In less than a month, over 1,500 Anaplanners will gather together in San Francisco to exchange ideas and explore new innovations for numbers-driven companies. The annual Hub conference brings together some of the world’s greatest minds in business planning, and it wouldn’t be possible without the support of generous sponsors.
This year, Deloitte is the Platinum sponsor of Hub. Leaders from Deloitte will present industry insights at three thought-provoking Hub16 sessions, including:
Deloitte perspective: Next-generation integrated business planning
How can planning help businesses become more agile and innovative? What business processes can benefit from an integrated, real-time approach? In this informative session led by Bart Hughes, Director at Deloitte Consulting LLP, attendees will gain perspective from Deloitte planning process specialists across Finance, Sales, HR, and Supply Chain on how next-generation integrated business planning can benefit the business and the steps you can take to get there.
Dairy Farmers of America: How Finance is laying the foundation for an integrated business planning platform
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) has extremely complex and siloed operational and financial planning processes that are highly impacted by over 40 commodity markets. This has a significant impact on forecast accuracy and profitability. Ed Majors, Principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, will explore how DFA is leading with the Finance function to implement a flexible Anaplan foundation that will unify the demand, S&OP, and financial planning processes.
Deployment Best Practices: Going Beyond Configuration
In this session Simmi Mehta, Senior Manager, Sales Force Effectiveness at Deloitte Consulting LLP, will share how to help ensure your Anaplan-based tools are well-adopted within the organization, including tips and tricks learned from implementing Anaplan at over 30 customers. Learn leading practices on building and continuing to utilize your business case, creating a governance model, building buy-in for refined processes, how to approach training and communications, and developing a post-go-live operating model.
Save your seat for these sessions and more. Register now for a full conference pass to learn from over 70 of the brightest minds in enterprise planning or claim a free General Session pass.