How to successfully implement rolling forecasts
Today’s turbulent economic conditions are a constant challenge, for businesses, this means that the accuracy of annual budgets and forecasts can decrease as the year progresses. With increasing frequency, finance leaders are adopting rolling forecasts as a more insightful methodology than annual budgets.
The decision to introduce rolling forecasts in an organization does not occur in a vacuum. For an implementation to be successful and sustainable, FP&A teams need to educate their colleagues and build a business case for internal buy-in. In this webinar, Chris Stevenson of Anaplan discusses the merits of rolling forecasts and how to make a strong case for implementation within—and beyond—your finance team.
Save your spot to hear why leading organizations choose a rolling forecast approach, and how implementation can help finance teams better adapt to changing market conditions. Attendees will learn:
- Key differences between traditional annual budgets and rolling forecasts
- Significant technological developments that can support the implementation of rolling forecasts
- How to ensure that your rolling forecast approach can balance efficiency, timeliness, and accuracy.