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A company increasingly depends on its finance team to collaborate with other business units around key drivers and operational metrics that have the greatest influence on the company’s business performance. To fulfill this aim, finance organizations are applying the principles of integrated business planning (IBP) to incorporate expertise in supply chain management, sales, and marketing, among other areas, throughout their companies. The opportunity is to transform planning from a static to a dynamic process that helps the company steer business performance more effectively.
However, many finance teams lack the tools and disciplines to implement IBP effectively.
During this webinar, we will reveal:
- Why linking financial and operational planning is emerging as a top priority for organizations
- How companies leverage IBP to align financial and operational goals
- The challenges that finance leaders most often face in sustaining a collaborative planning process—and how to overcome these challenges
- The latest best practices that are enabling finance teams to take the lead in translating IBP from concept to reality
In his role as Finance Channel Editorial Director with Argyle Executive Forum, Joe Fleischer focuses on developing virtual events on topics that reflect the primary concerns and priorities of senior finance executives. He is based in New York.
Tony is the Global Head of Finance Solutions with Anaplan. He has a passion for helping clients drive business performance through the strategic application of corporate performance management software. He has more than 20 years of experience with enterprise solutions within the Global 2000 in operations and finance.
Miles Buntin is a Director with The Hackett Group’s Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Transformation Practice. Throughout his more than 20 years of progressive experience in industry and consulting, he has successfully led a variety of finance process assessments and EPM technology implementations.
Bryan Lapidus focuses on aligning corporate capital, company goals, and customer experience through the office of the CFO. He has more than 20 years of experience in financial planning and analysis, treasury, and risk management. In addition to serving as associate director for the CFO Advisory Practice with Allegiance Advisory Group, he is also a contributing writer and editor for the Association for Financial Professionals.
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