Financial Anlysists and Modelbuilders gathered all their Financial Planning & Analysis knowledge and presented it at our online event on Tuesday, the 3rd of May.

What is the webinar about?
  • Where to start with the FP&A tool selection process
  • The different FP&A tools out there
  • The ins and outs of Anaplan
  • The implementation of FP&A tool(s)
Could not make it to the webinar?

We have got your back! You can rewatch the whole session from your couch and learn tips & tricks on how to succeed in selecting the most suitable FP&A tool. ;-)

…and maybe we will see each other again at one of our next webinars or seminars? Don’t forget to keep an eye out on our blogpage for more information!

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