Author: Frederic Laluyaux
This article is the third of a 6-part series that addresses common growing pains and challenges that startups encounter, and offers advice on how to bypass these hurdles while keeping your team and customers top of mind. A few weeks
This article is the second of a 6-part series that addresses common growing pains and challenges that startups encounter, and offers advice on how to bypass these hurdles while keeping your team and customers top of mind. There’s a lot
This past April, I met with Cedric Ingrand, the host of the French TV show Plein Écran, which airs on LCI, a leading news channel in France. After introducing Anaplan’s technology and discussing the company’s global expansion, I extended an
Take a quick scroll through our blog and you can’t help but notice some of the reasons why our customers are dedicated Anaplanners. Indeed, their positive experiences and the interesting ways in which they are using our products to solve business issues are the reasons why here at Anaplan we are getting ready to host our Hub Europe in London in October!
Anaplan Hub 2013 – Fred Laluyaux
Highlights from the Keynote: To see you all here is both humbling, reassuring, and very engaging for us. So I thank you again for attending our first event. We have more than 400 who registered to attend, and I don’t know how many of you are in the room but it’s a big number. As Simon, said this conference is really about you who share our vision and our passion for a new breed of enterprise software that’s immediate, that’s powerful, that’s connected, and that’s fundamentally engaging.
Why is Excel still the de-facto modeling tool for pretty much every business user? Just a couple of days ago, one of the most forward thinking practitioners I know told me that his finance analysts demand that any enterprise system they purchase have a “link-to-Excel escape hatch” so they can actually get their work done. What does this tell us about the billions of dollars that have been poured into enterprise software and services over the last three decades?