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What do Gartner, Forrester, and IDC have in common? They all named Anaplan a planning leader.
Drive breakthrough business performance by connecting strategic, financial, and operational plans.
Learn why Anaplan was placed highest in 'Ability to Execute'
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Break free of the rigid 12-month planning cycle. With Anaplan, draw on real-time internal and external data to more accurately analyze performance, forecast multiple scenarios, and make better decisions, faster.
Create profitability and pricing models, automate cost management practices, and implement unlimited finance use cases with seamless connection.
Link strategy to execution and accelerate response time by connecting financial and operational plans, such as capital expenditure and facility plans.
Anaplan empowers financial analysts to adjust scenarios quickly to include changing business conditions, without relying on IT. Anaplan’s flexible modeling capabilities automate, structure, and connect a range of financial and operational use cases to steer business performance more effectively.
With Anaplan, anticipate performance gaps with greater agility. Analyze root causes by drilling down into dimensionally rich financial and operational data. Assess the impact of alternative courses of actions quickly. Enable more effective and collaborative decision-making and execution.
With Anaplan, finance teams eliminate rigid tools and reporting silos, bringing value-added analysis, better management decisions, and collaboration throughout their business. Adopting a Connected Planning approach aligns corporate objectives with financial plans linked to market events and operational tactics. The result is transformation that accelerates business advantage.
Shift from reactive to proactive decision-making. Confidently anticipate the right moves to optimize revenue, cost, and profit. Use Anaplan modeling scenarios to inform financial and operational action.
Increasingly, value isn't driven by knowing how things work. It's driven by knowing how things work togetherJack McGarry, Group CFO, Unum