Anaplan Blog

How to use IFRS 16 compliance to your advantage

The clock is ticking on the way leases are accounted for, and virtually every company that rents or leases assets will be affected. Starting January 1, 2019, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) will implement new standards, ASC 842 and IFRS 16, respectively, that will impact your company’s… read more →

People of Anaplan: Meet Bhavik Vashi

Back in early 2014—in only his second month at Anaplan—Bhavik Vashi was a bit shocked to find himself in the company boardroom, presenting planning models to the company’s C-level executives. “In that moment, I realized that I made the right decision to join this company,” he said. “And I promised myself that I would always… read more →

Who drives software purchasing—IT or business?

Jason Ambrose, Anaplan’s Vice President of Strategic Business Transformation, shares his insights into how enterprises buy software today. He and his team advise Anaplan customers on the journey to adopt connected planning across their enterprises.Who’s in the driver’s seat when it comes to software selection and purchasing in enterprises?Not long ago, I would have said… read more →

Streamlining success within banking: how connected planning boosts sales teams

“Know your customer” has long been the mantra of sales people across the globe, and it has never been more important. As Anaplan’s Chief Revenue Officer, I know how important it is to understand customer intentions. Accurate sales forecasts, cross-departmental communication, and credible data all are crucial for knowing what customers think, want, and need.With… read more →

A connected planning approach to financial services regulations

The financial services industry must comply with some of the most complex regulations in the world. By one count, banks must track an average of 200 regulatory revisions globally per day. The complexity resides in the nature of the regulatory requirements, their promulgation across jurisdictions, and the constantly changing framework they create.In the context of… read more →